Part # VP5U1232111101
Built to raise the bar on worker safety, flexibility, and ease of use, the Ventis™ Pro Series offers unique four-gas and expanded five-gas sensor options. A panic button and man-down alarm alert users of emergency situations, alarm action messages provide clear safety instructions, and real-time user and site assignments track instruments and hazards. Backed by the industry's only Guaranteed for Life™ warranty, the Ventis Pro Series offers the smallest and most configurable multi-gas monitors on the market.
Part # ORRAAXP710PGCLF
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 # ORRAAXP525BKCLF
Kit Includes:Optrel voltcasp hard Arc Flash Helmet, 55 cal/cm2
The origins of paper stretch as far back as the first century AD. Today, there are over 565 manufacturing facilities in the U.S., making the pulp and paper industry one of the world’s largest and oldest industries.
It’s through the power of water, pulp, and control technology that paper mills produce a single sheet of paper, which in turn, can be used for a variety of different functions. While this may sound simple, the papermaking process is very complex and often dangerous.
When working in a paper mill or plant, you understand the dangers of the job and the need for the proper equipment to keep your people safe. Whether you are a safety coordinator in the powerhouse, maintenance department, or the kraft mill you know it’s important to provide your workers with the proper PPE for the job.
ORR Safety has been outfitting the pulp and paper industry with PPE for decades. We even worked hand in hand with leaders in the industry to create the state-of-the-art XP Max line designed specifically for the unique challenges of your industry. When you partner with ORR’s safety experts you can trust that we understand the challenges you face and always have your best interests at heart. Contact an ORR safety expert today to procure the proper PPE for your team.
Having and properly using the correct PPE is a critical aspect of your safety program. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics, in 2018 there were 10 fatalities and 2,840 injuries/illness in the paper manufacturing industry. Regulations like OSHA 29 CFR 1910, ASTM F739-12 for Permeation of Liquids and Gases and NFPA 2112-Standard on FR Garments, equipment improvements, and the proper use of PPE have resulted in the decline of these numbers over the years. But even one injury is too many. The safety experts at ORR can help you navigate these regulations to ensure your workers get home safely.
In order to create a safe and effective work environment, employees must be able to identify the occupational hazards that lurk around every corner.
We can help you manage your safety program, control costs and standardize equipment. Contact a safety expert at ORR today to learn about: