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Safety Articles

Magid Glove & Safety offers a variety of articles designed to increase our customers' awareness of safety issues that may affect their operations. These articles are available by clicking the PDF icon or in some cases, the article name. Use the contents list below to quickly find an area you are interested in. To learn more about PDFs, click here.

1000 GENERAL

3000 CLOTHING

5000 HEAD/FACE PROTECTION

7000 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION

9000 FACILITY/MAINTENANCE

11000 TRAINING (PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT)

13000 GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS

2000 HAND PROTECTION/GLOVES

4000 EYE PROTECTION

6000 HEARING PROTECTION

8000 EMERGENCY RESPONSE/MEDICAL

10000 ERGONOMICS

12000 MAGID PROGRAMS

 

1000 GENERAL
1111 How to Protect Workers from Pandemic Influenza 1200 A Penny Saved is 20 cents Earned
1201 PPE Standardization - How to Limit Costs without Compromising Safety      
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2000 HAND PROTECTION/GLOVES
2100 Handy Solutions Help Sticky Situation 2101 Lacerations - Everyone is at Risk
2102 Terrycloth Gloves Reduce laceration Risk 2103 Doubling Up on Safety
2104 Latex Allergy Defined
2105 Prevent a Latex Allergic Reaction
2500 Your Questions Answered: Which glove material is recommended for potential cut and laceration hazards? 2501 Your Questions Answered: Which type of rubber glove should I use when handling blood borne pathogens?
2502 How to select a coated glove for chemical applications? 2503 Your Question Answered: Is there a specification or industry standard for the color of various glove coatings?
2504 Your Questions Answered: Which is more critical when selecting a coated glove, degradation or permeation? 2505 Your Questions Answered: Which provides better insulation from cold, gloves or mittens?
2506 Your Questions Answered: How to Select a Welding Glove 2507 Your Questions Answered: Is there a standard that requires the use of double protection?
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3000 CLOTHING
3100 Disposable Clothing: Dressing for the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Jobs 3150 Any additional economies for making the change to disposable garments?
3151 Your Questions Answered: What type of disposable clothing provides the best protection? 3200 Magid's Spark Guard Greens Save You Some "Green"
3201 Power of Protective Clothing: Dressing for Safety Success 3202 Making a Case to Gear Up for Welding
3203 Can Limited-Use Garments Be Reused and/or Decontaminated? 3204 No Standard? No Problem. (Protective Performance Thrives In the Vacuum.)
3205 NexGen™ Asbestos and Lead Dust Applications 3206 Antistatic Properties of Proshield 1, Proshield 2 and Nexgen
3207 Protective Clothing: The Hazards of Selection 3208 Nexgen and Isocyanate Based Paints
3209 Aprons, Sleeves, Pants, Spats, Gloves Protecting Welders 3210 Under Fire...and Playing it Safe
3300 Shoes for Crews are Great News 3301   Toe, Foot and Leg Guards
3302 Got Slips?      
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4000 EYE PROTECTION
4100 Through Rose-Colored Glasses 4101 Seeing Eye Safety in a New Light: Prevention, Protection and Immediate Reaction
4102 Eye Emergencies 4103 Encouraging Eye Protection in the Workplace
4500 Employee wearing prescription glasses claims that his doctor says they double as industrial safety glasses. What is the best way to determine if his claim is correct? 4501 What are the standards regarding first aid when there is a potential for chemical contact with the eyes?
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5000 HEAD/FACE PROTECTION
5100 Selecting the Proper Faceshield 5101 Where There is Smoke There's Spatter - Safety on the Welding Line
5102 Power of Color in Compliance 5103 Head and Face Protection - That's Using Your Noggin!
5104 Hard Hats Need TLC      
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6000 HEARING PROTECTION
6100 NRR & SNR Defined 6101 Beyond Providing Protective Equipment: How to Step Up Safety Through Comprehensive Training Programs
6102 Say What? 6500   What type of hearing protection is available for workers in environments where the noise level exceeds 105 decibels?
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7000 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION
7100 Respiratory Training - A Matter of Life and Breath 7102 Most Commonly Asked Questions About 42 CFR
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8000 EMERGENCY RESPONSE/MEDICAL
8100 Emergency Medicine! First Aid in the Workplace 8101 Basic Supplies
8200 Sorbents: No Need to Cry Over Spilled Oil, Wastewater, Acid, Freon...Anything! 8300   Liquid Replacement
8301 Heat Stroke 8302 The Importance of Replacing Lost Fluids
8303 Drink in the Heat 8304 How to Recognize and Treat Heat Exhaustion vs. Heat Stroke
8305 It's Summertime and the Living is Easy 8350 Preventing Hypothermia Stay Dry, Stay Alive
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9000 FACILITY MAINTENANCE
9100 Floor Matting Helps Relieve Fatigue 9200   Getting Tough With Non-Aggressive Spills
9300 Avoiding a Fall 9301 Fall Protection Programs Spring Into Action
9400 Colorful Lockout-Tagout System Sets High Standards 9401 Lockout-Tagout Tips
9500 Safety in Confined Spaces 9550 What are the three most widely used types of gas detection or monitoring devices, and how are they used?
9600 Flashlights - Not All Should Be Used in Hazardous Locations 9601 What Makes A Flashlight a "Safety" Flashlight?
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10000 ERGONOMICS

