The Cub personal photoionisation detection (PID) monitor can be used for fast yet accurate detection of volatile organic and total aromatic compounds, keeping workers safe within their work environment. It is suitable for use in industries and applications including: oil and gas, chemical and petrochemical plants, health and safety, industrial hygiene, pharmaceutical, first response and hazardous materials. It is claimed to be the smallest, lightest and most sensitive PID monitor available.
Providing wearers with a bare hand-like sensation without compromising cut protection or performance, the ultralight HyFlex 11-518 glove is rated for EN Index 3 cut protection, making it suitable for precision handling and assembly of sharp, dry, ultrafine parts.
The Protector Promask Twin full-face respirator ReadyPak is available complete with full-face respirator and a pair of R1 filters conveniently packaged in a resealable storage container. The storage container provides protection for the respirator and filters. Certified to AS/NZS 1716:2012, the ReadyPak is available with a choice of three filters: particulate (P3), spray painting (A2P3) or chemical (A1B1E1K1P3).
A slimmed-down version of Sundström’s powered air-purifying respirator (PAPR) is now available. The SR700 model has the same air delivery capabilities as its bigger counterpart, the SR500, but is designed for protection against particles only. It is suitable for any situation where filter protection against hazardous particles or nuisance dust is required or recommended.
ActivArmr Combat and Combat Extended Cuff gloves are comfortable and dextrous, designed and engineered for use in all types of environments and across a wide range of general and soldier-specific tasks.
Soundshield provides protection from acoustic shriek injury caused by sudden exposure to loud noises, which can result in painful ears, hearing loss, vertigo and even anxiety and depression. The device was developed and commercialised through a collaboration between Polaris Communications, an Australian supplier of headset devices into the contact centre industry, and the HEARing Cooperative Research Centre.
Cigweld Weldskill Auto-Darkening welding helmets offer the latest safety features combined with good comfort and performance. The range provides the personal eye protection required for a solid day’s welding.
The WiLERT ‘Wireless Alert’ Beacons are omnidirectional and designed to be installed on walls, bollards or even moving infrastructure. They’re compact and can be orientated in any direction and simply screwed in place. When activated, the bright beacons appear to rotate, making them more obvious than even larger beacons in most applications - even in broad daylight.
Honeywell Safety Products has developed Quietpro QP100Ex, claimed to be the only intelligent hearing protection and communication system that provides personal hearing protection, personal noise exposure measurement and clear communication throughout a full range of work environments.
The Centre for Eye Research Australia has found that more than half of the people presenting to the emergency department for eye damage, caused by metal fragments, were not wearing eye safety glasses at the time of their accident. The injuries were commonly caused by high-velocity impact machining such as metal grinding, welding, repair work and drilling. Work-related eye injuries account for about 3,500 emergency presentations and cost the Victorian community $39 million each year.
The Deb Global product range has been devised to meet the specific skin safety needs and cultural diversity of any local and international organisation. The range includes 10 ‘Environmental Choice Australia certified products’ for skincare.