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  • Slip Resistance Is Vital For PPE
    Slip Resistance Is Vital For PPE
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    SLIP RESISTANT SOLE EXPERTS As a company that deals with safety footwear, we need to consider a number of factors. Anti-slip soles, however, are one of the most important parts of safety shoes, also according to EN ISO 20345, all safety shoes must have at least one type of non-slip sole. Slides, travel and falls are the main causes of accidents at work. They often cause serious injuries to installers, construction workers, plumbers, oil tankers and ambulance personnel. This usually results in...

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  • Waterproof Work Boots & Shoes
    Waterproof Work Boots & Shoes
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    WATERPROOF WORK BOOTS ARE NOT JUST FOR RAIN It is more than likely that you will be caught in the rain somewhere during a normal workday. When you get caught in a downpour, you usually return home taking off your wet socks and spotting a pair of wrinkled legs. Waterproof work boots or waterproof Safety Jogger work boots are key to avoiding such a situation. Keep your feet dry, without losing comfort. The typical working environment of work boots in contact with liquids is not limited to...

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  • See The Most Comfortable Work Shoes
    See The Most Comfortable Work Shoes
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    Be painless in any work environment with comfortable work shoes. Work harder and stop wasting time dealing with sore muscles or feet. Our collection of modern and comfortable work shoes is designed to provide all-day comfort. Most of you work about 8 hours a day, 5 days a week all year round, so the last thing you want is discomfort and pain in your feet. The Safety Jogger offers comfortable work shoes, suitable for heavy outdoor work and requiring intense activities. For you, we have...

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  • What Are Indoor or Outdoor Safety Glasses?
    What Are Indoor or Outdoor Safety Glasses?
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    With the multitude of shadow and lens application options available in the world of goggles, it can often be difficult to determine the right model for your specific application. If you cannot understand the term "inner/outer lens", you will find more information about this type of lens below and a discussion of its specific benefits.

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  • ESD or Antistatic Safety Shoes?!
    ESD or Antistatic Safety Shoes?!
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    Both ESD and Antistatic safety shoes are conductive safety shoes. This means that they protect electrical equipment by sending electrical (conductive) charges to the ground, preventing static shocks, loads or sparks. Conductive safety shoes are used in industries where the static impact is a problem or can cause a fire or explosion and are not the same as insulating safety shoes, such as EH safety shoes, which prevent finishing. the electrical circuit to ground.

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  • Windsock Heavy Duty High Visibility - What You Need To Know About Windsock
    Windsock Heavy Duty High Visibility - What You Need To Know About Windsock
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    A windsock is a conical shape textile tube (which resembles a giant sock, hence its name) designed to indicate wind direction and relative wind speed. It is normally placed next to the runway or a helipad so that pilots can clearly see it after lining up on the runway or coming in for a landing. It´s also indicated on most airport ground charts with this little symbol. During night operation it is well lit either from the ground or lamps installed within the sock.

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  • Details And What You Have To Know About Traffic Speed Ramps or Speed Bumps
    Details And What You Have To Know About Traffic Speed Ramps or Speed Bumps
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    Speed ramps are highly effective traffic calming devices that are ideal for use in commercial and residential areas. Sometimes known as ‘Sleeping Policemen’, speed humps are designed to slow vehicles down to safe speeds of between 5mph and 15mph. Manufactured from high-density, recycled rubber, our speed ramps are low-maintenance, weather-resistant and exceptionally tough. In comparison to conventional concrete or asphalt speed bumps, our rubber ramps offer a smooth and quiet ride, with no...

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  • Personal Safety, Whose Responsibility?
    Personal Safety, Whose Responsibility?
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    Irrespective of the nature of your job, your personal safety is non-negotiable. Risky jobs attract higher pay.  Over the past decades, Health Safety Officers and scholars have given their view as regards this issue. However, this brings us to the question. Who is responsible for safety on the job? Is it the government, the company, the boss or the other members of a crew? Actually, all of them have a responsibility for safety. But ultimately, the challenge is personal. When an accident...

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  • The Importance of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    The Importance of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
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    It is critical that you wear the correct PPE is used on all job sites to ensure protection from all Occupational Health and Safety risks within the workplace. Essential equipment include the following but are not limited to; High Visibility Clothing Gloves Safety Helmets Eye protection Safety Harnesses Safety Footwear Respiratory equipment

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  • Material Handling – A necessity for every manufacturing plant
    Material Handling – A necessity for every manufacturing plant
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    The importance of material handling to operations and manufacturing plants cannot be overemphasized. In any organization, a considerable amount of material handling is done in one form or the other. This is to emphasize that material handling is very crucial because all the materials should be handled well in order to keep it safe, to reach its destination safely and to maintain their quality and condition. In other words, good materials handling is important.

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  • Construction Safety, What You Have To Know? (reference to OSHA)
    Construction Safety, What You Have To Know? (reference to OSHA)
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    Nearly 6.5 million people work at approximately 252,000 construction sites across the nation on any given day. The fatal injury rate for the construction industry is higher than the national average in this category for all industries. Potential hazards for workers in construction include: Falls (from heights); Trench collapse; Scaffold collapse; Electric shock and arc flash/arc blast; Failure to use proper personal protective equipment; and Repetitive motion injuries.

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  • Best Way For Handling Industrial Power Tools
    Best Way For Handling Industrial Power Tools
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    Industrial Power tool is a tool that is actuated by an additional power source and mechanism other than the solely manual labor used with hand tools, it is a common part of our everyday lives and is present in almost every industry. 

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  • Some industrial safety equipments you need at your workplace
    Some industrial safety equipments you need at your workplace
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    Specialized industrial safety equipment may also include fire safety measures, such as extinguishing systems or specially designed to withstand high temperatures. These gadgets are designed to protect life and properties with which they are working. While most workplace settings are required to keep a fire extinguisher on hand, specialized fire safety equipment is necessary for every industrial setting where fire or extreme temperatures pose a serious threat to workers and property 

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  • Tips on How To Maintain A Welding Machine For Long Term Use
    Tips on How To Maintain A Welding Machine For Long Term Use
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    Welding is a manufacturing cycle whereby two metals are joined together, by utilizing high heat to soften the parts together and permitting them to cool, causing combination. Metals can be joined in various ways with the application of welding. 

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