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Future Tech Limited with several years development,already developed into a large-scale enterprise,integrating in R&D, production and sales of all personal protective equipments,including mining lamp,safety shoes ,safety clothing,Respiratory ,ear muff,work gloves, disposable coveralls,roadside emergency.Currently we have about 1,000 workers,covers an area of 300,000 square meters.We have operating offices in Shenzhen, Hong Kong.Factory is located in Henan province, the middle of China.All ...
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Rated Capability:7.8Ah(li-ionbattery)

Rated Voltage:3.7V


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Dorsal D Ring Full Body Harness Safety With 6 Point Adjustment Dorsal D-Ring

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HPPE Spandex Anti Vibration Gloves Grip Abrasion Resistance M- XXL

Certificated:EN388, CE, UKCA

Product Name:Safety Work Gloves

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Brightest Rechargeable Head Lamp Flashlight IP65 Mini Headlamp Work Light video

Brightest Rechargeable Head Lamp Flashlight IP65 Mini Headlamp Work Light

Light Source Type:LED

Bulb:COB +P8

Brightness:COB 280LM; P8 500LM

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As a PPE company, what is the most important value to provide to customers?
As a PPE company, what is the most important value to provide to customers?
As a personal protective equipment (PPE) company, the value you provide is primarily related to the health and safety of your customers. The following is the value FUTURE TECH LTD provides to customers: Product quality and reliability: FUTURE TECH LTD products comply with relevant safety standards and provide high-quality, reliable protection. Customers have extremely high requirements for the reliability and performance of PPE. Wide product range: FUTURE TECH LTD can provide various types of PPE, including masks, gloves, goggles, earplugs, etc., to meet customers in different industries and needs. Customized solutions: Some customers may have specific needs, and FUTURE TECH LTD can provide customized solutions to meet their specific requirements and scenarios. Professional knowledge and support: As a professional PPE supplier, FUTURE TECH LTD can provide professional knowledge and advice on product selection, use and maintenance to help customers maximize the protection of their employees. Timely delivery and service: FUTURE TECH LTD is able to deliver orders in a timely manner and provide good after-sales service, including problem solving and product returns. Price Competitiveness: While quality and service are crucial, price is also one of the factors that customers consider. FUTURE TECH LTD's prices are competitive in the market while providing high-quality products and services. Overall, as a PPE company, FUTURE TECH LTD's main value is to provide customers with reliable, high-quality protective products and professional support to help them ensure the health and safety of their employees. #PPE #SAFETY #CHILE #SAFETY SHOES #PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT #WORK GLOVES #SAFETY BOOTS #WORK CLOTHES #FIRST AID KITS
How to judge the quality of headlights used in tunnels
How to judge the quality of headlights used in tunnels
How to judge the quality of headlights used in tunnels, you can consider the following aspects: Brightness and irradiation distance: A good miner's lamp should have high enough brightness and long-distance irradiation ability. You can judge the performance of different miner's lamps by comparing their brightness and illumination distance.   Battery life: A good miner’s lamp should have a long battery life. You can check the battery capacity and usage instructions of a miner's lamp to learn about its battery life.   Durability: A good miner’s lamp should be durable and able to withstand harsh working conditions. You can evaluate the durability of the miner's lamp by checking its material, waterproof level, drop resistance, etc.   Compatibility and portability: A good miner’s lamp should be easy to carry and use. You can consider the size, weight, accessory compatibility and other factors of a miner's lamp to determine its portability.   Safety: As a work light, the miner's lamp needs to be safe. You can check the explosion-proof level of the miner's lamp and whether it meets relevant safety standards to judge its safety performance.   ROOBUCK KL2.8LMcordless headlamp is with more than 1000cycles battery life,1piece 2600mAh battery 10000lux,IP67 waterproof,weight is only similar one egg, it is very light,with cilp on the headlamp,so easily to plug into your safety helmet.the Clip fits most brands of headlight cap slots.    
Waterproof IP rating
Waterproof IP rating
Manufacturers often describe their products as “dust resistant” or “moisture proof.” To back these claims up, products can be given an IP rating. But what does it mean?     We’re used to seeing terms like “waterproof,” “weather resistant,” “dust protected,” and countless other variations. While they give product marketers plenty of ways to massage their message, these terms can lead to major confusion for the rest of us. Is my water-resistant phone as well protected from rain as my weatherproof Bluetooth headphones? Can I take either of them scuba diving with me? (Note: Please never scuba dive with your phone.) Luckily, there’s a way to compare these products based on a standardized rating scale. That scale is the thrillingly titled “IEC Standard 60529” set by the International Electrotechnical Commission. Colloquially, it’s known by its cool street name: IP rating (or IP code). Let’s look at what it actually means. What is an IP rating? IP stands for “Ingress Protection” and measures how well a device is protected from both solid objects and liquids. An IP rating may look something like this:   IP57 As you can see, it consists of two digits. The first digit tells us how well the product is protected from solid stuff. The second one is about resistance to water. The higher the rating, the better a product is protected.   IP rating is only officially given to a product that undergoes special testing by a certified, independent company. So – no – a company can’t just slap its own IP rating on a product because it feels like it. Now let’s talk about exactly what each digit represents. Protection from solid objects and dust   The first digit ranges from 0–6 and reflects protection from solid particles. IP0X: The product is not protected against any physical contact or objects. IP1X: Only protected from objects larger than 50 mm. You won’t accidentally stick your hand into this product, but you can still easily get, say, your finger in. You probably shouldn’t. IP2X: Protected from any object larger than 12.5 mm. This now includes fingers. IP3X: Protected from things above 2.5 mm, which includes most tools and thick wires. IP4X: Protected from anything bigger than 1 mm. IP5X: Dust resistant. Some dust may get through, but it won’t be enough to damage the product. IP6X: “None shall pass!” This product is fully dust tight. Protection from water   The second digit ranges from 0–9 and shows how well the product is protected from water. IPX0: The product offers no special protection from water. IPX1: Can resist water that drips vertically onto the product. IPX2: Can resist water that hits the product at a 15° angle or less. IPX3: Can take water sprays of up to 60°. IPX4: Is resistant to water splashes from any direction. IPX5: Can resist a sustained, low-pressure water jet spray. IPX6: Can resist high-pressure, heavy sprays of water. IPX6K: Can resist water jets of extremely high pressure. Rarely used. IPX7: Can be submerged up to 1 meter in water for 30 minutes. IPX8: Can be submerged deeper than 1 meter. The exact depth is specified by the manufacturer. IPX9K: Resists high-pressure, high-temperature sprays at close range. A very special case that’s dictated by a separate standard. Rarely used. Curiously, IPX7 and IPX8 do not “stack” with lower ratings. So a product that’s IPX8 rated can live underwater for a while but might still get damaged by a spray of water from the side. If a product can survive both scenarios, it gets a dual rating – e.g. IPX6/IPX8. What if a product doesn’t have an IP rating? “But what if there’s no IP rating on this product? Does it mean the company is lying to me? Are they trying to sell me some junk?!” you indignantly ask. Not necessarily. All that means is that a product did not go through this specific IP test. It’s not unusual for a product to get tested for, say, water resistance but not dust resistance. In this case, it may literally have a rating like “IPX7” on it. Here, “X” is not the same as “0.” It just means the manufacturer didn’t specifically test the product for protection from solids. IP rating can also be missing if the company went for a different certification or rating standard. Look for other quality marking that proves the product is water- or dust-resistant.
