Pink Personal Safety Combo
Hi Visibility Vest + Ear Muffs + Hard Hat
An absolutely GORGEOUS pink personal safety combo for a great price, don’t miss it.
– Hammerhead Pink Vented Hard Hat – Australian Standards Certified
– Torque Pink Class 5 Ear muffs
– Day and Night High Visibility Vest
The Hammerhead Vented Hard Hat is certified to AS/NZS 1801 as a type 1 industrial helmet.
The Hammerhead hard hat comes with 12 ventilation holes, allowing for increased air flow through the shell.
The Hammerhead hard hat is built with a 6-point nylon harness, comfortable to fit most head sizes. It also has comfort pads for extra load share and protection.
The Torque Pink Earmuffs ear muff have been tested to AS/NZS1270 and certified to AS/NZS1270:2002 as a Class 5 (SLC80 Rating of 28 dB) hearing protector.
The Torque Pink Earmuffs Certified Australian Standard earmuffs are lightweight and designed for everyday use in any kind of noisy environment.
The earmuffs can be affixed to the 3 in 1 Combination Kit (Brow guard + face shields + earmuffs)
* Perfect for very noisy environments
* Comfortable wearing with head padding and soft cushions
* Can be attached to OSS1P EarMuff Brow Guard
NOTE: The reported attenuation will be obtained only if the protector is in good condition and worn as directed.
Anyone should wear a hearing protector if the noise or sound level at the workplace exceeds 85 decibels (A-weighted) or dB(A).
Hearing protectors such as earmuffs reduce the noise exposure level and the risk of hearing loss.
HI VISIBILITY VEST
Make sure you or your employees can be seen at anytime with On Site Safety vests.
On Site Safety PINK Hi Vis Vest is made with a cooling mesh fabric, which allows air to circulate and makes it comfortable to wear.
The horizontal positioned hook/keeper straps allow for the vest to suit multiple body sizes.
High-visibility safety apparel (HVSA) is needed if you work when there is low light and poor visibility, especially if you are working around moving vehicles (cars, trucks or other machinery traveling under their own power – e.g. forklifts, backhoes, etc).
High-visibility items allow you to be seen by the drivers of those vehicles sooner and more readily. Hi Vis vests increase your safety at work.
The human eye responds best to large, contrasting, bright or moving objects. Worker visibility is enhanced by high colour contrast between clothing and the work environment against which it is seen.
On Site Safety Pink Hi Vis Vest’s reflective tape meets Australian and New Zealand standards for visibility in low light and night time situations. The silver strip will catch the light of oncoming headlights and other lights, making you impossible to miss.
Class N: Night Use.
High visibility safety garments – Garments for high risk applications
FREE SHIPPING AUSTRALIA-WIDE
There are a couple of main standards regarding high visibility garments.
AS/NZ 4602.1: 2011 High visibility safety garments – Garments for high risk applications
This standard specifies the design of the garments used by employees who are exposed to hazards from moving vehicles, equipment or other high-risk situations. There are different classes within the Standard for different times of day:
6HVNC HiVis Short Sleeve Polo ShirtClass D – These garments are designed for use in the daytime only. They provide the wearer with high visibility under daylight conditions but are generally ineffective in providing visibility in darker environments. A typical example of a Class D compliant garment is a yellow/navy polo without tape. To meet this standard the garment must:
Have an approved colour of hi visibility material that encircles the entire upper torso. The colours specified in the standard are Orange-red, Yellow, Red, Orange and Yellow (restricted).
The fluorescent fabric should cover at least 0.4m2 of the upper torso.
Logos or text printed onto the garments cannot be included in the 0.4m2. Generally, a logo that is no larger than 10cm x 10cm shouldn’t affect the compliance of the garment.
Class N – These garments are designed to provide high visibility in the dark when viewed under retroreflected light, such as vehicle headlights. The AS/NZ 1906.4: 2010 standard discussed in the next dot point specifies which types of reflective material are compliant and the minimum number of washes they remain complaint for. To meet night compliance requirements the tape must be a minimum of 50mm wide, and is commonly in a Hoop, X back or H pattern. The colour of background material used on the garment is not specified in the Standard. An example of a Class N compliant garment could be a black security jacket with reflective tape.
Class D/N – These garments meet both the day and night requirements we’ve outlined above. An example of a D/N compliant garment is a hi vis yellow polo with reflective tape.
AS/NZ 1906.4: 2010 Retroreflective materials and devices for road traffic control purposes – High visibility materials for safety garments. (plus Amendment 1; 2014)
We’ve already mentioned this standard, but it specifies the photometric, colorimetric and physical properties for the various high visibility materials. It categorises materials into three classes:
Class F – Fluorescent fabric for Day Use Only (i.e. hi vis yellows, oranges etc.)
Class R – Reflective fabric for Night Use Only (i.e. 3M reflective tape). It is important to understand the impact of washing Class R materials. The washing process slowly disintegrates the reflective properties of the material. Most reflective tapes used in Australia only remain compliant for about 30 washes.
Class RF – Both Fluorescent and Reflective fabric for Day/Night Use (i.e. the yellow reflective tape used on VicRoad’s clothing)
There is an additional classification of ‘W’ for wet compliance, which is normally only relevant for rain-wear garments.