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The Importance of Respirators on the JobsiteRespirators are important for keeping both workers safe on the job and for general safety. Respirators are necessary on jobsites where dangerous particles or chemicals are present. Here are a few of the harmful particles that a respirator helps keep out of your body: SILICA DUST, CHALK DUST, LATEX, ASBESTOS, LEAD, PESTICIDES, SAWDUST, MOLD, TOXIC CHEMICALS. Breathing in respiratory hazards can cause life threatening lung diseases such as COPD and Cancer. Safety Supplies Unlimited provides respirators and other PPE for construction workers. Get your workers protected from respiratory hazards and shop our selection of respirators.
The Importance of HighVis Clothing During WinterWorking outside at a jobsite can be tough due to cold and snowy winter conditions workers need to wear the right gear so they can stay safe and warm during the winter season.
Wearing high visibility winter gear allows workers to be seen and prevents accidentsSSU sells high-vis winter clothing to keep your workers safe
in the winter elements.SSU sells high-vis winter clothing to keep your workers safe in the winter elements.
Shop our selection of high-visibility winter clothing online or at one of our stores in NJ OR NY
Local Law 196 is Here What do my workers needAs of Dec 1st, proof of site safety training for workers and supervisors is mandatory. Employers must ensure that every jobsite is in compliance with LL196 to avoid penalties and fines. If the DOB discovers untrained workers on your construction sites, they will issue violations with civil penalties, as much as $5,000 per untrained worker. Employers should also ensure that workers are fully outfitted with the proper safety equipment. This equipment includes: eye, head, face, ear, fall and hearing protection. SSU has all the signage and PPE you construction site and workers need to comply with LL196.
TSCTA NJ Provides Local Law 196 TrainingWorkers on NYC jobsites need to have 30 hours of training by December 1st, 2019. This is to be compliant with Local Law 196 and receive a Limited SST Card.
Training requirements can be met through many ways. Such as taking the OSHA 30, provided by TSC Training Academy! TSCTA's NJ location provides training courses that meet the requirements of Local Law 196. We offer training courses
either on your jobsite or in our classrooms. We also carry safety training info signs for your site! It is required by the NYC DOB to have these signs to notify workers of required safety training! Learn more about TSCTA’s training info signs and enroll in a safety course today!
Fire Prevention Week Sale at SSUFire Prevention Week is October 6-12. This year's campaign is "not every hero wears a cape. Plan and practice your escape!" During a fire, you may only have one to two minutes to safely escape after the smoke alarm goes off. Take the time to meet at work or at home to develop a fire safety plan. Fire extinguishers are an important component of keeping people safe at work. At SSU, we sell portable fire extinguishers for businesses and construction sites. During fire prevention week, we are offering a %15 discount on fire extinguishers, stands and more.
September 20th is Concussion Awareness Day!Concussion Awareness Day is recognized each year by the Brain Injury Association of America! Concussions present themselves differently, so it’s important to know the symptoms! Common signs include nausea, fatigue, difficulty to speak, anxiety, and slower reaction times. Wearing the right PPE will help prevent a head injury on your site today! Safety Supplies Unlimited offers a wide variety of hard hats and headgear! The right equipment will make the difference between a fatal and non-fatal injury. Whether in store on online, you’ll find the equipment your team needs to stay safe!
SSU Safe and Sound WeekSafe and Sound Week is a nationwide event that is recognized by OSH. The goal is to encourage everyone to promote the value of a safer workplace. Preventing jobsite injuries starts with wearing the right equipment! Workers always need to wear the right equipment on the jobsite! SSU is your Turnkey provider of construction safety provider of construction safety equipment. Contact us today for equipment that keeps your team safe and sound.
Heatstroke Awareness on the SiteWorkers in the construction industry are at risk of heatstroke during the summer months. Heatstroke requires immediate medical attention, whether from an onsite medic or 911. The proper clothing, equipment, and hydration routine are essential to avoid heatstroke. SSU sells cooling protection products to help workers in the construction industry avoid heatstroke. Need a cooling pad for your hard hat? Visit one of our stores or look us up online to pick one up! SSU has the gear your need to keep your workers safe on the job! Purchase your cooling protection products today!
National Safety MonthJune’s National Safety Month raises awareness on safety in work, at home, and on the road SSU Aims to keep your workers safe with providing high quality and essential PPE! We carry top of the line brands, including DeWalt, AMMEX, and 3M. We also provide Pyramex and Radians! SSU provides the tri-state construction industry with industry leading brands at neighborhood prices. If your site is in need of safety supplies, visit the link in the next slide to shop our selection Mention this ad on your next order to receive 10% off your PPE!
National Womens Lung Health WeekMay 12th-18th is National Women's Lung Health Week! Join the Turquoise take over and protect your lungs!
There are substances in the air that are harmful for your lungs on active jobsites!
Crystalline Silica Dust is one of the harmful toxins found on jobsites that can damage your lungs!
SSU provides the silica dust complaint equipment to keep you safe while working on active jobsites!
Call or visit us online today and get your PPE
April is Womens Eye Health and Safety MonthIf you think eye protection may not be a crucial component of PPE in the workplace, THINK AGAIN. 70% of eye injuries resulted from flying or falling objects or sparks striking the eye. Nearly 3 out of 5 injured workers were not wearing eye protection at the time of the accident, or wearing the wrong kind of eye protection for the job. Don't let this happen to you! We carry every type of eye protection ti get the job done safely!
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