In high-risk environments, there is a high risk of a head injury when working. That is why it is important to wear suitable head protection. Often wearing headgear is also mandatory. Head injuries can be caused by falling, falling or ejecting objects. You can hit your head, but liquids and other substances can also cause head injuries. Wearing head protection in many cases prevents serious head and / or brain injuries. Wearing headgear does not depend on the profession, but on the risks at the workplace.
Wearing a safety helmet is mandatory:
- In places where this is indicated with a sign;
- Places with an increased risk of knocks or getting stuck in the head;
- Where there is a chance of being hit by falling and / or flying objects.
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All personal protective equipment covered by head protection is CE-tested according to the applicable European EN standards. Below you will find the most important standards:
- AND 397: 2012 + A1: 2012: Industrial safety helmets
- AND 14052: 2012 + A1: 2012: Industrial helmets with a high level of protection
- AND 50365: 2012: Electrically insulating helmets for use in low-voltage installations
- AND 443: 2008: Fireman's helmets for use in buildings and other constructions
- AND 12492: 2012: Mountaineers equipment; Helmets for mountaineers and safety requirements and test methods.
- AND 812: 2012: Industrial bump caps.
We distinguish our head protection in three main types:
- Industrial safety helmets
- Climbing helmets
- Head coverings
Industrial safety helmets
Industrial safety helmets are primarily intended to protect the wearer against falling, falling or ejected objects and thereby limiting brain and other head injuries. A safety helmet consists of a helmet shell, a visor, an interior, a shock-absorbing padding in the edges and a rear headband and must be provided with an adjustment option. A safety helmet must comply with the European standard EN 397 “Industrial safety helmets” and be provided with a CE mark. Read more about this in the category safety helmets.
There is also the possibility to personalize the helmets. Printing in high quality gives the helmet a professional appearance. It is possible to place a logo on almost every location of the scale.
In certain works, the employee has to look up a lot, for example if industrial rope techniques are used. In this case, a climbing helmet is recommended. The climbing helmets guarantee protection against shocks, in accordance with European standards EN 397 and meet the EN 12492 standard.
Head cover means are understood to mean:
- Bump caps
- Hairnets, wokkels, etc.
- Hoods, hats and caps
A punch cap is a lightly executed cap, provided with a simple interior. The butt cap only protects the head against the impact of static objects or constructions. The butt cap, also called bumpcap, can be designed as a light plastic shell with the same interior or as baseball cap with dust on the outside and on the inside a plastic shell directly on the head. A kick cap does not offer protection against falling objects or other hazards. They are therefore not suitable for use as a safety helmet. Extensive requirements for the material and the execution of bumpers are stated in the EN 812 standard.
Hairnets and wokkels
Disposable hair nets and wokkels are not only for the food industry, but also for rental companies where several people wear the same helmet, such as at kart centers or outdoor events. Also the disposables hairnets and wokkels are suitable for kitchens and restaurants. below disposables you can find different hairnets and wokkels.
Hoods, hats and caps
Our range contains different hoodshats and caps for various applications.