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  • What you should know: Face Shields, Masks, and Coronavirus
    What you should know: Face Shields, Masks, and Coronavirus

    Shields could be the answer for some professionals who require more protection from Coronavirus. Face Shields are a growing part of hospital protocol, and some infectious disease professionals are calling for greater adoption outside medical settings. How do Face Shields protect from Coronavirus? Unlike face masks that protect the nose and mouth, shields may also […]?

  • Shop Towels That Wow: Sontara Multi-purpose Wipes
    Shop Towels That Wow: Sontara Multi-purpose Wipes

    Featuring: Dupont Sontara Multi-Purpose 12” X 13” Shop Towel Wipes – MP1213WT  High-Performing, Ultra-Clean Cellulose / Polyester Wipers Shop Towels That Wow Finally a shop towel that traps and removes thick gooey liquids, greases, and dirt! Ink, oil, paint, resin, and syrup don’t stand a chance. These wipes are also great for scrubbing away build-up […]?

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    Preparing Supplies for Pandemics

    Pandemics and wide-ranging outbreaks claim millions of lives, economic meltdowns, affect public health, and disrupt societies. It is not enough to wait for the pandemic to start spreading before taking precautions against large scale outbreaks.  It would help if you got prepared by creating a foundation against the spread. Effective preparedness of pandemic supplies and […]?

  • Are you safe from ESD?
    Are You Safe from ESD?

    Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is an abrupt electrical flow between two electrically charged objects caused by contact between the objects. Lightning exemplifies the concept of ESD. On a smaller scale, the human body is able to carry a charge and cause ESD when touching another charged object. What is ESD Safe? ESD Safe matting, apparel, gloves, […]?

  • Effective COVID-19 Testing with Puritan Swabs
    Effective COVID-19 Testing Swabs by Puritan

    How to Collect a Nasopharyngeal Swab Specimen When conducting diagnostic swab testing for COVID-19, CDC recommends nasopharyngeal swabbing. Regardless if the patient is symptomatic, specimens should be collected as soon as possible with testing swabs once PUIs are identified. If you’ve conducted flu tests, swabbing for COVID-19 testing is the same process. Puritan’s 7 Steps […]?

  • Are you wearing enough hearing protection? When one layer isn't enough.
    Are you Wearing Enough Hearing Protection?

    To comply with OSHA occupational noise exposure standards, companies are required to limit the amount of noise any one worker is exposed to on the job. For most applications, a single layer of hearing protection will be sufficient. However, double hearing protection may be necessary under certain conditions. When is Double Hearing Protection Required? The […]?

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