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Safety helmets are a must in many workplaces, playing an essential role in helping to prevent injuries to the head. Our safety helmets have been carefully selected to offer comfort, durability and superb protection. The outer shell is made from HDPE (High Density Polyethylene), a lightweight thermoplastic with excellent tensile strength and resistance to many solvents. Inside, the cradle is made from nylon textile webbing for ultimate performance and comfort, whilst the headband is made from tough, flexible LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene). Helmets are available in a choice of sizes and com with fully adjustable straps. Our helmets conform to the latest health and safety regulations, and when fitted and worn correctly, they will offer you and your workforce protection against everything from falling objects to molten metal, giving you complete peace of mind.
Health, Safety & Technical Information:
- Conforms to EN 397:1995+A1 / EN 397:2012+A1:2012
- Conforms to EN50365:2002
(Electrically insulating helmets for use of low voltage installations) (1000V AC)
- Resists molten metal splash (MM)
- Performs temperatures as low as -30°
Where there is a risk of injury to the head or falling objects, head protection should be provided by employers. In such circumstances, employers are required by law to ensure all workers are provided with and wear the necessary head protection to comply with the Personal Protective Equipment Regulations 1992.
Always check with the Health and Safety Executive for up to date information on whether safety helmets are a legal requirement in your working environment.
Good for: Any environment where head injuries could be a risk, through falling objects, electric shocks and splashes. Some examples include construction sites, factories, mining, tunnelling, anywhere where gas and oil are present and offshore sites.
How they work:
The high density polyethylene exterior of our safety helmets acts as a tough shield against hazards, as well as protecting against splashes of chemicals and molten metal. Inside, the nylon webbing cradles the head and works as a shock absorber, whilst the headband ensures this essential piece of health and safety kit
In 2007, oil and shipbuilding company Keppel Offshore and Marine presented an unusual spectacle at their Family Fun Day, held at Sentosa Beach, Singapore. To promote the company’s emphasis on safety, they created a chain of safety helmets, linked together by their chin straps, which measured an incredible total of 5.664km. The unique chain formed the walls of gazebos, which housed attractions and shaded visitors from the sun.
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