Part # ORRFD810L
Part # ORRSURVC2YWLXL
This high visibility garment is designed to increase conspicuity during the day, as well as at night when illuminated by lights.
Part # ORRAAXP710PGCLA
XP710 visually correct lenses provide 99.9% protection from harmful UVA and UVB rays.The lenses meet and exceed the ANSI Z87.1-2015 high impact standards, CSA Z94.3-2015, Measurements: Base curve: 8. Width: 128 mm.
Part # SGCTSG4595CBL
Part # OSCDRNS14
Comfortable and light weight, with ANSI A2 cut protection. For moderate cut and abrasion hazards that extend beyond the hands, look to the MSATP sleeve. Worldwide’s exclusive ATA technology means we can deliver a 1-ply, light weight sleeve that provides ANSI level A2 cut resistance. The elastic band at the wrist helps the sleeve stay comfortably in place all day long. The combination of good abrasion resistance, the dirt-hiding color, and outstanding laundering ability means the MSATP provides a long wear life, making it a great value in full arm cut protection. This sleeve is available in any length, with or without thumbholes. Made in the USA.
The automotive manufacturing industry employs over 1.7 million workers responsible for designing, engineering, manufacturing, and supplying the parts necessary to assemble the motor vehicles we see on the road today. As the country’s largest manufacturing sector, auto production represents 13 automakers operating 44 assembly plants across the U.S.
In the world of auto manufacturing, quality control is the name of the game. Before a vehicle can make it off the assembly line, it has to go through a series of rigorous tests to ensure it meets a certain level of durability and safety. In the same way, the proper quality control measures can spot serious problems in a product before they occur on the road; a well-engineered safety program can prevent injuries in the workplace. Even though it is impossible to plan for all workplace incidents, you can take steps to protect your employees from them.
Hazards that go unaddressed can lead to safety incidents, missed production targets, or in severe cases, vehicle recalls. According to the U.S. Department of Labor and Statistics, 15,930 injuries were reported in the automotive manufacturing industry in 2018, with 33 being fatal. Of these injuries, over 6,000 were due to ergonomic injuries such as sprains, strains, and fractures, while “contact with object or equipment” accounted for more than 4,000 injuries. Workplace injuries not only result in time away from work and prolonged medical treatment, but the most serious cases can be fatal.
We can help you manage your safety program, control costs and standardize equipment. Contact a safety expert at ORR today to learn about: