27 Sep 2017

It’s here!

Many safety professionals wait anxiously for OSHA to release their annual top ten cited standards. If you are a seasoned safety focused person, I bet you can guess the #1 most cited standard…. You got it! – Fall Protection, 1926.501. It seems every year fall hazards top the charts. The complete list was released to a crowd at the 2017 National Safety Council Expo in Indianapolis, IN.

For the full list of most cited standards, check out OH&S Magazine’s OSHA Unveils FY2017 Top Most-Cited Standards article.

What should you do?

Contact Quest Safety to talk with a trained sales professional about best practices, new products, and resources to reduce citations and prevent your next fall. There have been advancements in the industry by 3M Capital Fall Protection and Honeywell Miller Fall Protection. We want to connect you with the right product for the application.



09 May 2016

Do these facts catch your attention?

When a worker is 2% dehydrated, they’re 20% less productive.

Dehydration results in over 500,000 hospitalizations yearly.

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24 Mar 2016

In June of 2015, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) approved an update to the ANSI/ISEA Z308.1 Standard: Minimum Requirements for Workplace First Aid Kits and Supplies. The standard is set to go into effect June 2016.

OSHA’s medical service and first aid regulation, 29 CFR 1910.151(b) states:

In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid. adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available.

The new ANSI Z308.1-2015 update now includes two classes of first aid kits, based on the contents and quantity of first aid supplies included in those kits. Class A kits are designed for the most common workplace injuries. Class B kits have a wider range of supplies to deal with more complex injuries or high-risk environments. The 2015 update also designates first aid kits by Type (I, II, III, or IV). The Type is determined by the work environment where the kit will be used.  Download our ANSI Z308.1-2015 Fast Facts sheet for more information on the update as well as a comparison between the -1998 and -2015 edition of the standard.


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ANSI Z308.1-2015 Fast Facts (PDF)

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Contact us now for more information on the new standard and the SmartCompliance™ system!

18 Mar 2016

By now I’m sure you have already read our post “New Standards for Cut Protection” with a reference to OH&S Magazine’s article. We thought we would arm you with more information to better explain the newly revised standards and keep you protected. Download a fast facts sheet from our partners at Protective Industrial Products below.

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Download PIP Fast Facts Sheet (450kb PDF)

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What does ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 Cover?

15 Mar 2016

Quest’s animal handling glove off­ers a high level of protection yet allows for humane handling of animals. Like most of our products, we worked closely with our customers to understand their needs and developed this glove to provide a solution not available on the market. Heavy duty leathers, Kevlar®, and extended cuff­ offers handlers the comfort and confidence to perform tasks and the humane handling of animals.


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13 Jan 2016

Winter weather is unpredictable and dangerous. Keep motorists and pedestrians informed of icy conditions with these innovative signs from Accuform Manufacturing. Temperature indicator signs are a great addition to Accuform’s IceAlert™.


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11 Jan 2016

It’s been a long time coming! Cut protection has been exploding as a topic of interest in the safety industry for many years now. Despite the advancements in cut protective gloves there is still confusion about what standard to use or the necessary cut protection needed for the application.

According to the National Safety Council, a single hand laceration can cost over $12,000 in direct and related costs, if a tendon is severed, the cost can approach $70,000.

Proposed changes have been submitted to bring together the U.S. standard ANSI/ISEA 105 and the European standard EN 388.  Read more of this OH&S Magazine “New Global Standards for Protective Gloves are Coming” by Jill A Conley…

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05 Jan 2016

A new year is a time for reflection and we want to thank all of our customers in 2015.  We take sincere pride in being your trusted partner for safety supplies and more.  We understand the importance of being able to send each and every employee home safely to their families at the end of the day.

Quest is ready to bring on 2016! New Year… New Website.  Our new website was built with front and backend improvements. We will continue to add more useful content from the safety industry, products, and best practices. Because our focus is on you, the customer, we want to hear what you would like see.  Feel free to call your Quest representative to help us design features to make you safer, informed, and efficient.

Happy New Year from All of Us at Quest Safety Products