ISEA Applauds Biden Supply Chain Initiative

PPE Industry Supports Accelerated Goods Movement for PPE and Other COVID Response Supplies The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) applauds President Biden’s October 13 announcement that the Port of Los Angeles will join the Port of Long Beach in expanding its operations to a 24/7 schedule. The President also said major retailers and shippers would … Read More

Supply Chain Stakeholders Urge White House Task Force To Prioritize Medical Supplies Throughout Transportation System

Health Industry Distributors Association, Advanced Medical Technology Association, and International Safety Equipment Association send letter to Secretaries of Commerce, Transportation, and Agriculture HIDA, AdvaMed, and ISEA are urging the White House Supply Chain Disruption Task Force to discuss solutions to transportation delays hampering the supply chain’s COVID-19 response. “It is critical that a process to … Read More

Public Review Period Opens on Popular Workplace First Aid Kit Standard

Consensus Participation Opportunity Available ISEA is now accepting public review comments in response to its proposed revision to ISEA Z308.1, Minimum Requirements for Workplace First Aid Kits.  First published in 1978, the proposed update builds upon the initial objective to standardize first aid kits to ensure that items needed to treat the most common types of … Read More

ISEA Premieres ‘Protecting Workers, Protecting Lives,’ a Docuseries about PPE

Nine-episode series features leading PPE suppliers and their mission to protect workers and lives Washington, D.C.– May 27, 2021— The leading safety equipment trade organization is premiering an engaging docuseries on the personal protective equipment (PPE) industry and the impact on protecting workers and lives. Protecting Workers, Protecting Lives puts a spotlight on the many … Read More

New Online Tool Demonstrates Safety Equipment Industry’s Nationwide Impact

International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) Reveals Workers Protected, Jobs Created, Tax Revenue Generated by America’s $71.6 Billion Safety Equipment Industry (Arlington, VA – May 13, 2021) The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) is launching an informative and user-friendly online tool May 13, 2021, offering an in-depth, state-by-state look into the number of workers protected by … Read More

PPE Industry Applauds Biden Administration’s Swift Action to Address Pandemic Preparedness

The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) and the safety equipment industry is encouraged by the Biden Administration’s swift action to address pandemic preparedness and personal protection in Executive Orders signed on the President’s first day in office.  “We commend Biden’s immediate action to create a federal Coordinator of COVID-19 Response and Counselor to the President to organize the … Read More

Cloth Face Coverings Serve as Source Control, May Protect Wearer

According to this article from Healthcarebusinesstoday.com, since early 2020, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has called on Americans to wear cloth face masks to slow the spread of COVID-19. Since then, research has continued to affirm that masks are a critical tool in the fight against the virus, helping to prevent people who have … Read More

‘Beyond the Mask’ Video Spotlights Safety Equipment Industry’s COVID-19 Response

ISEA’s five-minute video shows how PPE industry stepped up to the pandemic’s unprecedented challenges As the COVID-19 pandemic exploded around the globe, the industry that makes medical-grade personal protective equipment (PPE) rapidly ramped up production of N95 respirators and a range of other vital gear in response to surging demand from healthcare workers and other … Read More

2020 US Election: Down to the Final Six

Dan GlucksmanISEA Director of Government Affairs Six states to go! At this point, it’s unclear how President Trump’s legal challenges would be structured, but they are expected. Once again, the Key Stone State is the keystone of the election. Update on the Senate The Senate was looking similar to what it looked like before the … Read More