Healthcare safety products, service and training

Levitt-Safety supports the healthcare industry by providing equipment, services and training to address common safety concerns in healthcare settings. We also safeguard facilities with fire, safety and environmental solutions.

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Medical and people solutions

We’ve partnered with leading manufacturers like 3M and Honeywell to provide innovative, cost-effective equipment.

Infection control

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Patient care for chemical burns

Respiratory protection

Chemical spill

See all of our facility safety solutions.

Indoor air quality (IAQ) and noise

See all of our industrial hygiene offerings.

Hazardous gas monitoring


Facility safety solutions

Our dedicated calibration and repair team will work to ensure that your monitoring equipment is ready when it’s needed. Additional services like respirator fit testing, audits on hazardous material storage, emergency showers/eyewashes and gloves can help identify areas of improvement within your facilities. We can provide training on all products and services we support including respirator fit testing, indoor air quality and environmental monitoring equipment and fire extinguisher use.

Fire protection

See all our fire protection services.

Maintenance, repair and inspection services

Calibration services

  • Hazardous gas systems
  • Emergency lighting/first aid/emergency shower/eyewash
  • Gas detection

See all calibration services.

Rental services

  • Respiratory fit testing
  • Respirable sampling
  • Particle monitoring
  • Ventilation and indoor air quality
  • Noise mapping
  • Noise dosimetry
  • Temporary fire alarm systems

See prices for rental services.

Other safety solutions

Safety training and consulting services

Common hazards in the healthcare industry:

Healthcare workers face many hazards on the job including exposure to hazardous chemicals and drugs, and physical violence.

Employers must evaluate the potential an employee has for exposure to these hazards. Employers must ensure they’ve put an effective control plan in place.

Nurses confront potential hazards like exposure to infectious diseases and toxic substances, back injuries, radiation exposure and work-related stress. Porters may be exposed to cleaners and disinfectants, infectious diseases, heavy lifting and sharp objects. Maintenance workers may confront electrical, working at heights, asbestos, solvent and confined space hazards.

Healthcare hazards can generally be divided into four primary categories:

Hazardous agents

This can include biological agents, chemical agents, disinfectants and sterilants, antibiotics, waste anesthetic gases and hazardous waste.

These agents can be found almost anywhere within healthcare facilities. Examples include the operating room, physical plant, laundry, food services, labs, radiology and office areas.

Ergonomic hazards

This can include lifting, repetitive motion, standing or sitting for long periods of time and eye strain. Overexertion (including lifting) is the number one cause of injury and illness for health services.

Physical hazards

This can include exposures to toxic, reactive, corrosive or flammable compressed gases and chemicals, extreme temperatures that may cause burns or heat stress, mechanical hazards that may cause cuts, punctures or abrasions, electrical hazards, radiation, noise, dust, violence and slips and falls.

Psychological hazards

These are related to discrimination, technological changes, malfunctioning equipment, tight work schedules, downsizing, overwork, understaffing, paperwork, increased facility size and bureaucracy, violence, dependent and demanding patients and patient deaths.

All of these factors contribute to stress, fatigue, anger and frustration.

Workers are most likely to encounter severe stress in intensive care units, burn units, emergency rooms and operating rooms.

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