1. Gas Detection Devices
No matter what industry you work in, a gas leak in the home or office is a serious problem. However, one might not notice a gas leak if you were working outside or happen to work in that field. But gas leaks are dangerous for a number of reasons. Carbon monoxide exposure over a long period of time can make one lose consciousness and can be fatal if exposure lasts too long. In addition, a gas leak means that flammable gas is in the surrounding areas, even a small spark, can cause fires or an explosion. Construction companies as well as oil and gas companies could definitely benefit from having gas detection devices in their tool boxes. Small enough to fit into a back pockets, these devices can help save lives and property when employed.
If the kind of work your company performs brings you to areas that have questionable air safety, investing in respirators for employees is a recommended suggestion. There are different kinds of respiratory devices to be used for an industrial safety supply. Different kinds of respirators include: disposable paper or cardboard masks, air purification masks, supplied air, and PAPR (powered air purifying respirators) so you have plenty of selection in order to procure the right system for your employees. If your employees work in high-traffic areas where they have to breathe in car exhaust, in areas with high dust or irritants in the air or if they have to venture into areas with low amounts of oxygen like underwater, underground or at high elevations consider respirators.
3. Cable and Hose Protectors
When working in industrial settings, there are a lot of variables to keep track of like vehicles, employees, tools, equipment and materials. Cable and hose protectors are created to help protect the features of your equipment or building that are crucial. Cables connect electrical items like tools and other industrial safety features. Hoses are used to move liquids, air and other materials safely to other locations. If these cable and hoses are left exposed to the elements, industrial vehicles or commuter traffic, you could be losing time finishing your project, money on your materials not to mention putting your employees at risk for injury.
4. Safety Uniforms
No matter what the field, if you are working in dangerous areas with traffic, debris or industrial vehicles, all employees should be wearing highly visual safety uniforms like neon vests, hard hats, gloves, close-toed rubber soled shoes, earplugs and eyes glasses. Too often we pass by construction sites and see employees without some of these tools and they are putting themselves at risk of injury or worse.
5. LifeLine Harnesses
Employees that have to work in the heights are always in danger if the right safety tools are being used. Construction employees in particular are most commonly working on top of homes, buildings and other structures contributing to the statistic that falls are one of the main reasons why construction workers are injured. Strong safety harnesses that are well maintained can help alleviate this problem. They are available in both horizontal and vertical so no matter where the job takes your employees, they can stay protected.
At Brahman Systems, we are committed to providing the safest and most innovative technologies to all consumers that need tough industrial protection. If you would like to find out how affordable cable and hose protectors from Brahman Systems can be for you, you can fill out our Request a Quote Form for free in our Contact Section or call our offices at 225-637-3700 to speak to a representative.