Helmet sales increase for Eurosafe

By Sarah Ann McCay16 May 2013

The Vertex ST helmet offers protection against impacts and falling objects during ground level work

The Vertex ST helmet offers protection against impacts and falling objects during ground level work

Work at height training specialist Eurosafe Solutions has seen an increase in sales of the Vertex ST and Vertex BEST safety helmets.

Andy Jennings, training manager at Eurosafe Solutions, said: “Both of these helmets are proving extremely popular with customers who undertake our training sessions, as they are fit for purpose, whilst being extremely comfortable to wear. At first glance both helmets look very similar whilst individually having properties that make them suitable specifically to ground level work in hazardous or industrial conditions or work at heights or rescue situations.”

The Vertex ST helmet has been specifically designed to offer protection against impacts and falling objects during ground level work, whilst the Vertex BEST helmet is specifically designed for work at height and rescue situations.

Both helmets are fitted with a their six-point mesh headband and chinstrap, which can be easily adjusted and keeps the helmet safely centred on the head. The chinstrap on both helmets can be released if snagged and the helmets’ unventilated shell protects against electrical hazards and molten metal splash.

Both helmets have two thicknesses of foam bands, which are included to ensure a customised fit. In addition, both are designed to accept hearing protection or a visor or headlamp.

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