Personal protection equipment

Low light safety eyewear

18 December, 2007 | Supplied by: Bolle Australia Pty Ltd

Sidewinder is a lightweight safety spectacle that is now available in an amber lens for use in low light conditions, adding to the range available in clear and smoke lens. All lenses feature 'ALS' anti-fog/anti-scratch coating on both sides of the lens.


Hospital bed mover

18 December, 2007 | Supplied by: UMS (Urethane & Machinery Supplies Pty Ltd)

The Nu-Star hospital bed mover is a pedestrian-operated electric tug designed to be used wherever beds need to be moved with or without a patient.


Minimising forklift accidents caused by poor eyesight

18 December, 2007 | Supplied by: Occhio Vision Care

A soft drink bottling warehouse in Melbourne recently had a serious safety issue with one of its forklift drivers who frequently crashed into the corners of pallets while operating his forklift


3M acquires Aearo Technologies

03 December, 2007

3M has announced it entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Aearo Technologies for a price of $1.2 billion.


Earplugs

21 November, 2007 | Supplied by: Moldex

Moldex has remodelled its Rockets brand re-usable earplugs, which now receive a Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) of 27. The higher NRR is the result of reformulating the materials with a new sound-dampening additive.The earplugs come with an easy-grip handle which allows for easy insertion, while the air bubble in the tip provides cushioned comfort. The following Rocket part numbers now have a NRR 27: 6400, 6404, 6405, 6415, 6420, 6480 and 6485.


Body harness water supply

21 November, 2007 | Supplied by: 3M Fall Protection

The hydration system for full body harnesses connects to any dBi-SALA harness and holds 1.5 L of liquid for added worker safety and productivity.


Modular safety eyewear

21 November, 2007 | Supplied by: Eyres Safety Optics Pty Ltd

The 800 Switch safety glasses are a modular system of components that allow users to configure their safety eyewear to their individual needs and tastes.


When it comes to safety eyewear, size does matter

20 November, 2007 by Paul Stathis, Editor

Safety eyewear is an essential part of PPE for many industries, protecting workers eyes from eye trauma. But just issuing workers with safety glasses and instructing them to wear them isn't enough in itself to ensure adequate protection is provided


Protective clothing market heating up

06 November, 2007

An American market research report has found that the US market for advanced protective gear is expected to increase from US$3.3 to US$4.5 billion by 2012.


Metal-free safety shoes

19 October, 2007 | Supplied by: Diadora Utility

The Spider safety shoes are completely metal-free, featuring a nonmetallic composite material which is much lighter than steel, is non-magnetic and does not conduct heat, cold or electricity.


24-hour hand injury hotline

27 September, 2007

Western Sydney-based specialist surgeons have come together to create the Hand Injury Centre Hotline.


Prescription safety frame

21 September, 2007 | Supplied by: Prescription Safety Glasses

The XSS1001 is the latest addition to the Titmus prescription safety range.


Powered air respirators

21 September, 2007 | Supplied by: Australian Safety Equipment

Australian Safety Equipment has introduced power air respirators to the Australian market, based on the success of the Scott Health and Safety Powerpak series.


Steel Blue puts the boot into breast cancer

24 August, 2007

Steel Blue will officially launch the ‘Purple Boot Brigade’ in NSW at the Sydney Safety Show to help raise awareness and much needed funds for breast cancer education.


Research shows two thirds of Australians may not see as clearly as they should

20 August, 2007

A new study released on the eve of National Eye Health Week (12-19 August) shows that two thirds of people over 40 who wear glasses are experiencing problems with their eyesight yet many are not doing anything about it


  • All content Copyright © 2019 Westwick-Farrow Pty Ltd