OSHA’s Safe + Sound Week

This nationwide event is taking place Aug. 13-19, 2018.  Led by OSHA, Safe + Sound Week is meant to raise awareness and understanding of the value of safety and health programs that include management leadership, worker participation, and a systematic approach to finding and fixing hazards in workplaces. What are you doing to make your […]

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How Safe Are Drinking Fountains in NYC?

Clean water has been a topic of both national and local concern in recent years. Flint, Mich., famously made headlines in 2014 for its dangerous, lead-tainted water supply — a major threat to children’s brains and nervous systems, as well as adults’ reproductive systems. People disparage drinking fountains all the time, but they provide a needed service […]

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New Specification Tools Now Available!

Visit our new Spec Tools Resource Page on Hawsco.com that houses Haws’ new 3 part specs from MasterSpec for Drinking Fountains and Emergency Equipment, as well as access to Revit files on BimObject.com and CadDetails.com. Visit our MasterSpec® page. Visit our CADdetails® page. Visit our BIMobject® page.

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Irrigate eyes like medical pros

[First seen in ISHN Magazine June 2018] Introduce the flushing fluid at the inner corner of the eye An injury can change life in an instant. According to the National Safety Council, occupational injuries occur every seven seconds in the United States. Luckily, through the years, stringent regulation and a growing concern for the health […]

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FREE ANSI WEBINAR- JUNE 7th

YOUR SIMPLIFIED GUIDE TO ANSI Z358.1 Attend and receive a Certificate of Attendance to submit for education credits. Did you know that more than 20,000 workplace eye injuries occur each year? Did you know that at least 90% of those injuries were preventable with the use of proper PPE and Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment? […]

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Safety Equipment on College Campuses

By: Joanne Benz, Haws Injuries caused during a chemical spill back in 2016 at Sacramento State College set off an alarm with officials at the California State Auditor’s office.  The California State University Chancellor’s Office claimed that it does not consider itself as an oversight entity responsible for health and safety, but instead provides guidance, […]

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