What's IP67 Rating?
What's IP67 Rating?
Many devices have an IP rating to show that they are protected against dust and water, which can often impede operational abilities and lead to system failures. In this blog, you'll learn more about the importance of obtaining an IP67 rating to ensure optimal performance and maximize customer satisfaction. What is an IP rating? IP stands for "Ingress Protection" and serves as the International Protection Marking. Developed by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), IP ratings indicate how well a product protects against the entrance of solid or liquid particles, mainly dust and water. In all IP ratings, the IP is followed by two digits. The first digit represents how well a product protects against solids, and the second digit represents how well it protects against liquids in varying volumes, pressures, and temperatures. The first digit ranges from 1 through 6, and the second digit ranges from 1 through 9. Below is a graphic describing the level of protection for both solids and liquids as indicated by each digit: Source: Pacer Group IP68, for instance, means that the system is completely protected against solids (6) and can stay immersed in water under pressure for an extended time (8). The primary reason for using the term "IP certification" is to avoid generic words such as "waterproof" or "water-resistant." For example, just because something is said to be "water-resistant" does not mean that it completely resists water or can stay immersed for an extended time. However, a systematic approach like IP ratings that measures a system's level of protection against the elements erases any confusion regarding that product's capabilities. (Even so, there are limitations to both solid and liquid resistance, and companies often indicate exceptions in the fine print.) What is IP67? If a product has an IP67 rating, that indicates it is "waterproof." The 6 indicates "complete protection against dust over extended time" as well as "protection against contact with objects greater than 1mm in diameter, such as a wire or a small tool." The 7 indicates the system is "protected against short periods of immersion in water while under pressure between 15cm and 1m." IP67 products offer a greater degree of protection than those with IP65 or IP66 ratings, both of which are merely "water-resistant." "Water-resistant" means that the system protects against water entrance to a degree, but it does not offer complete protection. Why obtain an IP67 rating? Besides establishing conformity in labeling a system's capabilities, obtaining the proper IP rating legitimizes claims about a product and allows customers to see what level of protection they should expect. Customers have certain expectations as to how a product will perform, and IP ratings offer assurance to customers that a product will conform to their needs. However, it is essential to ensure that an IP rating accurately reflects a product's capabilities. Failing to obtain the proper IP rating harms consumer confidence, which can, in turn, endanger a company's standing in the market.   Most of Roobuck lamp from Future Tech is IP65,IP67 and IP68.
Top 10 Ways to Make Mining Safer
Top 10 Ways to Make Mining Safer
We take a look at ten ways the mining industry can become safer for employees Mining is arguably the most dangerous industry. More accidents and injuries occur in the mining profession than any others. There are a variety of ways the industry can become safer for its employees, here we take a look at 10 ways accidents and injuries can be prevented. 10. Decrease Temperature Mines are intensely hot environments, when working in these conditions accidents are more likely to happen. Using fan systems in deep mines means miners are less likely to suffer from heat stroke and heat exhaustion. 9. Service Equipment   Mining equipment is already dangerous to use, when these tools aren't working correctly accidents are more likely to happen. Having this machinery serviced regularly prevents the equipment from breaking or causing problems. Safety equipment such as hard hards also needs to be serviced to make sure in the event of an accident it well protects the workers. 8. Extract Dust   Coal dust is one of the biggest risks to workers within the industries, when this dust is inhaled it can cause a variety of lung problems. Using extraction methods such as fans and vacuum systems allows for these environments to have improved air quality. 7. Increase Training   Training on the job can prevent accidents and injuries. Having a workforce that knows how to spot when a possible hazard is arising can prevent it, for example when miners are trained to see the signs of a cave-in this then prevents workers from using this area of the mine till it is safe. First aid training does not make mines safe but can prevent problems from becoming fatal. 6. Prevent Incorrect Lifting   Lifting commonly causes injuries within all industries, not just mining. Lifting injuries occur when people lift objects or equipment which is too heavy and when lifting is done incorrectly. Back and spinal cord injuries are the most harmful which happen from lifting, as well as accidents that happen from dropped items. 5. Improve Ventilation   Lack of ventilation decreases the safety of mining in a range of ways. Mining produces vast amounts of dust and toxic fumes, these are harmful for mine workers some can even cause death if left undetected. Some of these fumes are also flammable which can lead to explosions, taking these fumes out of the mines can create an environment which is safer for employees. 4. Close Unused Mines   Abandoned mines are a risk to the public and the environment, these structures are not safe and can pose a hazard for local people. These also disrupt the environment because of the toxicity of the water and fumes that mines leave behind, this makes them inhabitable to plant and animal life. 3. Increase Visibility   Underground mines are typically dark environments regardless of whether or not it is night, this means workers often spend the majority of their time at work in low light. These types of conditions can cause eye strain for employees which can cause a decline in vision. Dark environments also typically are more prone to accidents as workers can not see what they are doing. 2. Protective Wear   Protective wear is already used within the mining industry. These types of workplaces use dangerous equipment which without the right protective gear can be extremely harmful, it is important that protective wear is checked and serviced as regularly as possible to insure workers are at lowest risk of accidents. 1. Decrease noise and vibration   Vibrations in underground mines happen because of the equipment that is used, this can cause side effects for workers. The vibrations also have the potential to cause cave-ins if the structure isn't strong enough. Reducing noise within caves also helps prevent collapses and prevents miners from developing hearing loss. When underground mines are loud it is harder for miners to hear instructions leading to more accidents.   From
ANSI Z2359.14-2021 Self-Retracting Devices
ANSI Z2359.14-2021 Self-Retracting Devices
What is a self retracting device? A self-retracting lanyard, also called a self-retracting lifeline or SRL, is a vertical fall protection lifeline that allows users to easily move around while keeping consistent tautness, effectively preventing falls. The lifeline, much like the seat and shoulder belt in a car, also pulls out and retracts easily.   What will be the new ANSI Z359.14-2021 SRD types and classes? Both types and classes were overhauled in 2021: "types" are SRL, SRL-P for personal devices meant to be installed on the user's full body harness, or SRL-R for devices with rescue/retrieval functions, and "classes" are Class 1 or Class 2. The SRD class is now applied to acceptable anchorage locations. Class 1 devices are suitable for at or above dorsal D-ring anchorage locations. Class 2 devices are suitable for above, at, or up to 5 feet below the dorsal D-ring anchorage locations AND must be leading edge rated. So, if your jobsite has edge exposures and you need a leading edge SRL or SRL-LE, you will be looking for a Class 2 device in compliance with ANSI/ASSP Z359.14-2021!     When do we need to use  ANSI Z359.14-2021 Self-Retracting Devices?  Self-retracting lifelines are used in situations where work at height is executed and where users work in fall arrest or fall restraint situations.       Level 4 – Fall Arrest When all other solutions are infeasible, a company must consider fall arrest. Fall arrest uses the same equipment as work restraint, however in this situation the fall protection equipment does not engage until after there has already been a fall. When it engages, the equipment slows the worker’s descent, bringing them to a safe stop. This is the least desirable choice for a number of reasons: 1) It’s the only system in which a fall needs to occur in order for it to work. Anytime that happens, there is room for equipment failure or user error that allows for injury to the worker. 2) Injuries can still be sustained in the fall even if the equipment works properly, such as from striking a lower part of the structure or internal injuries from arresting forces incurred on the body (both of these situations are more likely if the equipment wasn’t used properly – such as in a swing situation or where the allowed free fall distance was too great). 3) A rescue plan is needed. If a person who has fallen is not rescued quickly (sometimes a matter of minutes), they could suffer suspension trauma that could result in serious health issues, including amputations or death. In some circumstances, rescue is very difficult. And while there are some devices on the market that help to alleviate suspension trauma, they usually require an action by the user. If the user was unconscious prior to, or as a result of, the fall, or if they are simply too panicked to focus, using these devices could be impossible. Regardless, despite the disadvantages to this method, fall arrest is still a much more desirable option than a worker plummeting to his or her death.   Conclusion Fall protection is not something that can be determined on the fly. Without being properly thought out, there is a good chance that the best solution will not be the chosen solution. Why skip right to slowing down somebody’s fall when you can eliminate the fall altogether? Companies need to take the time to sit down in the planning stages of their work to determine how workers are going to be protected at heights – and if those workers even need to be at heights in the first place. Falls continue to be the leading cause of death in construction - and one of the biggest contributors to workplace fatalities overall – year after year after year. Until fall protection consistently becomes more than an afterthought or a perceived nuisance, falls will continue to lead the statistics. Do your part to not allow your employees to become one of the statistics. Run through this hierarchy and provide them effective protection.  
What type PPE you need?
What type PPE you need?
