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Hard Hat

A helmet some workers are required to wear when employed in a hazardous position. For example, construction workers or oil drillers may have to wear hard hats as a condition of employment. Hard hats are closely associated with blue collar work.
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Many of our employees wear hard hats on a daily basis for personal protection, and were proud of their commitment to wear an EMCOR Pink Hard Hat in October to raise awareness of breast cancer and remind women and men to get screened.
Developed by MSA in Brazil, the V-Gard GREEN hard hat was introduced to North American customers at the recent 2013 National Safety Council Congress & Expo in Chicago.
The manufacturer, MSA, calls it the GRN hard hat and markets it as part of the V-Gard line.
The H-800 Series Full Brim Hard Hat is available in eleven different colors and can be customized with company logos.
Supporters argue that the deregulation won't mean labourers don't need to wear hard hats and could save businesses pounds 400,000 in training costs over 10 years.
Recently, Team Safety Services contacted Radhats to design and produce hard hats for its safety company, with the aim to help promote and advertise the business.
The wearing of hard hats is a must in any construction site as part of safety procedures.
The headgear is a cross between a traditional protective hard hat and a baseball cap incorporating a high-visibility finish.
Nobles Construction supplied the children with hard hats and vests, and have been keen to provide opportunities for education projects on the site.
The hard hats are the brainchild of Roger Dalling, the commercial manager for the suppliers of safety and protection equipment.
With great good humor, the dignitaries left the rain-soaked grounds of MCCII, and gathered instead in the lobby of MCCII's precursor, the Melville Corporate Center I at 105 Maxess Road and with gold-plated shovels and hard hats, circled and dug into a bucket of dirt to symbolically qeclare the start of construction at MCCII.