Enware Australia has launched a range of emergency safety showers, eyewashes and eye-face washes for industrial and commercial uses. The company claims the products ensure coverage to quickly remove contaminants from the face, eyes and body.
Oliver Footwear has released two Firefighter and Emergency Services boots. They are designated as the Oliver 66-360 180 mm Type 1 Wildland Firefighting Footwear and the 66-395 230 mm Lace Up Structural Type 2 Firefighting Footwear.
EziTrak Nano Mobile is a personnel tracking system suitable for remote and field workers. It is a durable, reliable, real-time tracking device with fast acquisition and update rates. It features man-down detection, SOS notification, auto vehicle connection detection and logging.
The PROFit Razorback glove by ProChoice has been tested to EN388 standards and designed specifically for the oil and gas industry. The product is also comfortable, hard wearing and versatile, making it suitable for workers in all industries.
Noise-induced hearing damage and industrial deafness are major health and safety issues for employers and employees. In addition, they represent permanent disabilities for the worker, which increases workers compensation premiums and replacement and training costs.
Mack Boots has launched a range of safety boots for a variety of industrial environments and work conditions. The range includes the Aero, Boss, President, Freeway, Wolf, Venus, Kelpie, Heeler, Peak, Terra, Zero, Jupiter, Barb, Blast, Earth, Tradesman and Saturn boots.
Runners’ own emotions are now being used to develop the next-generation personalised running shoe. The project is a joint venture between RMIT University and the giant Japanese Mizuno Corporation.
Capital Safety has announced the launch of the i-Safe 3.0 Intelligent Safety System, an upgrade to the existing i-Safe 2.0 system. The i-Safe was the first radio frequency identification (RFID) system dedicated to fall protection equipment and inspection tracking.