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Hard Hats and Helmets

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Hard hats and helmets protect the wearer from hazards that impact the head. They have a suspension system that moves the impact force though the body to feet, helping to reduce strain to the head, neck, and spine. These hard hats and helmets are ANSI rated and OSHA compliant. Types and classes combine to indicate the impact type (vertical only or vertical and angled) and level of electrical protection (none, low voltage, or high voltage) provided. Hard hats and helmets should be inspected regularly for structural integrity. Hard hats are used by construction workers, road crews, or where required by OSHA safety regulations.
Hard hats and helmets protect the wearer from hazards that impact the head. They have a suspension system that moves the impact force though the body to feet, helping to reduce strain to the head, neck, and spine. These hard hats and helmets are ANSI rated and OSHA compliant. Types and classes combine to indicate the impact type (vertical only or vertical and angled) and level of electrical protection (none, low voltage, or high voltage) provided. Hard hats and helmets should be inspected regularly for structural integrity. Hard hats are used by construction workers, road crews, or where required by OSHA safety regulations.
ANSI Classification

Vented Front Brim Hard Hats (Type 2, Class C)

Vented Front Brim Hard Hats (Type 2, Class C)
Vented front-brim (Type 2, Class C) hard hats are vented to help dissipate heat and have a front brim to protect the face from sun, reduce glare, and help shed rain. Type 2 hard hats provide protection against vertical and angled impacts up to 60°. They have more padding than Type 1 hard hats, which generally makes them more bulky and heavier. Vents on Class C hard hats allow a clear path for electrical arcing, so they should not be used in locations where electrical hazards are present. Front-brim hard hats are used indoors, and locations where the sun is less harsh.

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Work-at-Height Vented Climbing Helmet (Type 2, Class C)

Work-at-Height Vented Climbing Helmet (Type 2, Class C)
Work-at-height climbing helmets (Type 2, Class C) have a chinstrap that keeps the helmet in place if a fall or impact occurs, and enclose the back and sides of the head, for extra protection. Type 2 helmets provide protection against vertical and angled impacts up to 60°. They have more padding than Type 1 helmets, which generally makes them more bulky and heavier. Vents on Class C hard hats allow a clear path for electrical arcing, so they should not be used in locations where electrical hazards are present. Type 2 helmets should be worn when indicated by OSHA or where swinging objects (such as hooks or chains) are a concern.

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