Metal Detectable Pens And Food Hygiene Practices

03/07/2017
by Safety Mart

Good practices of safety and hygiene, such as the use of Metal Detectable Pens, are essential in food preparation to prevent any illnesses. Not only does this apply to the food industry, but also to the domestic setting.

In the food industry, staff and employers have legal obligations to protect customers from becoming ill through consuming their products. Similarly, in the domestic setting, food safety is still something that needs to be highly considered to prevent illnesses through the consumption of food!

The Ultimate Guide To Hard Hats

02/03/2017
by Safety Mart

A hard hat is a protective helmet which is expected to be worn on the head of all factory, carpenter, scaffolding, and building workers. All workers within these industries are required to wear a hard hat solely for their protection and safety whilst at work. In fact, hard hats are required to be worn wherever there is the potential for injury to the head from any falling objects.


Hard hats are also designed to reduce electrical shock, and are required to be worn when working near exposed electrical conductors. These special hats are particularly very useful in workplace environments such as industrial or construction sites. Above all, Bullard hard hats are a leading top brand of hard hats which many workers rely on for protection and safety each day!


Here we have provided you with the ultimate guide to purchasing and maintaining your hard hat!

Why It Is Important To Wear The Right Ear Protection That Fits

11/28/2016
by Safety Mart

If you've ever worked in the construction industry, then you know how important safety is. You of all people should be aware that these types of environments contain lots of heavy machinery, meaning that you should always be aware of your surroundings. But how much thought have you given to safety when it comes to your hearing? Do you wear ear protection? And if you do, does that hearing protection fit you properly?

How you can protect your health for the future

11/18/2016
by Safety Mart

People’s job roles involve different job functions and responsibilities all over the United States and abroad today. The type of environment that people work in can help to determine the safety measures that must be adhered to in order for them to remain healthy, safe and secure. In fact, a large number of people are currently working in environments like construction and the food industry, both of which require specific regulations that govern how food is handled, and how construction work should be performed. This way, everyone that is involved can be kept safe from any potential harm.

Here are some valuable tips and recommendations that can help you to protect your health for the future.

The top 12 health and safety risks in the construction industry

11/14/2016
by Safety Mart

The accident fatality rate in the construction industry is remarkably higher than people would usually think. In fact, it has doubled since the last two years according to the OSHA, otherwise known as the Occupational Safety Hazard Administration. However, this does not include unreported minor injuries by contractors or construction companies. Naturally, these minor accidents aren’t accounted for in this statistic, but this doesn’t mean that safety isn’t an issue and shouldn’t be a priority in the construction industry.

Health and safety risks; contractors who violate

In the 2016 OSHA penalty data log, a company that violates workplace safety laws will be legally publicized on the OSHA website and have its initial dates, penalties, and documented violations shown with detailed information. From $10k and up, legal penalties for violating laws and policies by contractors or employers are subjects for public viewing. This can be detrimental for any construction contractor because of their name being 'plastered' onto an online site. So, it's for the best to follow OSHA laws, not to forget the core reason to protect your fellow employees from making their workplace safe to work at. Safety is ultimately first when it comes to the working in the construction industry.

How To Reduce Contamination Risks In The Workplace

11/10/2016
by Safety Mart

Every working environment comes with it’s own hazards and risks. Some environment are at a higher risk than others. For example, those who work in the construction industry are prone to the contamination of chemicals; nothing that purchasing respiratory protection can’t resolve. Construction sites and food industry settings are usually covered by a range of different laws, guidelines and regulations, that people must adhere as a way of keeping everyone on the grounds safe and free from any injuries, illnesses or diseases. Therefore, it is very critical that employees who work in these types of workplaces are up-to-date with the latest information provided by the governing agencies. They look out for the overall health of the employees and management that work in these facilities.

That being said, here’s some invaluable information that focuses on what a person should look for when they are working in the construction industry or dealing with responsibilities and duties in the food industry.

OSHA 2016 Top Workplace Violations: Prevention Tips

10/27/2016
by Safety Mart

According to the United States’ Occupational Health Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), fall protection is the most frequently cited safety violation in the workplace for 2016.

At the 2016 National Safety Council & Expo held in Anaheim, CA in mid-October, Patrick Kapust, the deputy director of OSHA’s directorate of enforcement programs, discussed the top 10 list of workplace safety violations for 2016.

Buyer's Guide to Safety Glasses and Face Shields

10/20/2016
by Safety Mart

This resource will give an overview of eye safety and protection in the workplace. It will cover everything, from the range of colors, to the types of lenses.

You can protect yourself by using safety glasses that meet the ANSI standards.

ANSI / ISEA Z87.2015. The American National Standard for Occupational and Educational Personal Eye and Face Protective Devices, updated their standard eye and face protection regulations. This regulation first came into play in 1968. Since this year, the standards have been reviewed and revised five times. The 2010 revision increase safety requirements for working with hazard based structures. The revision in 2015 adds to protect people against product performance and was able to meet global standards dealing with hazard based structures.

The ANSI/ ISEA 2015 revision breaks the hazards down into categories. This includes heat, chemical, dust, and optical radiation. Each hazard has its own specific evaluation process, and there are specific protection equipment that should be used for each hazard. Protections are divided into minimum impact or high impact. A manufacture must add the type of lenses they have put into the product such as ultraviolet filter, welding, visible light fillers, or even infrared fillers. They must also include what the lens is going to protect a person against, including dust, splashes, and the type of lens that is being used, as well as where they were made.

Buyer's Guide to Respiratory Protection

10/13/2016
by Safety Mart

Shops filled with dust, cramped spaces, and other unhealthy working environments are all things that industrial workers should expect to find as part of a day’s work. Unfortunately, the contaminants which industrial workers are often exposed to, such as dangerous dusts, gases, fogs, fumes, sprays, vapors, and smokes, can all make the act of breathing incredibly dangerous. To help ensure a safe working environment, as well as prevent illness and contamination, proper respiratory equipment is an absolute necessity. In fact, employers are required to provide appropriate respiratory protection for any employee who could potentially be exposed to these harmful contaminants.

The Use Of Metal Detectable Pens

10/06/2016
by Safety Mart

Because of the never ending improvements of technology throughout the years, we are now provided with a large range of advanced technologies which can help us with many aspects in life. In particular, these newly advanced technologies can go as far as having a dramatic affect on the ways in which businesses are running their operations. In fact, there are always changes on the horizon that can completely restructure how a company works its business. Even the smallest new inventions can make a significant difference in the operation of companies all over the U.S. and abroad.

One of the most recently discussed inventions in the health and safety industry is the metal detectable pen, which was created purely for the purpose of food processing and similar applications. These pens can also be found using metal detectors found within pharmacies and food chains. While some people may not understand the actual purpose of this metal detectable object, others are normally very pleased with the outcome of using them in their jobs on a day to day basis. Just so you know, the primary purpose of these metal detectable pens are of course to maintain a high standard of health and safety in the food industry. Because at the end of the day, consumers aren’t going to be particularly very happy if they happen to find a pen in their food.

With this being said, here’s some interesting information about these metal detectable pens and how they can be used for numerous purposes.

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