What is PPE?   PPE means for personal protective equipment. Personal protective equipment is standing for the clothing or equipment which is used to protect workers from serious injuries or illnesses in some special workplace . According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), PPE is “equipment designed to protect workers from serious workplace injuries or illnesses resulting from contact with chemical, radiological, physical, electrical, mechanical, or other workplace hazards.” It includes items like safety shoes, safety clothing, safety helmet, masks, respirators, gloves, gowns, face shields, and other protective clothing.   Different types of personal protective equipment       Why is PPE important?   Making the workplace safe includes providing instructions, procedures, training and supervision to encourage people to work safely and responsibly. Even where engineering controls and safe systems of work have been applied, some hazards might remain. These include injuries to: the lungs, eg from breathing in contaminated air the head and feet, eg from falling materials the eyes, eg from flying particles or splashes of corrosive liquids the skin, eg from contact with corrosive materials the body, eg from extremes of heat or cold PPE is needed in these cases to reduce the risk.   How to choose and use the PPE? Choose products which are CE marked in accordance with the Personal Protective Equipment Regulations 2002 – suppliers can advise you. Choose equipment that suits the user – consider the size, fit and weight of the PPE. If the users help choose it, they will be more likely to use it. If more than one item of PPE is worn at the same time, make sure they can be used together, eg wearing safety glasses may disturb the seal of a respirator, causing air leaks. Instruct and train people how to use it, eg train people to remove gloves without contaminating their skin. Tell them why it is needed, when to use it and what its limitations are. Other advice on PPE Never allow exemptions from wearing PPE for those jobs that ‘only take a few minutes'. Check with your supplier on what PPE is appropriate – explain the job to them If in doubt, seek further advice from a specialist adviser Maintenance PPE must be properly looked after and stored when not in use, eg in a dry, clean cupboard. If it is reusable it must be cleaned and kept in good condition.   Think about: Using the right replacement parts which match the original, eg respirator filters Keeping replacement PPE available Who is responsible for maintenance and how it is to be done Having a supply of appropriate disposable suits which are useful for dirty jobs where laundry costs are high, eg for visitors who need protective clothing Employees must make proper use of PPE and report its loss or destruction or any fault in it. Monitor and review Check regularly that PPE is used. If it isn’t, find out why not Safety signs can be a useful reminder that PPE should be worn Take note of any changes in equipment, materials and methods – you may need to update what you provide Our Types of PPE you can use Protective toe safety shoes Cut Resistant safety Gloves Fashion Ear Muffs For Noise Reduction Flame Retardant Safety Clothing Full Body Safety Harness  
Futuretech Products for mining environments
Futuretech Products for mining environments
The Environmental, Health and Safety Guidelines (EHS Guidelines) are technical reference documents that include general and industry-specific examples adopted by Good International Industrial Practice (GIIP). It specifies indicators and measures that are generally considered achievable in new facilities using cost-effective, existing technology.   EHS issues related to mining activities, including mineral sands processing facilities, during the exploration, development and construction, operations, closure and decommissioning phases (including post-decommissioning phases), and make recommendations on how they can be managed.   The following are notes on lighting, machine and equipment safety from the EHS guidelines.   Lighting Guidelines for Underground Mining Operations   Lighting systems for planned work in aisles and work areas should be adequate and safe. Other specific lighting guidelines for underground mining operations include: 1. Underground lighting should fully ensure the safe operation of all operations and the safe movement of workers and equipment 2. Install permanent lighting to provide adequate lighting in: all workshops, service garages and other locations where moving machinery or equipment could cause injury; main well yards and those in use; first aid stations; Trestles, drives and transfer stations; 3. Additional independent sources of emergency lighting shall be provided at all locations where the normal lighting system may fail. The emergency lighting system should be able to be turned on automatically, the lighting should be sufficient to allow workers to complete an emergency stop, and it should be routinely tested; Workers should wear miner's lamps during underground operations. During the working hours of a shift, the maximum lighting 1.2 meters away from the light source should be guaranteed to reach at least 1 500lx.   