Protecting workers with Safety Wear Products

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and safety clothing is one of the key measures to ensure you & your work mates get home safe and sound.

After sites are risk assessed and managed, staff are trained & equipment is adequately maintained, PPE provides the last and crucial form of protection to workers.

Compliant PPE items can protect

  • Eyes & face – safety glasses and shields
  • Ears – ear muffs & plugs
  • Hands – gloves
  • Skin – coveralls and high visibility clothing
  • Feet – safety boots
  • Respiratory – respirators

Like you, we care about keeping workers free from harm. Look for high quality, high performing PPE to ensure your work mates are protected.

Safety Wear Resources

  • Download our Glove Guide here
  • Read our Lung Protection infographic below to ensure you protect your respiratory system in every workplace situation. To download infographic, click here
  • Achieve peace of mind in knowing you are providing the best eyewear protection for your workers by complying with all Australian Safety standards. Read our compliance
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  • The Environmental Protection Authority Victoria have put together this great guide on how to prevent liquid spills and leaks. Contain – Maintain – Train is the
  • Learn how to prevent and control liquid leaks and spills from entering the environment with this excellent fact sheet published by EPA Victoria. Download the full
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