Honeywell Provides Answers for Your PPE Questions
Regarding Disaster Recovery
Natural disasters, such as hurricanes, forest fires and floods, can be devastating. While any work environment can pose potential safety hazards, even veteran workers facing the extraordinary experience of a disaster cleanup effort may encounter new and different risks.
Honeywell is there to help you and your local responders/disaster agency workers with personal protective equipment (PPE). Honeywell helps emergency response teams, volunteer organizations and government agencies increase safety during assessment and remediation efforts – because they may come into contact with oil, solvents, and other hazardous chemicals.
Disaster Cleanup Helpful Information
As hurricane, forest fire, mud slides and flood waters recede, they leave behind a mess and a potential health hazard – Mold. Prolonged exposure to mold and the chemicals used in cleanup can result in allergies, asthma, or lung damage. Our whitepaper on Mold Remediation includes NIOSH and OSHA PPE recommendations and a mold remediation Q&A.
Although a catastrophic event may have passed, and the affected area approved for re-entry, the zone itself likely remains a disaster area, and workers and the public are at times unaware of some of the potential hazards they may face during cleanup. Selecting the Right Gear for Head-to-Toe Safety for Disaster Cleanup Workers whitepaper outlines the potential disaster cleanup hazards workers may face and the recommended PPE to protect them during cleanup efforts.
Disaster Cleanup Honeywell Customer Support Contacts
- Honeywell Analytics: USA: 847-955-8200
- Honeywell First Responder Products: 800-688-6148
- Honeywell Miller Fall Protection: 973-267-1379
- Honeywell: RAE Systems: 888-723-4800
- Honeywell Respiratory Protection: USA: 800-821-7236
- Honeywell Safety Products: 800-430-5490
- Honeywell UVEX: USA: 800-430-5490 | 800-430-4110 | Canada: 888-212-7233
- Salisbury Electrical Safety by Honeywell: 877-406-4501
- Mold Remediation whitepaper
- Selecting the Right Gear for Head-to-Toe Safety for Disaster Cleanup Workers whitepaper