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New technologies are helping to make weld fume extraction smarter and, in turn, welders safer
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Key steps for navigating a robot system risk assessment
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Good welding fume extraction in the workplace benefits employee retention
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A lesson from a weld shop on getting organized and staying focused
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Kicking off 2023 with a renewed commitment to laser safety
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Four steps to avoid fire risks related to industrial dust collection systems
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Have you ever done something that could be referred to as “shooting from the hip?
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Choosing the right protective welding gear minimizes safety risks and maximizes productivity
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Using best practices with machine safety is crucial for shop employees
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Collecting weld fumes at the source with fume extraction guns
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Establishing safety protocols is crucial for any fab shop, especially one just starting out
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Taking the time to properly train employees is crucial to the bottom line
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When sized, set up and maintained properly, dust collection systems address a variety of safety concerns
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A precision sheet metal manufacturer uses its prototyping prowess to produce PPE for local healthcare providers
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New developments for capturing weld fumes at the source
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Making the case for greater investments in indoor air quality
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From the gun to the robot – safety is the key to success in automated welding environments
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At AWS, teams of volunteers are dedicated to compiling and disseminating resources aimed at keeping welders safe
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Capturing abrasive dust particles protects equipment and employees
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Can one dust collector handle welding and plasma and laser cutting?
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Combining equipment options for greater indoor air quality increases safety as well as quality
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Weld fume challenges in the construction industry as some fabrication moves indoors
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Identifying dust hazards in a facility is key, but following through on recommendations is critical
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Everything you need to know to reduce the risk of combustible dusts
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Although considered cleaner than MIG welding, resistance welding comes with its own indoor air quality challenges
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Learning what acronyms like KST, Pmax and MIE stand for, and more importantly, what they mean, is significant when combatting combustible dust
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How fabricators should prepare for OSHA’s new silica standards
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Bringing the right safety solution to the sawing table keeps operators safe and manufacturers productive
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Effective dust and fume collection requires precise system design – even for something as simple as the ductwork
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What every manufacturer should understand about indoor air quality
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Portable fume and dust collectors allow welders to take safety precautions with them – wherever the job may be
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Choosing smart air quality equipment is a smart investment for manufacturers
Male and Female Industrial Engineers in Hard Hats Discuss New Project while Using Tablet Computer. They're Making Calculated Engineering Decisions.They Work at the Heavy Industry Manufacturing Factory.
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To keep workers injury-free, software is available to help manage safety incidents and responses
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Manganese: What every welder needs to know
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Get a better, clearer, more colorful view with the right welding helmet
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Understanding the unique challenges faced by aerospace manufacturers when it comes to indoor air quality
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Bringing smart air quality control to laser cutting operation
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To best protect employees, it’s key to understand how machine manufacturers design with safety in mind
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Advances in fume guns means it might be time to take another look
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With help from OSHA and product manufacturers, employers can ensure workers are free from the dangers of loud, prolonged noises
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Reducing the risk of dust collector fires and explosions
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Protecting welders from the chronic illnesses related to fume exposure
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NFPA 68 Standard: Explosion venting requirements for dust collectors
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Determining whether tip extraction is right for your robotic weld fume collection needs
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Creating a safe and healthy work environment for employees begins with hearing protection from hazardous noise
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When fabricators understand the ins and outs of downdraft table dust collection systems, employee health and safety improve
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When it comes to welding helmets, passive and auto-darkening lenses both have pluses and minuses
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How to avoid oil mist mishaps
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OSHA regulations and ANSI standards help to debunk some of the myths behind installing protective equipment
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Ways to prevent and treat welding burns to the eyes and skin
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A Total Cost of Ownership analysis helps welding shops determine the best dust collection system
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Advanced safety and performance technology makes its way into the press brake retrofit market
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Controlling fume extraction costs for heavy equipment manufacturing
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Understanding PEL, STEL, TWA and other OSHA exposure limits
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A refresher on the EPA’s NESHAP Rule 6X keeps welders breathing easy
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Plasma and laser cutting fumes: high exposure, high risk
Staff Sgt. Nicholas Amsberry, an infantryman with Headquarters and Headquarters Company of the 1st Battalion, 17th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division, ground guides a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected all- terrain vehicle in the unit's tactical assembly area during Operation Buffalo Thunder II in the district of Shorabak, Afghanistan, June 28, 2012. Amsberry is a native of Mesa, Ariz.
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To achieve quality air conditions in military manufacturing, there are several considerations to keep in mind
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Manufacturers strive to prevent worker injuries related to long-term exposure to vibration caused by hand-held power tools
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Raising the standards for indoor air quality requires a closer look at fume extraction considerations
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Evaluating auto-darkening welding helmets
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Understanding weld fume arms and how to choose the right one for your workplace
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Providing high indoor air quality is a competitive advantage, not just an obligation
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Prevent injuries and improve productivity by following OSHA-recommended guidelines
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Sawing Productivity’s November 2016 special edition insert published in the issues of FAB Shop Magazine Direct and Welding Productivity.
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A docking station protects welding guns from damage and accidental triggering, serving as a solution for safety and increased productivity
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Being prepared for a scheduled or unscheduled OSHA on-site visit can save direct and indirect costs
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Rockford Systems educates robotic welding users on safety standards and designs safety solutions to meet those standards
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For shipbuilders, a new welding gun keeps welders from breathing hazardous fumes – even in the most confined enclosures
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Milwaukee Tool releases new heated outerwear, touts biggest redesign to date
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Before the temperature drops, welding shops need to plan ahead in terms of fume and dust collection
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By developing a focused, effective safety training program, manufacturers can reduce the total cost of worker injuries
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Faced with ever-changing floor plans, fume extraction has been a challenge for automotive manufacturers – until now
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How arc welders and the electromagnetic fields they produce affect employees with pacemakers and ICDs
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Considerations when choosing the right dust and fume collector
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Welding students learn the ropes regarding abrasives safety, eliminating accidents to zero in three years
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Computer modeling helps fabricators see the path to better air quality
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A brief history of manufacturing safety in the United States
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A computerized maintenance management system lets manufacturers use the cloud for protection on land
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Considerations to provide a good foundation for tooling safety
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Dedicated software streamlines the task of performing preventative maintenance on sophisticated welding equipment
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By calculating the nominal hazard zone, laser operators can better understand their equipment’s safe zone
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Manufacturer reduces maintenance time and improves productivity with centralized fume extraction systems.
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Lasers can cause severe injuries. An online training course can help alleviate the pain.
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A self-intensifying device safeguards hydraulic and pneumatic presses from dangerous crashes.
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Why it’s good to have an LSO monitoring your laser use and how to pick the best candidate 
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From cleaning and preparing to finishing, the new TIG Brush sets industry standards for stainless steel.
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Initiating a laser safety program starts with identifying the laser hazard classifications associated with certain equipment
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Performing a machine safety evaluation or risk assessment is an important step for any manufacturer to protect its people
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Fume guns do a great job of removing the fumes right at the source, but can be bulky and might not work well for every application.
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When cleaning the air of welding fumes, captured fumes must be exhausted either inside or out – with the chosen location dictating the overall approach to compliance.
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PPE for portable abrasive wheel applications.
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Avoiding hazards related to laser cutting equipment begins with understanding your new laser and continues with solid planning
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