ANSI Timeline for Worker Safety: 100 Years of Safety Standards

ANSI Timeline for Worker Safety: 100 Years of Safety Standards

ANSI just surpassed 100 years since its inception. Before the name change, ANSI (American National Standards Institute) was the American Engineering Standards Committee (AESC). However, it wasn’t until 1919 that AESC approved its first standard on pipe threads....
When a One-Size-Fits-All Cubicle Emergency Shower Doesn’t Fit Your Needs

When a One-Size-Fits-All Cubicle Emergency Shower Doesn’t Fit Your Needs

You’ve heard the saying, “One-size-fits-all,” in many different situations; however, what if it doesn’t work for your worker’s safety shower needs? Is there a safety shower that fits the bill for your unusual circumstances? YES! Discover what the ATS team did to help...
Wood Versus Steel: Differences between Safety Shower Construction

Wood Versus Steel: Differences between Safety Shower Construction

When seconds count, police are minutes away. When a chemical accident occurs, safety showers are seconds away; however, just how reliable are they? Wood or fiberglass constructed showers don’t last nearly as long as strong steel. Your workers deserve the best in...

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INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS INNOVATE An industrial site in California needed safety showers. The problem was that the showers would need to ride up to the location in an elevator, go through a narrow doorway, and be installed in a room with eight-foot ceilings. The...