Mining site and activity design lighting minimum average   Venue/Event Minimum Lighting/lx Emergency lighting 5 Walkways and Corridors 5~10 Dynamic Locations - Production and Development Areas 5~50 Non-recurring tasks and simple manual tasks area 50~100 Intermediate to high precision manual task studios and areas 150~400   3w Cree Xpe Safety LED Miner Head Lamp Mining Explosion Proof Headlamp Super Bright Led Helmet Lamp Rechargeable Minier work cap lamp Recharge battery LED miner lamp 3W 3500LX mining cap Lamp fishing hunting lamps   Machine and equipment safety management methods To prevent and control hazards associated with the use of machinery and equipment, visibility enhancements should be implemented throughout the mining process. Specific visibility management methods include: 1. To enhance visibility, use different color contrasts on equipment/machines, including reflective marking; 2. Use mobile equipment/machines equipped with improved operator sight lines; 3. Issue high-visibility work clothes to workers; 4. Use reflective markings on structures, traffic intersections and other areas where accidents may occur (e.g. walls at stationary locations should be painted to increase reflectivity); 5. Use appropriate lighting in areas where equipment/machinery makes frequent and rapid turns and turns; 6. Install safety barriers at high-risk locations on internal roads/traffic corridors. Barriers can be constructed from trash or other materials that stop vehicles. See General EHS Guidelines for recommended management practices for specific spaces or extractive operations.   Reflective Lightweight Vest for Construction Industrial Worker Customized Hi-Vis reflective worker vest for personal safety Washable Safety Coverall Clothing with frame Retardant function  
Is your shoes right?
Is your shoes right?
In the GB21147-2007 "Personal Protective Equipment Protective Shoes" and GB21148-2007 "Personal Protective Equipment Safety Shoes" released in 2007, anti-puncture shoes, anti-static shoes, conductive shoes, protective toe shoes, etc. are all included in professional shoes ( The scope of unprotected toe caps), safety shoes and protective footwear.    So how do you choose safety shoes in different industries? Protective toe safety shoes   Protective toe safety shoes are shoes made of leather or other materials and equipped with a metal or non-metal inner toe at the front end of the shoe. They can withstand a certain amount of force and protect the toes from external objects. According to the definition of GB|T12903-2008 "Individual Labor Protection Equipment Terminology", the front end can withstand 200J energy impact and 15kN pressure to protect the toe safety shoes, while the impact of 100J energy and 10kN pressure called protection toe Protective shoes. Suitable for loading, unloading, mining, petroleum, quarrying, metallurgy, port, machinery, construction, forestry, chemical and other industries. Anti-piercing safety shoes   The puncture-proof shoes are placed between the insole and the outsole of the shoe to prevent the sharpness of the object from puncture and protect the bottom of the foot from injury. Its products should comply with the provisions of GB21148-2007 "Safety Shoes". Suitable for mining, fire protection, construction, forestry and other industries. Electrically insulated safety shoes Insulated shoes are a kind of safety shoes made of insulating materials. The applicable range of electric insulation shoes, the new standard clearly points out: electric insulation shoes and cloth surface insulation shoes with the test voltage less than 15KV, applied in the working environment of power frequency (50-60F) below 1000V, test electric power above 15KV The city's electric insulation rubber shoes are suitable for working environment above 1000V. Suitable for electricians, electronic operators, cable installers, substation installers, etc. The working environment should keep the upper dry. Avoid contact with sharp objects, high temperature and corrosive substances, and the bottom must not be corroded and damaged. Anti-static safety shoes Anti-static shoes are protective shoes that can eliminate static electricity accumulation in the human body and prevent electric shock from power supply below 250V. Suitable for flammable workplaces, such as gas station operators, liquefied gas filling workers, etc. Note: It is forbidden to use as insulated shoes. Wear anti-static shoes should not wear insulated wool stockings or use insulated insoles. Anti-static shoes should be used together with anti-static clothing. Anti-static shoes should generally be tested for shoe resistance once less than 200 hours. If the resistance is not within the specified range, it cannot be used as an anti-static shoe.     Choose the safety shoes to follow the following 5 points: A. In addition to the appropriate type of protective footwear, it is also important to fit the foot and make it comfortable to wear. It is very important to carefully select the appropriate shoe size. B. Protective shoes should have a non-slip design, not only to protect people's feet from injury, but also to prevent accidents caused by the operator being slipped. C. Various protective shoes with different performances must meet the technical indicators of their respective protective performance, such as the toes are not bruised, the soles of the feet are not stabbed, and the insulation is required. D. Before using protective shoes, carefully inspect or test. In electrical and acid-based operations, damaged and cracked protective shoes are dangerous. E. Protective shoes should be properly kept after use. Rubber shoes should be rinsed with water or disinfectant and dried to extend the service life. Correct use and maintenance methods: 1. The construction of safety shoes must not be modified without authorization. 2. Wear safety shoes of the appropriate size to help maintain the wearer's foot health and the durability of the footwear. 3. Pay attention to personal hygiene. Users should keep their feet and shoes clean and dry. 4. Clean the safety shoes regularly, but do not use solvents as detergents. In addition, the sole must be cleaned frequently to avoid accumulation of dirt, because the conductivity or anti-static performance of the sole is affected by the amount of adhering dirt and the flexing. 5. Store safety shoes in a cool, dry and well ventilated area.
