Safety Equipment

Safety Equipment, as implied by its name, includes the gadgets that are used (worn, used, suspended etc.) for the protection of life and to avoid injuries or casualties.

Generally, safety equipment is the protection that is used by workers to avoid injuries, casualties, life threatening situations etc.. Different types of safety equipment are used by workers depending upon the nature of risk involved in the work. For example, in a welding operation the dark welding helmets are used as a piece of safety equipment. In construction operations, hard hats, foot gear and coveralls are considered safety equipment. All these types of safety equipment fall under the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) category.

  • Respiratory protection – for example, disposable, cartridge, air line, half or full face.
  • Eye protection – for example, spectacles/goggles, shields, visors.
  • Hearing protection – for example, ear muffs and plugs.
  • Hand protection – for example, gloves and barrier creams.

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Respiratory Protection

Respiratory protection refers to equipment worn by workers to protect them against inhaling hazardous gases, vapors, particulates, chemical agents, biological contaminants, radiological particles or other hazards.

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Eye protection

Eye protection is a type of personal protective equipment (PPE) designed to prevent injury to the eye. Safety spectacles: Special glasses that conform to concerned specific standards. All safety glasses have side shields

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Hearing Protection

A hearing protection devices, also known as a HPD, is an ear protection device worn in or over the ears while exposed to hazardous noise to help prevent noise-induced hearing loss.

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Hand Protection

Hand protection is saving one’s hands from any sort of injury at work. Hands are vital tools of human being and therefore most vulnerable to injuries as well. Very often, hands are exposed to hazardous conditions such as sharp edges, pinch points, rotary machinery, hot objects, electricity, splinters and chemicals etc.

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Hard Hat

A hard hat is a type of helmet predominantly used in workplace environments such as industrial or construction sites to protect the head from injury due to falling objects, impact with other objects, debris, rain, and electric shock.

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Coveralls

An employer must provide suitable overalls to protect employees from certain workplace hazards that cannot be eliminated or isolated.

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Steel-Toe

A steel-toe boot (also known as a safety boot, steel-capped boot or safety shoe) is a durable boot or shoe that has a protective reinforcement in the toe which protects the foot from falling objects or compression, usually combined with a mid-sole plate to protect against punctures from below.

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