Personal protection equipment

Radio communications interface

19 April, 2007 | Supplied by:

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.

Work gloves

19 April, 2007 | Supplied by: Martor Australia

Bubble Gloves use Impactos Vibration Protection, utilising Air Bubble Technology. The gloves reduce vibration energy transmission to the palm and fingers.

HeartStart FRx defibrillator

19 April, 2007 | Supplied by: Laerdal Pty Ltd

The HeartStart FRx defibrillator is an easy-to-use, rugged and reliable defibrillator.

New GM puts clothing on the HVS agenda

30 March, 2007

Safety sign manufacturer, HVS Services is making occupational health and safety clothing available through its network.

Safety In Action visitors chasing innovation

21 March, 2007

Day two of Safety In Action is underway following last night’s presentation of the best stand awards.

Cardiac support pump

21 February, 2007 | Supplied by: ZOLL Medical Australia

In cases of sudden cardiac arrest, where victims require chest compressions, the AutoPulse non-invasive cardiac support pump moves more blood, more consistently than is possible by a human.

Tunnel ducting

21 February, 2007 | Supplied by: Eximo

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.

Construction industry targets hearing loss

21 February, 2007

Key industry groups yesterday agreed to work towards reducing noise-induced hearing loss in construction.

Latex: a sensitive issue

25 January, 2007 by Wendy Cramer

The number of people who have an adverse allergic reaction to latex is growing on a daily basis. And while there are synthetic options available, the bad news is that the favourable properties of natural rubber latex have yet to be replicated

Hybrid hazardous location headlamp

25 January, 2007 | Supplied by: Spelean Pty Ltd

The Petzl Duo ATEX L5 headlamp is designed for use in the presence of gases, vapours and mists with a self-ignition temperature of more than 200°C at atmospheric pressure.

Ear plug dispenser

25 January, 2007 | Supplied by:

The refillable 3M Ear Plug Dispenser has been designed for use with 3M disposable earplugs, in place of single-use jars, bottles or disposable dispensers.

Mobile hearing rescue

25 January, 2007 | Supplied by:

For the convenience of any size business with noise-exposed workers, Sound Hearing has launched mobile Hearing Rescue Units for businesses with noise-exposed workers.

Cotton work garments

16 November, 2006 | Supplied by:

Wearer comfort problems can arise when manufacturers do not apply 'long-term wicking' treatments that tend to wash out easily and in some cases, the fabric is not treated at all. This can result in workers who are reluctant to wear polyester hi-viz garments.

Steel Blue Club safety footwear

16 November, 2006 | Supplied by: Steel Blue

The Steel Blue Club range of safety and non-safety footwear offers executive-style shoes and boots that can be worn from the office to the site.

These boots were made for safety

15 November, 2006 by Wendy Cramer

There are so many varieties of safety shoes and boots now available, it's becoming a challenge to match the right shoe to the job. We take a look at the different safety ratings and what features are the most important when it comes to shoe choice

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