Disposable gloves Introduction
Disposable gloves Introduction
The disposable gloves are used to protect our hands when we are working, so it may need to meet thickness, finish, barrier protection, tensile strength, elasticity and puncture resistance requirements. When we Choose the right disposable gloves, we need to pay more attention to some details, not the lowest price. Consideration must be given to the glove material and properties; tasks to be performed; comfort and fit; and cost.   Materials The most widely used disposable glove materials are natural rubber latex, nitrile and vinyl.Each material has features that make it ideal for specific applications.   Natural rubber latex gloves is a processed plant product. Reliable barrier protection, consistent fit and flexibility can be offered by Latex gloves, consistent fit and flexibility. They are a popular choice for both industrial and medical use. A disadvantage of latex is the potential for latex allergy reactions ranging from skin irritation to anaphylaxis, a potentially life-threatening condition. Manufacturers have been working to develop low-protein latex that would lessen the latex allergy possibility. Latex offers a slight comfort and dexterity advantage over nitrile and vinyl if allergies are not a concern . Nitrile gloves, one of the more popular glove materials, replicates many of the positive characteristics of latex (flexibility, strength and durability) without the latex allergy threat. Nitrile is a synthetic material that exhibits rubber-like characteristics. These gloves are widely used across all industries and are often used to protect both the worker and the materials being handled. Vinyl gloves is composed of polyvinyl chloride and plasticizers that soften the material. It is an economical option often chosen when the worker changes gloves frequently during the course of a shift. Vinyl gloves are good multi-purpose gloves for general use and activities that don’t require a high degree of tactile sensitivity. They are a popular choice for the food industry.   Properties Important properties to consider when choosing a disposable glove are thickness, finish, barrier protection, tensile strength, elasticity and puncture resistance. Glove material thickness is usually measured in mils (1 mil = 0.001” gauge). Disposable gloves generally range from 4-8 mils thick. Lower-gauge gloves allow better dexterity, flexibility and sense of touch. Higher-gauge gloves provide better durability, but less flexibility. Surface treatment affects a glove’s grip level. The most common surface treatments are surface chlorination and coating/finishing. A glove’s grip is determined by surface tack, which is controlled by the level of chlorination and the coatings used by the manufacturer. A textured disposable glove has a visible texture that is easily felt. The texture may cover the entire finger and palm area, but also sometimes covers over the fingertips. Textured finishes enhance the gripping properties of the gloves. Disposable gloves are offered as powdered or powder-free. Powdered gloves are easier to put on and take off. The major adverse impact of glove powder appears to be its contributing role in latex allergies. In powdered latex gloves, the powder acts as an airborne carrier of latex proteins. There are two types of powder-free gloves: chlorinated and non-chlorinated. The types are based on the process used to make the glove powder-free. Those that are chlorinated are particle-free and easier to put on. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Center for Devices and Radiological Health is responsible for regulating medical devices, including gloves. According to FDA guidelines, medical gloves should be watertight, have consistent sizing and fit comfortably. FDA requirements also define performance properties, such as the minimum barrier protection and strength these products must exhibit. All medical gloves must meet certain Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) standards related to the product’s freedom from pinholes and the barrier protection confidence level. A lower AQL number represents a higher quality product. Strength tests simulate stress during actual usage. Glove strength is measured by resistance to tearing, puncturing and breaking, as well as by stretch ability. Testing typically covers tensile strength, elongation or elasticity, and puncture resistance. Tensile strength is defined as the amount of force in pounds per square inch needed to stretch a medical glove until the breaking point. Higher numbers reflect superior performance. Elongation is how far the glove stretches before it breaks. A higher number indicates superior elasticity. Tasks Disposable gloves are used for general-purpose work, medical exam work and in high-risk situations. General-purpose and exam-grade disposables generally range from 4-6 mils thick and are 9½ inches in length. High-risk gloves are generally 8 mils thick and may be up to 12 inches in length. General-purpose disposable gloves are used in a variety of industries, including automobile, food handling, general, hospitality and retail. They are primarily used for janitorial and maintenance work. Exam-grade gloves are used in the medical, dental, emergency medical service (EMS), law enforcement, nursing homes, tattoo parlors and veterinary fields. High-risk gloves are generally associated with EMS and laboratory applications. Examples of high-risk situations are patient care activities that create exposure to blood, bodily fluids and other potentially infectious material. Other high-risk situations are those that can stress the glove material, such as handling instruments, chemicals and disinfectants. Comfort and Fit In addition to providing protection, disposable gloves should offer comfort. Properly fitting gloves can help improve performance and reduce hand fatigue. Latex gloves have been shown to offer good elasticity, strength and flexibility. Nitrile gloves are also a comfortable option because of their softness and flexibility, although they tend to be stiffer than latex. Nitrile is strong, abrasion resistant and causes less irritation. Vinyl gloves are soft and comfortable, but provide a looser fit. Common disposable glove sizes range from extra small to extra large. To measure your hand size, wrap a tape measure around the palm at its widest point. This measurement (in inches) is equivalent to the glove size (e.g., 9” measurement = size 9). Use the following table to translate the measurement into letter sizes. Men's Sizes Women's Sizes Size Inches Centimeters Size Inches Centimeters XS 7 18 XS 6 15 S 7-1/2 to 8 20 S 6-1/2 17 M 8-1/2 to 9 23 M 7 18 L 9-1/2 to 10 25 L 7-1/2 19 XL 10-1/2 to 11 28 XL 8 20 Source: Turtleskin Glove/Warwick Mills, Inc. Cost