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Heat stress death in North Queensland leads to $65K fine

13 October, 2020

A Queensland employer has been fined $65,000 plus court costs of almost $1600 after a backpacker died from heat stress while working on a farm picking produce.


NNT Uniforms Flex Waist Cargo Pant

01 September, 2020

The P/V Gaberdine Flex Waist Mens Cargo Pant is designed to provide extra movement and comfort, with a Flexi-Waist feature and an internal elastic waistband.


Qld Govt expands storage facility for PPE supplies

25 August, 2020

The Palaszczuk government had expanded a bulk storage site at Inala to house personal protective equipment (PPE) by tens of millions of pieces.


Bruck XCELL 260 fabric

03 July, 2020

The XCELL 260 fabric from Bruck Textiles is lightweight and available in high-visibility warning colours for firefighters and workers exposed to fire.


MSA V-FORM safety harness

03 April, 2020

The MSA V-FORM safety harness features an athletic cut with a patent-pending RaceFORM buckle, for a comfortable fit that improves upper torso movement.


PPSS Group Cut-Tex PRO fabric

27 March, 2020

Cut-Tex PRO by PPSS Group is a cut-resistant fabric used to manufacture slash- and cut-resistant clothing for law enforcement and other security professionals.


Pure Safety Group Quick-Switch Tool Tether System

19 February, 2020

The dropped tool prevention system from Pure Safety Group prevents dropped tools when working at height, and meets OSHA and ANSI standards for drop prevention.


PPE and the 'assumption of protection'

03 February, 2020

An international team of 14 researchers use an agricultural case study to remind industry that PPE does not always come with a guarantee of effective protection.


PPE until 2023: international trends in mining

20 January, 2020

Latin American and Asia–Pacific markets will lead the way in mining personal protective equipment, according to the latest market research into global trends.


There's no 'healthy tan' in construction

04 November, 2019

With summer less than one month away, British research out this year suggests that construction workers are putting their health at risk for the sake of a tan.


What kind of PPE program should you implement?

27 February, 2019 by Scott Francis, Midwest Regional Market Manager for Westex by Milliken

The broad selection of available PPE can make it difficult to create or update a PPE program within a business, particularly within the electrical industry.


Sevaan ironskinn armoured wetsuit

14 November, 2018

The ironskinn armoured wetsuit is designed to protect commercial divers, SCUBA divers, free divers and people spearfishing.


Tackling skin cancer risks for tradies

21 June, 2018

Construction site workers are exposed to UV at five to 10 times the rate of indoor workers, according to research.


3M Scotchlite 5410 Diamond Mesh Trim reflective material for workwear

03 November, 2017

3M Scotchlite 5410 Diamond Mesh Trim reflective material for workwear is designed to ensure comfort, compliance and visibility.


How to safely don and doff PPE

21 July, 2017

It is important to follow correct procedures when donning and doffing personal protective equipment (PPE) in order to ensure the health and safety of workers.


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