10100

Ergonomic Glossary of Term

10101

Developing an Ergonomic Program

10102

Back Facts

10103

Eye Discomfort from Video Display Terminals

10104

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

10105

Selecting the Proper Foot Rest

10106

Selecting the Proper Wrist Support

10107

Selecting the Proper Back Support

10108

Ambitious Ergonomics Program Takes Aim at Worker's Compensation Costs

10109

When Man Meets Machine: How Ergonomic Solutions Create Safe and Happy Partnerships

10110

Ergonomic Solutions Shine at a Winery

10111

Ergonomic Solutions Help Curb Rising Worker's Comp Costs

10112

Back to Basics

10113

What is Ergonomics?

10114

A Stretch in Time: The Safety Benefits of Proactive Ergonomics Programs

10500

 

Viscolas and Sorbothane for protection against impact and vibration, which one is better?

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11000 TRAINING (PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT)

11100

Training and Safety: The Critical Fusion

11101

Crib Sheet for the Tool Crib

11500 How does OSHA's new Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Standard affect users of general-purpose work gloves? 11501 In our plant we have several permit-required confined spaces that are only entered once every several years. Is it necessary to do rescue training every year for those spaces?

11502

What is the most cost-effective way to distribute Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to plant employees in a large facility?

11503

What is your recommendation for an effective way in which to stay current with new PPE products in the marketplace?

11504

How much time is appropriate to allocate toward safety training?

 

 

 

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12000 MAGID PROGRAMS

12100

Hygieneering Services

12101

Maintaining Safety Standards Despite Downsizing

12102

Safety in Numbers - The Economy of the Single-Source Solution

12103

Magid to the Rescue with S.O.S.

12104

From the Front Lines: Successful Safety Programs and What Makes Them Tick

12105

Consignment Offers Convenience

12500 How can Magid demonstrate on-going cost improvement after being awarded our business? 12501 What are the key benefits to an in-plant safety storeroom?

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13000 GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS

13100

OSHA's new Ergonomic Standard Focuses on Continuous Improvement

13101

Listen Up! OSHA'S Requirements for Hearing Protection are Loud and Clear

13102

Free Help From OSHA - Here's How

13103

OSHA News and Notes

13104

Air Sampling - Helping Workers Breathe Easier

13105

A Look at OSHA's Far-reaching Bloodborne Pathogens Regulations

13106

Will showing a general lockout video satisfy the training requirement under OSHA?

13107

What changes were made to the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard 29 CFR 1910.1030?

13108

New OSHA Rule Gives Industry First Aid Regulations a Makeover

     

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Product Articles:

Respirators First Aid
 Pandemic Preparation Kit  First Aid Kits & Accessories
   Pandemic Preparation Kit
   Guidance on Preparing Workplace for an Influenza Pandemic
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Head & Face Protection Ergonomics
 Fibre-Metal Roughneck Series Hard Caps  
 3M Head & Face Respirators  
 3M Speedglas Filters and Helmets  
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Hearing Protection Fall Protection
 E2 Earplugs  
 E2 Breast Cancer Earplugs  
 Moldex Pura-fit Earplugs  
 Moldex Goin Green Earplugs  
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Eye Protection Emergency Response
 Gemstone Safety Glasses  Gatorade/Sqwincher 2009 Promotion
   The Science of Hydration
   Heat & Humidity Guide
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   Hydration Urine Chart
Gloves  Hot Tips to Handle Heat Stress
 CutMaster XKS Gloves  
 D-ROC Gloves  
 K-ROC Gloves  
 Ansell Cut Resistant Gloves  
 Ansell Precision Gloves  
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Clothing  
 A.R.C. Flash Kit  
 CarbonX Clothing  
 Hi-Viz Safety Vests  
 Winter Clothing  
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