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Safety Helmets

Safety Helmets

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Product Name Safety Helmets
Stock No. NS6130-10-1118
Style Assorted colors High density helmet
Universal Size 51-62cm
Inner Material PU top lining, nylon webbing suspension system
External Material ABS/PP shell
Head Band PE Polythene
Gender Unisex
Best Use Height Safety work, Industrial Protection, Nano Material Handeling
Technology Injection
Available Colors White, blue, lemon yellow, orange, lemon green, blue
Lamp Carying System External Nylon 6.6 Lamp Clips
Fix head suspension 8 point
Weight 358g (ear muffs are not included)
Universal Size 51-62cm
Thickness 275 μm
Color Pantone
Material PP Plastic
Thickness 275 μm
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Expert Reviews

Terence Mitchell, PhD
Terence Mitchell, PhD, (ICAI School of Engineering Madrid, Spain)

Head injury accident is one kind of the major occupational accidents in Asia, United States and Europe, particularly in the construction industry. Every year many workers injured or are even killed as a result of head injury. To effectively reduce the risks of head injury, an appropriate type of safety helmets should be provided. The safety helmet selected should satisfy certain performance requirements including shock absorption, resistance to penetration; and be adjustable to fit and make comfortable to the user. Certainly, the safety helmet can never be effective unless it is properly worn for the purpose.


Dr. Steven Atkinson,Professor
Dr. Steven Atkinson,Professor, (University of Nottingham,UK)

The use of safety helmets, like other personal protective equipment, is always regarded as the last resort for accident prevention. In principle, reducing or controlling the risks of injury at source should be considered first. Hazards of job processes or working environments may be the root sources of head injury. Appropriate preventive measures should be taken in order to prevent head injury. Some practical examples are: provision of toe-boards to prevent objects falling from the working platform, erection of catching fans and nets to reduce the likelihood of people being struck by any falling objects, and capping of projections from structures to prevent accidental bumping, etc


Dr. Ms. Huian Ruan
Dr. Ms. Huian Ruan, (Taungoo Technological University, Myanmar)

It is crucial that ‘safety helmets’ is not a substitute for other preventive measures of head injury accidents. Safety helmets do not prevent head injury accidents, but only reduce the severity.


Dr. Marco Ferro,MD PhD
Dr. Marco Ferro,MD PhD, (University of Nordland Bodø, Norway)

A safe system of work for head protection or a head protection programme should be provided documenting all aspects of risk assessment, control measures, proper selection, use, care and maintenance of suitable safety helmets, implementation and monitoring. This can provide a systematic and effective approach to ensure the proper use and care of safety helmets as well as the implementation of control measures for eliminating or reducing the hazards associated with head injury.


Safety Helmets

Safety Helmets