Personal Protective Equipment
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is defined and evaluated as devices, equipment which provide directly or non-direct health and safety to its user
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is defined and evaluated as devices and equipment which provide direct or non-direct health and safety protection to its user. Most known products are gloves, reflective garments, helmets, equipment providing safety against fall from height etc. The European Commission has placed importance on the quality and safety of Personal Protective Equipment as an important part of occupational health and safety.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE ) are designed to protect clothing, helmets, goggles, garments , equipment from injury or infection. The PPE undergoes Inspection, Testing and Certification by DASH Engineer(s)/ professionals having the importance of life/ local /statutory requirement(s). The PPE’s are predominantly used in all types of sector(s)/ industries. All the PPE’s are Traceable to national/ International standards. Few traceable standards are included but not limited to CE EN 358, CE EN 813, EAC, CE EN 361 (with FALCON seat harness), ANSI Z359.1, CSA Z259.10, CE EN 361, CE EN 362, CE EN 12277 type C, UIAA 105, CE EN 12275 types K/B, CE EN 12278 & CE.
Few of the PPE’s are included but not limited to Belay devices, ascenders, Pulleys, Carabiner, Lanyard, Fall arrest harness, Seat harness, Durable seat harness, Double pulley mounted on sealed ball bearings, Drop-proof pulley for Tyrolean traverses(TRAC), Drop-proof pulley for long Tyrolean traverses (TRAC Plus),