JSP’s Press To Check™ Filters - supreme compatibility with faceshields and visors
Sunday 28th February 2016
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End users are now therefore able to achieve a truly compatible half-mask solution with their faceshields whilst also receiving the award-winning functionality benefits of the Press To Checkâ¢ face fit check system. The unique hinging system on JSP's Press To Checkâ¢ filters enables the wearer to quickly determine whether a correct face-fit has been achieved every single time they put on their half-mask before entering a hazard area, without disturbing the fit to the face, so providing daily face-fit reassurance. This is one of the features that led to the product winning the BSIF Product Innovation of the Year Award in 2014.
The Force 8â¢ half-mask fitted with Press To Checkâ¢ filters has enabled many end users to upgrade their respiratory protection programmes away from paper-style disposable masks where impractical, intrusive, claustrophobic and inefficient annual qualitative fit tests are required to be carried out with a bag on the head and taste spray fired into the bag to detect leakage. Press To Check'sâ¢ built-in fit checking is both simple and convenient. The added compatibility with faceshields and welding visors makes Press To Checkâ¢ the most beneficial system on the market.
The company has been trying to find a safe and simple method to remove unwanted material from both product and employee’s clothing for years, but have consistently experienced issues with compressed air solutions.
Swiss One was established in 2000 by Jean-Pierre Passaquay who has over 30 years' experience in the industry and whom many of you know very well as "J-P". The company has gained an excellent reputation for the design, manufacture and supply of safety eyewear to industry, construction, healthcare, emergency and military sectors. The brand is synonymous with the highest standards of design and precision engineering associated with Switzerland.
Employees at Coombes, who work on arboricultural projects for organisations including the Forestry Commission and Crown Estates, are often required to undertake work at height and use potentially dangerous machinery. To better meet their duty of care to their employees and accurately monitor their safety whilst they work, Coombes have launched BS8484 accredited lone worker safety solution StaySafe.
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Natural Insulation (formerly Black Mountain Insulation) did not conduct an adequate assessment for processing hemp and failed to adequately guard machinery. The investigation was carried out following concerns raised anonymously.