2912 Safety Helmet
January 9, 2017

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MaterialHDPE, stainless steel, PVC
Package1pc/opp, 20pcs/ctn
CertificateCE EN 397; EN 1731; EN 352-3

2902 Foresty Set

  • Deluxe foresty helmet set supplied with 2908V safety helmet, 3019 ear muff and mesh visor.
  • Spare visors, carrier and ear muffs are available individually.
  • Each part meets CE standards respectively.
  • Ear muff SNR: 32dB

  • The Construction (Head Protection) Regulations 1989 require suitable head protection, normally safety helmets, to be provided and worn when there is a risk of injury. If you are in control of a site, eg as a principal contractor, you need to think about risks of head injury. There may be risks from falling materials or of knocking into thigs such as low scaffolds. Unless there is no foreseeable risk of injury you musk provide your employees with safety helmets and decide when, and how they should be worn. Safety helmets must be worn in designated "hard hat" areas.
    Relevant Standards
     The traditional safety helmet is generally covered by EN397:2012 which outlines the properties of the helmet and also how it is marked. This should include such details as the manufacturer, date of manufacture, size range and the shell material. A new helmet will also contain additional information on correct usage, adjustments etc. in the form a User Information Sheet. More specialized helmets may also carry additional markings and a summary is included below:
    EN 397:2012 Industrial safety helmets should be marked on the shell.
    Standard number, maker and model identification.
    Size or size range (cm) (on both shell and harness).
    EN 397:1995 Year and quarter (or month) of manufacture.
    Informative label with specified wording.
    Shell material, eg ABS, PC, HDPE etc.
    '-20 C or -30 C - tested at very low temperature.
    '+150 C - tested at high temperature.
    440 V a.c. - tested for electrical insulation.
    LD - tested for lateral deformation.
    MM - resists molten metal splash