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Quest Safety Knowledge Center

Safety Knowledge to Keep Workers Safe
Tools to Strengthen Your Safety Culture

Safety knowledge is the cornerstone for ensuring a safe work environment. You need the latest knowledge of safety regulations, best practices, and new technology to guarantee everyone makes it home at the end of the day. 

Our goal is to help companies protect their workers in any environment. In dangerous and hazardous environments knowledge is power. Our hope is that this safety knowledge center helps keep workers informed and safety cultures strong. 

Our sales representatives are also available to help you build solutions for each of your safety concerns. We understand the dangers your workers face and the safety products available to keep workers safe and productive. Let us know how we can help you and your workers stay safe while complying with regulations and standards. For additional information on safety topics, check out our partner Safeopedia.com.

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Additional Key Resources

Important: When consulting online resources always consider the year the information was released. 

Hearing Protection

Honeywell: Hearing Conservation at Work
Making Hearing Loss Prevention a Priority

  • Infographics on noise hazards from various industries
  • Educational tools
  • Videos
  • Care and maintenance instructions

Honeywell’s Guide to Developing an Effective Hearing Conservation Program

3M: Center for Hearing Conservation
Walk through the Seven Elements of Hearing Conservation and Develop a Plan

Measure        Control        Protect        Check
Train              Record        Evaluate      Resources

OSHA: Occupational Noise Exposure 

  • Standards
  • Health Effects
  • Exposure & Controls
  • Hearing Conservation Program

NIOSH: Noise and Hearing Loss Prevention

  • Reducing Noise Exposure
  • Preventing Hearing Loss
  • Facts and Statistics
  • Reports, Recommendations, and Resources

Respiratory Protection

3M: Center for Respiratory Protection (Link)
Step-by-Step tools to help achieve your respiratory safety goals

  1. Exposure Assessment
  2. Written Program
  3. Respirator Selection
  4. Medical Evaluation
  5. Fit Testing
  6. Training & Maintenance

3M Disposable Respirator Brochure (Download)

OSHA: Respiratory Protection (Link)

  • General Guidance
  • Training Videos
  • Standards
  • Enforcement
  • Additional Resources

OSHA’s Informational Booklet on Respiratory Protection (Link)

NIOSH: Respiratory Health Division (Link)

NIOSH: Health Hazard Evaluations (Link)

Eye and Face Protection

Material to come soon.

Head Protection

Material to come soon.

Foot Protection

Material to come soon.

Gas Detection, Air Monitoring, and Confined Space

Material to come soon.

Other Hazards

This material no longer represents OSHA Policy. It is presented here as historical content, for research and review purposes only. Only use these as starting points when creating material.

Silica eTools

Checklist for Employee Exposure Monitoring

It’s Not Just Dust! (4/15)

Silica Manager for the Construction Industry

Construction Workers Should Know: Silica – It’s More than Dust