Lastly, cost is a factor when considering which disposable gloves to purchase. The cost of each of the three common types (latex, nitrile and vinyl) is based on commodity raw materials with price fluctuations that depend on specific market factors. In general, nitrile is often considered premium to latex, which in turn is often considered premium to vinyl. Choosing the least expensive glove may not be appropriate to your situation, yet more expensive products may not fit your budget. The best approach is to choose the highest quality disposable gloves that fit your needs at the best value. Frequently Asked Questions Q: Do disposable gloves have a shelf life? A: Yes. Glove shelf life depends on how products are stored and on the materials used to manufacture them. Natural latex gloves have an approximate three-year shelf life. Gloves made of nitrile, vinyl and other synthetic coatings have a nominal five-year shelf life. To help maximize the useful life of any type of glove, store them in a cool, dark environment shielded from ozone and ultraviolet light. Q: Why are disposable gloves suggested for incidental chemical contact only? A: Because disposable gloves are so thin, the material is easily stretched over the hand. This stretching creates larger spaces in the glove material that can allow chemicals to permeate through quickly. Disposable gloves are designed to protect against incidental rather than intentional contact with chemicals. Incidental contact refers to tasks where there is no intended direct contact with the chemical and exposure will only occur through a splash or spill. Disposable gloves should be replaced immediately after a splash or spill occurs. Intentional contact refers to tasks where contact with the hazardous chemical is inevitable (e.g., immersing hands in liquids, direct handling of a substance rather than its container or handling of materials coated or saturated with the hazardous substance(s), such as a cleaning rag. When selecting a glove for protection against intentional contact with chemicals, it is necessary to select a glove made from a material that offers good resistance to permeation from the specific chemicals in use. Source:
How to choose Safety Helmets ?
How to choose Safety Helmets ?
What is a safety helmet? It is crucial and mandatory to using the safety helmets on almost all work sites and manual working environments. Industrial safety helmets are the most common and basic form of PPE. The outer shell of safety helmets is usually made from polyethylene, with the inner harness having a system of strips made from polyethylene or woven bands. The headband has adjustment mechanisms that can change its wearing height and its length to increase stability when worn.   Choosing the right safety helmet Safety helmets are only required on an as-needed basis, then they do not need be worn the safety helmet if a risk assessment does not identify any risks of head injuries. However, different construction sites may operate their own rules, and safety helmets are mandatory if a risk assessment has identified the possibility of head injury, regardless of the nature of the construction work, or the size of the project.   It is important to consider some several factors when choosing a safety helmet. It is first necessary to identify the task to be carried out by the worker as well as the constraints and risks of the activity that need to be provided for. The level of protection required from a safety helmet varies according to the activity. For example, a construction helmet cannot be used for demolition work because it does not offer the same protection . No one helmet is perfect for everybody and there are several trade-offs to consider when deciding which is right for a work environment. Firstly we need to do some compare the is the performance and comfort.   High-performance helmets are relatively heavy, and though they offer maximum protection, unsupervised wearers may be tempted to remove the more cumbersome designs, leaving them with no protection at all, so there may be a need to balance protection with comfort to ensure compliance.   The different types of safety helmet   Bumb Cap The bump cap offer the lowest level of protection with a close-fitting baseball cap style and provide padded protection against knocks from static objects. They are widely used suitable for a variety of places,such as Vehicle manufacture and maintenance, Loft insulatio Plumbing,Removals,Loft insulation,Warehouse.   Safety helmet – lightweight In recent years, lightweight helmets is becoming more popular. Being light, there is less material in them, so they are useful if there is a very low risk of anything falling on the head, such as in low-rise construction, utilities and highway maintenance.For someone working on the side of the roadway, or telephone or electrical engineers inspecting a cabinet, or a worker lifting a duct cover in the road, there is no actual danger of anything falling, but a helmet is needed in case a stone or another loose object flies up and hits their head.   Safety helmet – standard The safety helmet will be suitable the wearers who could hit by a falling object when they are working, and is the most common type of helmet used in the workplace.    Safety helmet – Industrial The more traditional model of the industrial safety helmets usually weighs around 400g to 500g with a robust shell of uniform thickness. This is ideal for applications such as workers excavating foundations in a hole, where there is a chance that something may fall on them from the side as well as the top and hit them on the head.   High-performance industrial safety helmet The High-performance industrial safety helmet is intended for use on sites where objects and debris are likely to fall, such as in mining and quarrying. They are widely used suitable for High-rise construction,Mining,Demolition,Heavy construction,Tunnelling,Refinery, oil and gas.     Helmet life Helmets are intended to provide an in-use lifespan of up to 5 years from date of first use or removal from storage. It should be noted that mobile workers who keep their helmet on the rear parcel shelf of their vehicles in direct sunlight should be aware that this constitutes use (the sunlight causes progressive brittleness). If the helmet is used in an aggressive environment or incurs excessive wear and tear then the lifespan will be shortened.   Employers should determine what sort of lifespan is appropriate for the different applications across all work environments, and ensure that a suitable replacement policy is published and applied. In the event that a helmet survives an instance of impact from a falling object, the helmet should be replaced immediately, as it may have been weakened without any faults being visible.
