|3M Science of Safety|
officials and employers have a duty to provide the correct safety equipment
and training. Maintaining consistency in this area can prove difficult,
hindering the health and safety process.|
3M are proud to announce the availability of all of our previous webinars on-demand, completely free. Get all of the latest facts, practical tips and more from 3M’s industry leading expert speakers. Each webinar will last 45 minutes with a further 15 minutes for Q&A.
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This webinar will look at how personal fall protection has developed to address the changing needs of industry and what developments may be introduced in the future.
Find out the What, the Why and the How of fit validation and its role in selecting suitable respiratory, hearing and eye protection.
Welding - understanding the hazards and provision of personal protective equipment most likely to be used
Learn about welding hazards, how to control exposure and the latest safety solutions available for welders that meet industry demands.
Learn about the self-contained and emergency escape breathing apparatuses that are essential PPE in planning for and managing industrial incidents.
In this webinar we’ll take you through the essentials for safely managing work within a confined space and explore the PPE available to ensure the safety of workers who work in confined spaces.
Hear about the key issues that need to be considered in order to provide suitable personal protective equipment (PPE) for today’s diverse workforce.
Find out what your legal obligations are regarding respiratory protection and get answers to common respiratory protection programme questions.
This webinar brought to you in conjunction with the Confederation of British Metalforming discusses the hazards commonly present in metalforming, and how to choose the right PPE to keep metalworkers safe.
Understand the background, changes and requirements of the new PPE Regulation and outline the specific implications for Hearing Protection products.
The HSE estimate that in the UK construction sector Respirable Crystalline Silica is responsible for 500 deaths a year. As active members of the Construction Dust Partnership here at 3M we are dedicated to reducing this figure. Join us as we discuss the threat of construction dust and what you can be doing to protect your workers. The key areas of discussion in this webinar brought to you by the Construction Dust Partnership will include:
With 3M now one of the world’s largest gas detection manufacturers, find out about our new proven range and learn how to select the right product for the right scenario.
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