18 Aug 16

Hi-Vis Bomber Jacket

St. Paul, Minn. (August 18, 2016) – Ergodyne has announced today two additions to its GloWear® Hi-Vis Apparel Line. The new thermal jackets are made with comfortable fabrics and ANSI-compliant materials to keep workers safe, visible, and WARM – day or night – during the coming cold months. Read More

16 Aug 16

Five Ways to Fight Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome

Anti-Vibration Gloves

When you man a jackhammer to bring home the bacon, lasting exposure to vibrating tools and equipment can result in a serious condition with a lasting impact. Read More

10 Aug 16

Skullerz Baldr Safety Glasses

St. Paul, Minn. (August 10, 2016) – Ergodyne has announced today the latest addition to its Skullerz® Safety Glasses Series with the new model Baldr. Full frame safety glasses boasting triple compliance, Skullerz® Baldr meets the requirements of ANSI Z87.1+, CSA Z94.3, and MIL-PRF 32432 Ballistic Impact protection to provide maximum coverage and compliance in style. Read More

9 Aug 16

How to Activate Chill-Its® Cooling Work Gear

How to Activate Chill-its Cooling Gear

Much like the wind-up chattering teeth that entertained millions of kids since 1949, our Chill-Its® Cooling Products won’t work unless you know how to activate them. Read More

3 Aug 16

Tool Tethering Kits

St. Paul, Minn. (August 3, 2016) – Ergodyne has announced today a new addition to its Squids® Lanyards Line. Now, workers can choose a Tool Tethering Kit to take with them for work at heights and know they’ve got exactly what they need. Read More

2 Aug 16

Why Portable Shade Matters

Portable Shade

The iconic Willie Nelson song “On the Road Again” may have been about his life as a traveling musician, but it also describes the working conditions of many who make their hay on the highways and byways, construction sites, farms, towers, rigs … (you get the picture!) Fact is, workers who don’t spend their days penned in a cubicle need a place to take shelter when the scorching sun starts to feel like they’re working under a heat gun.

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27 Jul 16

What You Should Know About Testing to a Safety Factor

Men Working at Height

At Ergodyne, all trapping and tethering solutions are “third-party certified to a 2:1 safety factor.” That’s pretty critical … but you won’t know just how important without first understanding what it actually means. Read More

19 Jul 16

65 Roses a Smash Hit in 2016

65 Roses Golf Tournament

There wasn’t a case of the Mondays to be found yesterday at Legends Golf Club in Prior Lake, Minn.

Despite a threatening forecast in the days leading up to the 19th Annual 65 Roses Golf Classic: A Tenacious Tournament, 132 golfers enjoyed a sunny, warm 84-degree day with just a few clouds dotting the royal blue sky. Read More

12 Jul 16

Six Tips for Safely Working at Heights

Objects at Heights Tips

When working at heights, tethering tools and equipment should never be an afterthought. We all know the old “penny dropped from the top of the Empire State Building” math. Add a few more pounds and a spike, and you’ve got an incredibly dangerous situation on your hands. Even something as benign as a bolt (or a penny) can become deadly with enough vertical velocity. Read More

5 Jul 16

Three Ways Safety Managers Can Help Their Crews When the Heat is On

Evaporative Cooling

To all the foremen, pack leaders, and decision-makers out there: if you work in an area subject to the whims of the changing seasons, spring and summer are undoubtedly your busiest seasons. Contractors roll in to the jobsite while trucks roll out. It’s a beautiful thing.
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