ISEA "Safety at Heights" Campaign to Prevent Falls and Falling Objects
Safety at Heights is a workplace initiative to prevent falls and dropped objects in cooperation with partner organizations and ISEA member companies.
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The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) is helping employers reduce the risk of fatalities and injuries from falls and dropped objects in industrial, construction and other occupational settings by launching its 2019 Safety at Heights campaign. The campaign — which kicks off during Construction Safety Week and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s sixth annual National Safety Stand-Down, … Read More
ISEA, an ANSI-accredited standard developing organization, is seeking consensus body reviewers for two standards initiatives: ISEA 101, Limited-Use and Disposable Coveralls – Size and Labeling Requirements: ISEA intends to reaffirm the existing 2014 edition, which establishes minimum size requirements, as well as garment and package labeling requirements, for limited-use and disposable coveralls. This standard includes a … Read More
MAE-requalified cylinders puts firefighters at risk and violates NFPA, OSHA and NIOSH compliance. The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) is warning firefighters not to use so-called “MAE-requalified” breathing cylinders. Studies show they can leak breathing air. They void manufacturer warranties. They don’t comply with standards from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and National Institute … Read More
ISEA Announces the Promotion of Cristine Fargo to Vice President of Operations and Technical Services
The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA), the leading association for safety equipment and accredited ANSI standards developing organization, announced that Cristine Fargo has been promoted to Vice President of Operations and Technical Services, effective April 1, 2019. “We are proud to announce Cristine’s promotion to Vice President of Operations and Technical Services,” said Charles Johnson, President of ISEA. … Read More