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Six rules you must know about height safety

1. Always wear a hard hat: Falls from height often results in head injuries. In fact head injuries accounted for 76 per cent of all fatalities from a fall during 2008 – 11. Plant operator, Peter Haines has experienced first-hand the importance of ...

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Eye injuries… you rarely see them coming.

By Lloyd John on October 15, 2020

in PPE, in Eye Protection

An alarming number of all reported eye injuries occur in the workplace, ranging from mild eye strain to more severe injuries, with the potential to cause permanent damage, vision loss and blindness. Protecting workers from eye injuries can be a ...

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Why and when to replace your 3M filters?

By Lloyd John on October 14, 2020

in Respiratory Protection

Respirators protect the user from deadly diseases and disability. However, their filters don’t last forever. Are you still protected? Don’t underestimate the importance of filter change. Read our whitepaper and cut through the confusion, where we ...

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The Story of Mongrel Boots

By Hi-Craft Safety Specialists on September 30, 2020

in Footwear

Mongrel Boots is a fifth-generation family owned company that has been manufacturing footwear in Australia since 1930. Boot making is in their blood, and this very trade has been passed down from generation-to-generation within the family since the ...

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4 Reasons to use Fire Retardant Workwear

Fire Retardant Workwear is mainly worn by people that deal with combustible materials, fire fighters and electricians. Fire Retardant workwear is mainly used to protect against Flash Fires and Electric Arc Flashes....

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2 Reasons why you need Bunded Pallets

By Hi-Craft Safety Specialists on February 02, 2018

in Bunded Pallets

Do you ever wonder why you need Bunded Pallets? Do you think you will ever use them? Some businesses think that they don’t require bunded pallets because the liquid or substance that they are storing aren’t dangerous substances....

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What you need to know about your Height Safety Harness!

When you are working at heights such as roofing, welding and construction it is a job with many risks because of the dangers involved, as there is no room for error. One wrong move and it may prove fatal as it is the last line of defense before ...

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What are Class 4 Flammable Solids and Why are they different?

Flammable Solids is classified by the Australian Dangerous Goods Code as, materials which are readily combustible or may cause or contribute to fire through friction. Class 4 dangerous goods can also include substances that can heat up or emit ...

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What Precautions Should I Take with Dangerous Gasses

By Hi-Craft Safety Specialists on November 30, 2017

in Gasses

Gasses are dangerous to humans as they can be flammable, toxic, corrosive and can even limit the amount of oxygen in the air. This form of dangerous goods is a class 2 dangerous good in the Dangerous Good Standard and is defined as a substance with ...

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Quick guide into the Storage and Handling of Explosive Goods!

By Hi-Craft Safety Specialists on November 29, 2017

in Explosives

Are you looking at storing and handling class 1 explosive goods? Do you know what is required of your business to store explosive goods? What happens when you don't follow the regulations?...

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