The Techware Maxisafe RFU837 CleanAIR UniMask PAPR System provides a high level of breathing protection with enhanced inner airflow regulation.
The EnviroKlenz Air System Plus is an air purification system that is effective in neutralising gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.
The CleanAIR AerGO and UniMask are lightweight and designed to provide high levels of user comfort and breathing protection.
No two welders are the same — but, every welder needs a welding helmet. And every welding helmet needs to be properly maintained to perform at its peak.
Heart of Australia has launched its fifth vehicle, HEART 5, in a fleet that provides lung checks for current and former miners in rural Queensland.
Attention all welding employers in Australia and New Zealand! Are your welders trained in how to correctly use and maintain their welding helmet and powered air purifying respirator (PAPR)?
Follow these fitting instructions on how to get an effective seal on a trifold respirator.
The Blundstone #325 safety boot features a stone nubuck upper and an antibacterial comfort lining, making it suitable for a range of industries.
Silica dust is estimated to cause over 230 cases of lung cancer each year in Australian workers.
PPE for respiratory protection from welding fume is commonly available in two main forms: welding helmets with integrated respiratory protection and half mask respirators.
Silica particles are much smaller than a grain of sand and are harmful to inhale into the lungs, making respiratory protection (powered respirators especially) vital.
CleanSpace Respirators are positive pressure PAPRs that offer a high level of protection for frontline workers, featuring patented AirSensit technology.
The Queensland Government has introduced new regulations to ensure that all truck drivers and those using a freight pass have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
On 20 September, the Victorian Government shut down construction in key areas, and the CFMMEU has condemned the attack on the CFMEU Victorian Branch Office.
SafeWork NSW officers have visited construction sites across Sydney to ensure the implementation of safety measures to prevent the transmission of COVID-19.