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3M Industrial, Safety, and Fall Protection Products

Together with 3M, Vallen has been keeping workers safe in Canada for over 40 years. We have the right product mix to service your unique needs - from workers in metal fabrication to oil and gas - we work with 3M to deliver the right products across verticals while servicing Canadians coast to coast. 

Learn the New CSA Standards for Fall Protection

Wondering about the new CSA standards for Personal Energy Absorber lanyards? On Thursday, April 30th, we'll be holding a webinar in conjunction with 3M on the standards changes for Personal Energy Absorber lanyards per CSA Standard Z259.11-17. 

This comprehensive webinar will cover information on:

  • Personal Energy Absorbers with respect to previous classifications, worker mass ranges, deceleration, and more
  • Lanyards and the new “y” classification
  • Design requirement changes to classes A, B, C and D, and labeling
  • CSA changes in testing, marketing, and planning previous classifications of Personal Energy Absorber lanyards

The webinar will be hosted by Don Medeiros,  a Senior Safety Applications Professional based at 3M's Fall Protection Plant in Mississauga who brings with him 17 years of practical experience in the field of occupational health and safety. 

Product Categories
Product Education
Compact hearing protection for improved situational awareness
3M™ PELTOR™ Electronic Earplug helps protect against harmful noise, while allowing ambient sounds to be heard at a level below 82dB. It increases your ability to communicate with nearby colleagues, as well as hear warning signals, approaching vehicles, or sounds in machines and processes.
Can welders grow facial hair?
How long can your facial hair be? The short answer is that it depends. We tackle the long answer

Welders, rejoice! If you’re worried about whether or not you’d be able to grow a glorious beard to perfectly complement your moustache, you may be in luck.

Beyond the cultivating and harvesting
Helping to keep you safe during cannabis growing, harvesting and processing operations

With the legalization of cannabis growing, harvesting and processing operations by the Canadian government, licensed operators and workers in cannabis manufacturing operations will need to follow relevant health and safety laws to protect themselves from exposure hazards that could cause immediate and long-term health effects.