Safety products and equipment provide safety for personnel working in and around construction sites.
Body harnesses arrest the freefall of a worker from an aerial worksite and provide support a person while being suspended. They are essential safety devices for all labor performed at elevated locations.
Breathing air systems and ventilation air systems provide reliable and safe air supply sources to workers in hazardous industrial environments.
Ear protection devices protect the ears and ear organs from elevated decibel levels and debris and water ingress.
Eyewear includes safety devices, such as safety goggles, worn to protect the eyes.
Fall arrest systems prevent personnel from falling in construction sites, factories, etc.
Footwear and Footwear Covers includes protective shoes, boots, covers and other outer protective gear worn on the feet.
Hand Washing Station are stations where a worker or patron can clean and sanitize their hands. These stations are complete assemblies with dispensers and in many cases storage for clean and grey water.
Helmets and hardhats are safety devices that protect the head from falling debris and other hazards.
Laser protective eyewear includes glasses and goggles designed to filter out harmful radiation from lasers.
Personal flotation devices (PFD) are wearable or throwable flotation devices used to keep a person afloat in water. They are used on all recreational, commercial and military watercraft as well as on aircraft and by workers who are working around or above water.
Respirators and Dust Masks protect the wearer from inhalation of harmful contaminants.
Safety clothing (also personal protective equipment, or PPE) is functional attire that minimizes the wearer's occupational risks. PPE is considered the last line of defense in worker safety, yet remains a crucial aspect of it.
Safety gloves are personal protective equipment worn over the hands to protect users from adverse processes or environments. They come in a variety of designs to support their breadth of utility.
Welding gloves are specialized, personal protection equipment worn on a welder's hands during material fabrication applications. They are resistant to high heat, metal splatter, abrasion, and electricity while providing dexterity to the fingers and thumb.
Welding helmets and goggles provide personal and facial protection against intense light, weld spatter, and hot debris. They consist of a filtering light medium and a protective head and/or eye covering.
Welding jackets and clothing are items of personal protective equipment (PPE) apparel that protect welders from the high heat and molten splatter during the welding process. This Learn More specifically features varieties of caps, jackets, aprons, leggings, footwear, and coveralls.