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Job Site Safety Tips

Labor workers are susceptible to a number of life threatening injuries every day. Falling objects, heavy machinery, and hazardous materials are just a few construction site dangers. Job site injuries are serious and can be lethal. It is important to arm yourself and your employees with the right gear. Proper protective gear should be provided and required for all employees including protective eyewear, hard hats, and steel toed boots. Protective eyewear

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What To Look For When You See Hard Hats For Sale

In the construction industry, wearing protective gear is a mandatory part of any job. From steel-toed boots to safety helmets, this type of equipment is designed to protect the body from injury. On construction sites, it is not uncommon for debris to fall from above or to collide with objects that can result in serious injury to the head. In all probability, the most important part of the body to keep safe is the

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History Of The Hard Hat

A hard hat is a type of safety helmet that is worn to protect the head from injury when the wearer is in a hazardous environment, such as a construction site. There is anecdotal evidence that the first non-military hard hat was designed in 1912 by the German writer, Franz Kafka (1883-1924) when he worked for the Bavarian Worker’s Accident Insurance Institute. The first patented safety helmet was steamed canvas and glue

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Understanding The Importance Of Hard Hat Safety

It is not possible to control or eliminate all potential hazards in the work place. Employers can, however, ensure that their workers are adequately protected. An alarming number of people suffer work related injuries to the head every year. More worryingly, a large percentage of these injuries could have been avoided if protective headgear had been worn. Hard hat safety is a big issue which employers need to address.   Safety Laws  Laws governing safety in

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