Cen-Paq self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) is suitable for the full gamut of inspection, intervention and rescue applications for civil, military and industrial safety professionals, particularly where full-size SCBA may be too big and bulky. This is important when a rapid response is required of the wearer in an often hostile environment.
The new ultra low profile Nitro goggle offers a new edge in design and size previously unavailable in the marketplace. Approved for use in high-temperature (firefighting) environments, the Nitro goggle offers maximum vision through its lens which has been treated with an anti-fog, anti-scratch coating to ensure sensational clarity in the toughest conditions. It is one of the most comfortable goggles available that fits comfortably below helmets and provides the required protection (approved for medium impact and splash protection).
A new addition to Extreme Safety's vast product line is the Road Safety Kit. The road is a dangerous place, and this kit which is designed to be a 'must have' for all work and private vehicles.
The Sabre Com is a radio communications system integrated with a face mask. This radio communications interface is a complete, ready-to-use product, allowing you to communicate via radio without having to remove the face mask - perfect for use with self-contained breathing apparatus used by firefighters and other emergency services and industrial safety personnel.
Safety sign manufacturer, HVS Services is making occupational health and safety clothing available through its network.
Day two of Safety In Action is underway following last nightâ€™s presentation of the best stand awards.
MobyDuct is flame-retardant and has a wide temperature resistance ranging from 0°C right up to 50°C. It combines relocatability with strict adherence to underground application safety guidelines. The antistatic, flame-retardant ventilation ducting is a reinforced PVC ducting with internal spring steel and helix and PVC wear strip. It is durable and has the exact properties required by heavy industries such as mining and tunnelling.
Key industry groups yesterday agreed to work towards reducing noise-induced hearing loss in construction.