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Take Care of Your Hard Hats – Maintenance Tips

Shielding your head is crucial for workers at all times. Hard hats should always be worn at job sites and other hazardous work sites in order to keep employees safe and employers protected. Enforcing safety precaution is necessary, but what’s most important is safety gear maintenance. If you notice hard hats are cracked, getting old or over worn they won’t perform properly in the event of an emergency. Learn the

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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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The Introduction Of The Hard Hat

Hard hats are common place nowadays; from construction sites to factories, they adorn the heads of workers throughout all ranks. Although not much to look at they offer invaluable protection. They haven’t always been so common within the work place though, this is a brief history of the hard hat and how it has evolved over time. “Hard-Boiled Hat” Some credit Franz Kafka with developing the first hard hat during his time

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Why Hardhats Are Valuable

Hardhats are protective pieces of headgear. Most commonly seen in the construction industry, they are worn by workers. The main purpose of using this headgear is to shield the wearer from the impact of objects that fall from above.   Construction  On construction sites, it is often the case that heavy materials are being used at high levels. The risk of head injury in this kind of environment is high. This danger can be greatly

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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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