Personal protection equipment

Safety gear

18 September, 2008

The Stanley range of personal protection safety products is made with high-quality materials and meets Australia’s stringent safety standards.


Nylon glove with latex palm

18 September, 2008

The Taipan glove is a form-fitting nylon glove with a latex palm, designed to provide good grip, dexterity and feel.


Safety shoes

18 August, 2008

The Brute Safety Hiker features premium teak leather uppers with nylon panels, the SPS Total Shock Protection system and a polyether PU footbed.


High-impact welding helmet

18 August, 2008 | Supplied by: Wesfarmers Industrial Safety

The Optrel Galaxy high-impact welding helmet offers protection, comfort and versatility. It has approval to High Impact AS/NZS1337 for increased safety during grinding and welding applications and a passive shade 10 welding filter that can be flipped up when not welding.


Cap lamps

18 August, 2008 | Supplied by: SM Safety

Koehler’s 5200 Series cap lamps feature a smaller Lexan headpiece, which provides high-impact resistance and a lighter weight. They also feature a fully focusing, dual filament Xenon bulb and a slide type connection to the lamp charger.


Protective suit

18 August, 2008

The Trellchem Freeflow chemical protective suit operates without a heavy breathing apparatus and breathing mask. Instead, the operator breathes free air supplied from an external air source via a pass-through valve at the back of the suit.


Safety glasses

18 August, 2008

Designed to be worn over prescription glasses, the Atlantic OverSpec provides medium-impact protection at 40 m/s and is certified by SAI Global to AS/NZS1337.


Respirator kit

18 August, 2008

The 3M welder’s respirator kit provides a complete respiratory protection system for all types of welding (MIG/MAG, TIG and Stick) and can be worn under most welding shields.


Safety boots

18 August, 2008

The Brute Chestnut Ankle Boot features a water-resistant, full-grain chestnut leather upper, the SPS Total Shock Protection system and a polyether PU footbed.


Learn CPR to help save lives

24 July, 2008

Canberrans have been called on to help save lives by learning CPR or undertaking a refresher course as part of a new ACT Ambulance Service CPR awareness campaign.


Cooling vest

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Enware Australia Pty Ltd

The Arctic cooling vest is based on the same technology used by marathon runners, tennis players, footballers, cricketers and others exposed to heat hazards.


Arc flash head protection

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Mercury Fire Safety

The Paulson ArcShield protects the face of a worker in hazardous electrical environments from radiation from an electrical arc flash.


Vibration monitors

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Air Met Scientific Pty Ltd

The Quest Technologies HAVPro basic vibration monitor is a simple and integrated system to quantify and qualify hand-arm and whole-body vibration exposures from power hand tools, transportation and other equipment.


Knee guards

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: ProChoice Safety Gear

The ProChoice range of knee pads was designed and tested for a number of industries and allow for flexible and comfortable protection of the knee joint.


Protective goggles

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Vision Safe

The Flex 440 is a slimline, metal-free, dual lens goggle that offers the eye protection of a larger goggle without the bulk. It is medium-impact protection rated and is claimed to block 99.9% of UV rays.


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