Head Protection

Zero Injuries: How Safety and Productivity Find Common Ground

TO meet the ANSI 87.1 regulation for shops regarding PPE compliance around eye, face and head protection, here are some ways on to ensure there is no compromise of workplace safety or productivity in eliminating PPE gaps in safety.
Head Protection: Articles

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Head Protection: Industry News

Forney Industries Receives Small Business of the Year Award

They are recognized for their company culture, treatment of employees, community involvement, innovation, outstanding business practice and participation in many community initiatives.

Rigid Lifelines Supplies Fall Protection to One World Trade Center

The company designed and supplied a total of 1,975 linear feet of fall protection track and the highest self-retracting lanyards in an occupied building to One World Trade Center.

Can You Hear Me Now’

Hear This: Noise-induced hearing loss is permanent. But it is also 100 percent preventable.


Head Protection: Products

Elevated Temperature Hard Hat for Secure Comfort

The lightweight H-700T Series Elevated Temperature Hard Hat from 3M Personal Safety features a suspension that sits lower on the head to reduce pressure and increase security while withstanding radiant heat loads up to 375 deg F.

Watch What You Wear

Studies show that only 60 percent of the 20 million employees required to wear eye and face protection actually comply. The consequence to this is an increase in eye injuries and their associated human and economic costs. Here is some of the newest PPE available to address this lack of protection.

Hard-Hat Head Assemblies for Powered Air Purifying Respirators

Lightweight Titanium 9400 series hard-hat PAPR systems from Miller Electric are designed to evenly distribute weight for optimal comfort and have dual air speeds that allow users to adjust the volume of air to maximize comfort.