Researchers from the University of Wollongong are pooling resources and expertise to develop face shields for our healthcare workers at the COVID-19 frontlines.
The GAMMA range of helmets by welding equipment manufacturer Kemppi offers welders lightweight protection for the eyes, face and respiratory system.
Push Key is a harness designed for MSA V-Gard industrial helmets, to enhance user retention and comfort by enabling the helmet to be adjusted when worn.
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In order for industrial safety helmets to provide ongoing protection for wearers, the correct care of the helmet is essential.
The AWS welding helmet selector tool matches user needs to the company's range of welding helmets and only displays the masks that match the wearer's specific requirements.
Decontamination of personal protection equipment after the job is vital.
The Roobuck Intrinsically Safe LED helmet beacon is designed to highlight the wearer's presence, making them clearly visible and safe at all times.
A helmet that facilitates augmented reality in the workplace will be demonstrated by the CSC at the Gartner Symposium.
The Ergodyne coiled hard hat lanyard is designed to prevent hazards caused by items dropped from height.
The Vital ID Worker Safety Identification (WSID) range is used to store vital information about a worker on the worker's hard hat or jacket for quick access in an emergency situation.
The Speedglas auto-darkening welding helmet series 9100XXi from 3M is designed for professional welders who require comfort, protection and performance.
Elliotts has released the ArcFit 14 face shield featuring a low-profile chin protector designed to provide increased comfort and extended protection for workers while offering a greater range of head movement, mobility and field of view.
BOC has added the Weld Guard high-impact helmet for both welding and grinding to its Weld Guard protective products range.
Australian start-up company eHat is developing a network-enabled safety hard hat.