Environmental health and safety (EHS) is a broad category that encompasses many work and residential areas. Depending on where you work or live you may be susceptible to a variety of environmental hazards including battery acid, chemicals and gas. Knowing how to detect dangerous levels of gas or chemicals, what to do in the event a leak occurs and how to perform emergency first response aid to clean up hazardous spills can save lives.
In addition, lockout/tagout (LOTO) procedures are necessary to keep workers safe from a variety of hazardous situations involving dangerous machines during malfunction or routine maintenance. Browse out selection of EHS equipment below.