Personal protection equipment

Hazardous environment communicator

07 August, 2009 | Supplied by: Progility Technologies

The Frontline Communicator EX is an ATEX Zone 2 certified personal communications device, designed for use in potentially explosive atmospheres such as chemical, mining, oil and gas, maritime and hazmat industrial sectors.


Noise meters

07 August, 2009 | Supplied by: Acoustic Research Laboratories Pty Ltd

The Rion NL series of sound level meters is designed to conduct spot checks by end users and acoustic consultants around areas of potentially high levels of noise including production plants, construction areas, air-conditioning manufacturing and installing, local councils and government.


Outdoor safety eyewear

07 August, 2009 | Supplied by: BOC Limited

The Umatta Revs safety eyewear range is designed for outdoors use, featuring medium impact protection lenses with an anti-fog and anti-scratch lens coating that are approved to AS/NZS 1337.


Socks for safety shoes

07 August, 2009 | Supplied by: Bata Shoe Company of Australia

The Traxx All Weather and Riva socks are especially designed to be worn with safety shoes that are equipped with Gore-Tex lining; the combination intended to keep feet dry and cool.


Aerosol monitor

07 August, 2009 | Supplied by: TechRentals

The TSI AM 510 is a personal aerosol monitor, designed for use by industrial hygiene and safety professionals. The device displays and data logs aerosol concentration in real time and for extended sampling.


Two-way radio harness

07 August, 2009 | Supplied by: GAAM Emergency Products

Recently redesigned to offer increased efficiency, the Wolfpack Gear USAR Phantom radio chest harness provides a thick mesh shoulder harness to eliminate tangling and improve comfort. A strap management system reduces loose webbings for a cleaner fit.


Lace-up safety ankle boot

07 August, 2009 | Supplied by: Blundstone Australia Pty Ltd

The Active 752 lace-up safety ankle boot features a full-length EVA foot bed and midsole for extra cushioning; a rubber out-sole that is cut and slip resistant, impervious to hydrolysis and heat resistant to 140 °C; ergonomically engineered toe spring for reduced wearer fatigue; and broad-fitting 200 J impact resistant Type 1 steel toecap.


Respirators and face masks

07 August, 2009 | Supplied by: Livingstone International Pty Ltd

The N95 respirators have PFE (particulate filter efficiency) of 0.1 µm, at over 95% efficiency.


Aimont Scouter and Stealther Safety boots

07 August, 2009 | Supplied by: Trading Downunder

The Aimont Scouter and Stealther safety boots are designed to minimise foot fatigue while providing comprehensive foot protection.


BOC Polarised safety glasses

07 August, 2009 | Supplied by: BOC Limited

The Umatta Redline Polarised range of safety glasses features dual, hard coating polarised lens to reduce glare from reflective surfaces, while also providing 100% UV protection, being rated to UV400.


Airforce lightweight safety footwear

07 August, 2009 | Supplied by: Trading Downunder

The Airforce safety shoe, manufactured by Aimont, claims to be an extremely lightweight safety shoe, each shoe weighing just 430 g.


Needle-stick resistant gloves

07 August, 2009 | Supplied by: Lynn River Ltd

The HexArmor Sharpsmaster II 9014 gloves combine ISEA/CE Level 5 cut resistance with needle protection into a single glove solution.


Hazardous environment communicator

07 August, 2009 | Supplied by: Audisoft Technologies

The Frontline Communicator EX is an ATEX Zone 2 certified personal communications device, designed for use in potentially explosive atmospheres such as chemical, mining, oil and gas, maritime and hazmat industrial sectors.


Giving electrical hazards the boot

01 August, 2009 by Paul Stathis

As I speak with people from different industries about their PPE, I frequently hear disparate views on what safety footwear should be worn to provide protection against various hazards. When it comes to electrical hazards, some say antistatic boots should be worn, while others say non-conductive boots are the way to go. So, which is the right boot to protect against electrical hazards?


Single use foam earplugs

20 July, 2009 | Supplied by: http://www.sperianprotection.com.au

Laser Lite Single Use Foam Earplugs are one of many hearing protection options from Howard Leight.


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