Safety Harness You Want
Safety Harness You Want
What is a Safety Harness?   When working on a high site, the workers are really exposed to a number of safety hazards and sometime they can also be vulnerable to serious injuries. A safety harness is a system of restraints which prevent the wearer from falling from a height. The risk of injury from a fall is greatly reduced by wearing the belt or harness when they are working in the high site. The harness ensure the user won't hit the ground in the evernt of the a fall while they are working at high site, it allows the workers to attach themselves to a stationary object. Falling from a height is one of the most common causes of personal injury in the workplace, so it is very important to make sure you are properly equipped when working up high.     What is the history of the safety harness? Starting in the 1940s, the safety harness appeared as the main alternative to the body belt. Inspired by equipment used by paratroopers in World War II, the fit of the harness meant that workers no longer had to worry about falling correctly if an accident were to happen.   What is the importance of safety harness?   A safety harness can help you to prevent injuries if you do fall when you are working at high site. It can help to reduce the risk of serious injury due to it distributes the impact of the fall evenly across your body. It is most important ensure the harness itself has not been damaged before using it. There should be no frays, cuts, or signs of splitting.   A safety harness can improves the wearer’s protection and also allows them to use their hands freely whilst working. This practical piece of equipment is vital for anyone working in construction as it can be a life-saving form of protection.   What are the requirements for safety harness? OSHA requires that fall protection be provided at elevations of four feet in general industry workplaces, five feet in shipyards, six feet in the construction industry and eight feet in longshoring operations.   When should you wear a body harness? You should always assess the potential risks before you carry out any work at height, . Unfortunately, the common cause of injuries and fatalities in the workplace is falling from height . It's very important that you know when a full body harness is, or isn't required. Your employee should carry out a full risk assessment before you carry out any work at height, notifying you if a full body harness is required while you complete your tasks.   How should a safety harness be worn?   To ensure the harness is worn correctly: Slip the harness on your shoulders, the D-ring should be between your shoulder blades. Pull each leg strap up and fasted the buckles. Stand up and adjust the side straps eliminating any slack that may be left. Fasten the chest strap. Make sure all straps are snug by tightening the straps, while still allowing for a full range of motion. Make sure when lose ends of the straps are tucked into the strap retainers. With you hand held flat, you should be able to fit two fingers underneath your leg straps.
What Are OSHA/ANSI Standards for Reflective Clothing?
What Are OSHA/ANSI Standards for Reflective Clothing?
What Are OSHA/ANSI Standards for Reflective Clothing?   If you work in an industry that includes potentially hazardous working environments, you’ve probably heard of OSHA and ANSI. Both organizations are regulatory bodies that set specific guidelines for businesses, employers, and employees to follow to ensure safety in the workplace. What you might not know is that OSHA and ANSI, while similar, don’t possess the same resources and enforcement powers. The recommendations and laws set by each of these entities are far-reaching and include regulations related to reflective clothing. Workers who are required to wear this form of personal protective equipment must always adhere to these rules. But what are OSHA and ANSI standards for reflective clothing? Read on to learn more about both organizations and their specific regulations. OSHA vs. ANSI Before we dive into the specific standards set forth by OSHA and ANSI, it’s important to understand these two entities. Both OSHA and ANSI work with industry leaders and other organizations to develop safety codes that protect millions of individuals who regularly work in hazardous environments. These standards are meant to be passed down from leadership to laborers and enforced at all times across all levels of any given company. However, there is one key difference between OSHA and ANSI that’s important to understand—ANSI recommends standards while OSHA enforces standards. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) The Occupational Safety and Health Administration was established in 1971 by the US Congress. This governmental agency is a subsidiary of the Department of Labor, and its mission is “to ensure safe and healthful working conditions for workers by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education, and assistance.” The most important words within that statement are “setting and enforcing standards,” as OSHA has the resources and power to create regulatory laws. Businesses and individuals can face harsh punishments from the government if they fail to meet OSHA’s expectations. These laws cover everything from fall protection (the most commonly violated standard) to cave-in prevention, sanitation, and personal protective equipment standards and guidelines. American National Standards Institute (ANSI) As you might have guessed, the American National Standards Institute lacks the enforcement power of OSHA. Instead, ANSI is a non-profit entity that recommends standards. ANSI does not develop these guidelines; rather, they are created through industry consensus and are completely voluntary. ANSI credits various other independent organizations, like the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), for many of ANSI’s standards. The non-profit simply promotes these guidelines to better protect individuals in dangerous lines of work. While OSHA possesses governmental powers and ANSI merely recommends their standards, this isn’t to say the two entities don’t benefit from or collaborate with one another. In fact, some ANSI standards can be—and have been—adopted into OSHA’s regulations, thus becoming law. For instance, OSHA can simply reference another organization’s practices, such as those from ANSI, in their own regulations. Additionally, OSHA can utilize the General Duty Clause in relation to a specific ANSI standard to punish employers who, through intent or malpractice, place their employees in exceptionally dangerous working conditions and environments. As you’ll see, many of OSHA’s and ANSI’s standards related to reflective clothing are similar since the two organizations focus heavily on industry research and consensus. OSHA Standards for Reflective Clothing OSHA states that any individual who works on a street or next to a roadway (including highway rights-of-way), near or on a train track, or around heavy construction equipment must wear high-visibility personal protective gear—specifically, upper body reflective clothing. This includes vests, jackets, shirts, and hoodies. Additionally, OSHA requires all reflective safety gear to feature a strong color that is distinct from the surrounding environment, such as orange, yellow, yellow-green, and vibrant red. Furthermore, during nighttime operating hours, reflective clothing must reflect light from all directions at 1,000 feet or greater. Failure to comply with these standards will result in legal discipline and fines. ANSI Standards for Reflective Clothing ANSI/ISEA 107 are the standards that relate to reflective clothing. Of course, these standards aren’t legally binding unless you are a highway worker—the Federal