uvex celebrates 30 years of safety


uvex celebrates 30 years of safety

uvex safety Australia is celebrating its 30th anniversary through a competition to win a piece of Olympic history.

The company is giving people the chance to win some iconic equipment from uvex’s ‘Look for a Winner — It’s time to shine’ campaign at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics earlier this year.

It is a one-off chance to own the same gold ultra-lightweight and aerodynamic uvex ski helmet and uvex contest goggles (worth $2000) worn by world-class athletes at the event.

uvex also has 30 pairs of uvex pheos cx2 safety spectacles to give away — one for each of the 30 years that uvex has been protecting Australians in the workplace.

For the chance to be one of 30 winners, entrants can simply visit http://www.uvexsafety.com.au/30years and share the name of their favourite up-and-coming female or male Australian sports star.

The family-owned German company launched uvex safety Australia in 1988 and has grown to employ 50 people in five offices across the country and one located in New Zealand.

“We combine our strengths into three core brand values: leadership, quality and enthusiasm. We establish trends instead of following them,” said Andreas Dammann, Director RBU Asia, South Pacific and Managing Director, uvex safety Australia.

The company will soon launch the latest in its smart personal protective equipment (PPE) range, with the CBR65 and CBR75 specs. The revolutionary tint protects eyes from harm while delivering relaxed, focused vision with sharp contrast and harmful blue light reduction, all in one lens.

New wearable digital technologies are equipped to interact and communicate with the wearer according to their situation. The technology means increased safety, protection and comfort to the wearer on the most vulnerable parts of their body.

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