Personal Protection Equipment Printing

There are times at work where you might need to deal with materials that pose a risk to your health and sensory abilities. Personal protective equipment, or ppe, helps to ensure that safety standards are not compromised. We stock various personal protection equipment for customisation. Some examples include ppe gloves, safety glasses, and safety equipment.   Customising your safety gear helps customers to identify your brand. This comes in handy when they are in need of your services. Heavy-duty work is not for just construction sites but also for home use. When contractors come to homes for plumbing and renovation works, they use high caliber equipment. Personalising your protective clothing ensures customers remember and engage you when they run into issues.   Far from just being clothes that people wear or accessories that they don when they need to report for work, personal protection equipment is also ideal when dealing with an unexpected situation. There are situations where risk of death or serious injury is real and present. It is better to be safe than sorry.   You may also need to buy personal protection equipment when setting up a company. All equipment here can help you to meet MOM safety regulations.

Hearing equipment

If construction noise or sound is above 85 decibels, damage to your hearing can occur. Hence, it is important to have noise-cancelling devices that help prevent premature hearing loss and which provide a form of protection.   Hearing protectors available:  
  • Ear plugs
They block the ear canal and are available in two types, pre-molded (preformed) or moldable (foam ear plugs).  
  • Semi-insert ear plugs
Two ear plugs held over the ears by a rigid headband  
  • Ear muffs
Sound canceling material and soft ear cushions that fit around the ear  

Eye protection equipment

HSK safety eyewear

Features: High-impact resistant | UV protection | Lightweight | Z87+, CE EN 166 standards
Your eyesight is precious and it is better to err on the side of caution. Wear protective eyewear instead of exposing yourself to danger.   Before being debuted for retail and purchase, safety eyewear must pass safety standards and be able to withstand the impact of having heavy items dropped on them. You can be rest assured that the equipment you purchase will protect your eyes from danger. Purchasing unsafe eyewear will only add on to injuries sustained in the course of duty.  

Hand Protection Equipment

Our hands are two body parts that we often take for granted, but without them, we are near helpless. Protect your extremities today by ensuring you have safety gloves on even in dangerous environments.

Head Protection Equipment

You don’t want to wake up one day and discover you have unresolved trauma from head injuries sustained years ago, racking up those medical bills. Protect your head today with hard helmets that have been pressure-tested before and which provide protection from impact hazards.   Here are the respective safety helmet standards that our helmets meet:  
  • ANSI Z 89.1 1986 – Protective headwear for industrial safety helmets
  • AS 1800 : 1981 – The selection, care and use of industrial safety helmets
  • AS 1801 : 1982 – Industrial safety helmets
  • EN 397 : 1995 – Industrial safety helmets
  • ISO 3873 : 1997 – Industrial safety helmets
  • BS EN 960 : 1995 – Headforms for use in the testing of protective helmets

Fall Protection Equipment

In the event that you fall from a height, a harness might just be the very thing that saves your life.   Falls are one of the most common yet fatal incidents that occur in the workplace. Our range of fall protection equipment will ensure that you remain safe even when placed in unpredictable situations.   Safety standards:
  • SS 402 Specification for Industrial Safety Belts and Harness; Part 1: General Requirements
  • SS 402 Specification for Industrial Safety Belts and Harness; Part 2: Permanent Anchors
Personal protection equipment may help to prevent most accidents from happening, but here are some steps you can take in ensuring that you and your workers still remain safe.  
  • Lay non-slip mats in potentially slippery areas, such as the tile floor of a kitchen
  • Install grip handles in areas where safety may be compromised and the floor is not easy to walk on
  • Regularly check all machines to ensure that they are working properly and have no defects that may cause them to malfunction
  • Make sure your workers’ uniforms fit well to prevent abrasions or malfunctioning in times of emergency
  • Uniforms and equipment should be sanitised and cleaned regularly to prevent germs from causing workers to fall sick
  With these steps, workers will be able to enjoy a safe environment. If you wish to purchase customised personal protection equipment, you can contact us.