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Keeping Water Treatment Workers Safe

Onondaga Lake near Syracuse in central New York is sacred to the Onondaga Nation and traditionally regarded as the birthplace of the Haudenosaunee, also known as the Iroquois Confederacy.

The Lake has suffered extensive damage over the years from sewage and chemical pollution generated by the local population. Serious action and investment undertaken at County, State and Federal level, along with the Onondaga Nation, has lead to excellent progress on cleaning up the lake.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires water treatment plants to provide life rings at regular intervals around the facility. Onondaga County officials contacted Glasdon and purchased more than 100 of our Guardian™ Life Ring Cabinets to kit out their state-of-the-art plant.

Guardian Life Ring Cabinets represent more than forty years' research and development by Glasdon into the protection and deployment of life saving equipment. Countless unique features set the Guardian apart from lesser solutions, from the Ropemaster™ quick release system to security seals and usage indicators. Large pictorial instructions are displayed inside the cabinet to make sure anyone who needs to use a life ring can do so quickly and properly.

If you'd like to know more about Guardian life ring cabinet, call us today on 1-855-USGLASDON (874-5273), email or use the Live Chat feature on this website.

Keeping Water Treatment Workers Safe
Wednesday, June 18, 2014

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