Highway Visibility Rule legally enforces the requirements set by ANSI/ISEA 107. All ANSI/ISEA reflective clothing must contain three specific characteristics or features: colored fluorescent background material, retroreflective material, and combined-performance material, which is a combination of retroreflective material and fluorescent material. For clothing to be ANSI/ISEA compliant, it must fall within one of the following designations—type R (roadway and temporary traffic control), type O (off-road), and type P (public safety). These designations are further broken down into performance classifications, from Class 1 to Class 3. For instance, ANSI type O garments are used in less-hazardous settings, so they only have to meet performance classification 1. This means they offer the minimum requirement for high-visibility fabrics and materials and are appropriate for non-complex working environments. ANSI type R and type P reflective clothing are classified as Class 2 or 3. Class 2 provides more visibility of the human form compared to Class 1 and is meant for roadway rights-of-way workers in temporary traffic control (TTC) zones. Class 3 is the most visible performance classification of reflective clothing and must include sleeves. ANSI also has a performance classification called Class E, which includes garments and accessories that don’t meet visibility standards on their own. You can combine Class E items with Class 2 or Class 3 equipment to create a Class 3 outfit. Performance Class 1 Minimum Requirements: 155 inches squared of retroreflective material 217 inches squared of background material Intended for working environments separated from traffic, traveling up to 25 miles per hour Intended for workers whose tasks don’t divert attention from approaching traffic Adequately distinguishes the wearer from the surrounding environment Common users: warehouse workers, truck drivers, parking lot attendants Performance Class 2 Minimum Requirements: 201 inches squared of retroreflective material 775 inches squared of background material Enhanced visibility during adverse weather conditions Workers operating near traffic exceeding 25 miles per hour Common users: surveyors, emergency responders, utility professionals, roadway construction workers Performance Class 3 Minimum Requirements: 310 inches squared of retroreflective material 1240 inches squared of background material For workers operating in environments containing imminent dangers Visible from distances exceeding 1,280 feet Common users: same as Performance Class 2, as well as flaggers Understanding the OSHA and ANSI standards for reflective clothing can save lives and save businesses millions of dollars in legal punishments and fines. We at SafetyShirtz have custom reflective work shirts and related products to ensure you and your peers remain safe while working in hazardous environments.  From   
Jihua Group Co.Ltd and Future Tech Ltd. signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement
Jihua Group Co.Ltd and Future Tech Ltd. signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement
On December 26, 2016, Jihua Group Co., Ltd. and Future Tech Ltd. signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement on the field of different safety products. Jihua Safety Shoes Co., Ltd. was founded in 1912 and is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of the “Asian Top 500” Central Enterprise Jihua Group Co., Ltd., which is a military enterprise whose main business is the developing and manufacturing footwear,working clothes and other safety products. The company is a comprehensive enterprise integrating research, development, production and sales of leather, leather shoes and rubber products, is also national scientific and technological achievements promotion demonstration enterprise , domestic important military shoes, special shoes, professional shoes and rubber double-density shoes and boots. base. The company is ISO9001 approved, The company's products have been exported to the United States, Russia, the Middle East, Cuba, South America, Africa and other more than 80 countries and regions. The company has strong independent innovation ability and market competitiveness. The company has strong technical strength, and has established the China Leather Shoes Research Institute, which has a shoe product research and development center, a tannery laboratory, a rubber laboratory, and a testing center. In recent years, the company has continuously increased its investment in science and technology, and actively promoted cutting-edge technology research while vigorously promoting the upgrading of technological equipment. At present, the company's overall technical level of footwear has reached the domestic first-class, international leading level. The company's products have been equipped with the Tiananmen flag class, the three armed guards, the United Nations China Peacekeeping Force, the Chinese People's Liberation Army stationed in Hong Kong, the 50th anniversary of the National Day, the 60th anniversary military parade, and its troops and the Ministry of National Security, the Ministry of Public Security and other governments, Industry sector. In August 2012, the company's product research and development center and the Naval Medical Research Institute jointly developed and produced the aircraft carrier deck work boots exclusively produced by our company, which is equipped with the first aircraft carrier"Liaoning" in China. The company's products have won the "National Quality Product Gold Award", "China Leather Logo Brand Product", "China Leather Shoes King", "National Customer Satisfaction Product", "Military Brand Product", "National Inspection-Free Product", "China Famous Brand" ", China's top ten national brands" and hundreds of honorary titles at all levels. The company has built a domestic first-class, internationally advanced tannery and shoe production line. It has seven advanced shoe production lines purchased from Germany, the Czech Republic and Taiwan. Four world-class DESMA dual-density rubber injection machines and supporting shoe production lines imported from Germany and Italy. The level of footwear and equipment has reached the domestic leading level and the international first-class level, especially the rubber doubles in the international market. Density leather shoes production has a strong production capacity. The company's core competitiveness is outstanding. It has a strong competitive advantage in the domestic military products market and a high share of the military orders. It has large-scale production and processing of various military shoes, special shoes and boots. , the system of dispensing shoes and boots and all kinds of export shoes and boots. The company invested tens of millions of RMB to build a world-class DESMA rubber injection shoe equipment and supporting production line, using the world's advanced rubber double-density technology to develop and produce technology-leading differentiated products - rubber double density injection military Footwear enjoys a good reputation, strong competitive advantage and broad market prospects in the international market. The company's product structure is divided into four categories: adhesive structure, molded structure, adhesive seam (Goodyear) structure and double density structure. Professional footwear with acid and alkali resistance, puncture prevention and antistatic can be made according to requirements. The company's research and development direction is to implement two major breakthroughs: breakthrough in comfort, shock absorption, cushioning, health care, and wear resistance; breakthrough in nano leather, temperature-controlled shoes, and hot-dissolving environment.
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