Part # CSMK615025
Part # JDSJD6610
Part # NHD32510OE
LED Safety Wand - Use for directing traffic. Made of super durable nylon glass with LEDs, Designed with a two mode switch: On/Off, Extremely impact resistant, Water and grease proof, Ultra slim design for easy pocket storage, Batteries can last up to 300 hours. Uses 2 "C" size batteries.
Part # ORRFB200
Split Leather Palm with Denim Cuff, 2'' Safety Cuff. Used for construction, material handling and general maintenance.
Part # ORRTC3646
ORR Reflective Collar Traffic Cone, Orange, PVC, 36"
Part # SPLSPKOTRK
Be prepared for fast response with a SpillTech® Oil-Only Spill Kit! Quick Response is Key. Spills happen no matter how hard you try to avoid them. Forklifts knock over drums, tanks are punctured and transporters leak and drip. It is important to have the right sorbents on-hand when these spills occur to eliminate the slip-and-fall hazard. A quick response is the first order of business — and your best weapon — in the fight against spills. SpillTech® Spill Kits are packed with quality SpillTech® Products to help you clean up fast and comply with regulations.
Kit Contains: (20) 15” x 19” White HeavyWeight Oil-Only Defender™ Pads, (3) 3” x 4’ White Oil-Only Sorbent Socks, (1 PR) One Size Nitrile Gloves, (1) One Size Safety Goggles, (2) 18” x 30” Yellow Temporary Disposal Bags & Ties, (1) 3” x 5” Vinyl Spill Kit Label, (1) 7” x 15” x 18” Clear Vinyl Zippered Bag
Includes a variety of sorbents to handle smaller spills of oil and other petroleum-based fluids that truckers encounter on a regular basis — while repelling water
Self-contained, compact Kit stores sorbent products for easy access as needed for spill control which saves time when quick response is necessary
Small size allows it to easily fit behind the seat of a truck
Pre-packed in a handy bag
Dimensions: 7" D x 15" L x 18" H
Absorbency: Up to 8.3 gal. per package
Weight: 6.35 lbs.
The transportation industry keeps American running. Whether it’s moving freight or people, transportation is essential. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, in 2018 the U.S. transportation system moved a daily average of about 51 million tons of freight valued at more than $51.8 billion. In the same year, transportation’s total estimated contribution to U.S. GDP was $1,240.8 billion.1
The freight industry has many components, encompassing companies large and small. In all there were nearly 214,000 transportation and warehousing establishments (excluding rail) in 2012, with more than one-half of those primarily engaged in trucking.1
Trucks carry all types of goods, ranging from high-value commodities, such as mixed freight to bulk commodities, like gravel, grains and gasoline. Mixed freight includes grocery and convenience store goods, office supplies, and hardware and plumbing items. Commercial airlines allow millions of Americans every year to travel for work, visit friends and family, take vacations and more. Air transportation also represents the fastest way to ship most types of cargo over long distances.
Transportation industry employees consist of more than the people driving the trucks or piloting the aircrafts. In the trucking industry there are people loading and unloading the trucks, conducting engine maintenance and those working in distribution and/or warehouse operations. The air transport industry has a vast and varied ground crew. Some work directly with the aircraft, cleaning it inside and out between flights, making sure the ramps, runways and surrounding areas do not have debris present that could cause damage to the plane. Ground staff also includes technicians and maintenance workers who are responsible for ensuring the plane is in good working order before takeoff, as well as ground traffic controllers.
The transportation industry is vital to the American economy and ORR Safety is dedicated to supporting the industry by keeping your employees safe. The experts at ORR Safety will partner with you to find the right PPE for your employees and their jobs.
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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 607 fatalities and 30,480 injuries/illness in the trucking industry, and 27 fatalities in the air transportation industry with 15,310 injuries/illness. But even one injury is too many.
We can help you manage your safety program, control costs and standardize equipment. Contact a safety expert at ORR today to learn about: