The Tychem TK chemical barrier can be used for protection against toxic, corrosive gases, liquids and solid chemicals. The high-performance chemical barrier fabric is suitable for industrial, HazMat and domestic preparedness applications. The barrier offers protection over a wide range of chemicals.
Smelly painful feet, skin rashes, ingrown toe nails, hammer toes and postural deformities are just a few of the many problems experienced by tradesmen wearing uncomfortable or ill-fitting boots on the job site. What most tradesmen don’t realise is that by not wearing safe and supportive work boots, they are not only jeopardising their safety when at work but also the longevity of their careers.
According to WorkSafe Victoria, from 1985 to 2008, over $19 billion was paid out in workers compensations claims as a result of injuries sustained in the workplace. And with over 29,000 cases of workplace injuries reported in Victoria in 2007/08 alone, it is little wonder that employers are continually reassessing their OHS standards and requirements to create a safer working environment.
The Tychem ThermoPro single-layer suit can be used as triple-hazard protective clothing by emergency responders and industrial workers.
The new ISO 27065:2011, 'Protective clothing - performance requirements for protective clothing worn by operators applying liquid pesticides', addresses the protection of farmers and workers mainly during the application phase of handling pesticides, i.e. the work phase where most operator contamination occurs.
The Kings range of footwear is the entry-level or mass market range of safety and industrial footwear created for the Australian market.
Tavor, collision avoidance technology, can be easily installed on heavy machinery and is created to work reliably in harsh operating conditions including strong shock and vibration, high temperature, rain and dust. Originally designed for military armoured vehicles, the system, manufactured by Opgal (Israel), is based on thermal imaging technology.