Personal Protective Equipment

Personal Protective Equipment

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Personal protective equipment (PPE) for power transmission and distribution

Electrical accidents are responsible for severe body injuries, which cause troubles not only for the workers themselves, but for their families as well. Furthermore they cause financial penalties to the utilities, due to the failure of supply and the cost associated with the injured workers. How does the electrical risk appears? When an electrical line or conductor is unexpecting still live. When current sources are not properly isolated. When power generators are connected to the network. When there are atmospheric phenomenon such as lightning. Through induced currents. It has also been statistically observed that the most common causes of unexpected presence of voltage on electrical lines or installations were due to: a mistake in operating a switch, a mistake in identifying the work to perform, a faulty switch. How to avoid electrical accidents? By observing simple electrical safety rules directed by common sense even if working practices vary from a country to another golden safety rules always apply. By using simple, light and reliable electrical safety equipment and personal protective equipment (PPE). First, select the right equipment. Personal protective equipment (PPE), safety padlock, voltage detector, short circuiting and earthing system, warning signs. Separate the work area from all possible sources of power supply by opening circuit-breakers, switches. Lock the link in the open position with a safety lock system (safety padlock). Check the absence of voltage at source and on site, on each conductor and apparatus involved. Apply appropriate short-circuit and earthing system in sufficient numbers on the conductors of your network where operation is taking place. Show, warn others and limit the work area even during the most simple temporary maintenance operation.

Personal protective equipment (PPE) portfolio for power transmission and distribution systems

Personal protective equipment (PPE) are defined as any device or means intended to be worn or held by one person to protect itself against one or several risks liable to threaten its safety or its security. Collective protective equipment (CPE) is for preventing electrical hazards contains all the products that close off the hazard by: distance (marking, signs), obstacles (covers, screen, barrier), insulation (insulating blankets, insulating caps, etc.). Collective protective equipment (CPE) must comply with the standards in force, personal protective equipment (PPE)  within the framework of electrical safety recommendations. Personal protective equipment (PPE) is used to protect individuals who work on or near an installation that presents an electrical hazard.” Personal protective equipment (PPE) is complying with the standards in force and appropriate for the type of operation and voltage level of the installation Personal protective equipment (PPE) check. Every Personal protective equipment (PPE)  must be verified at least visually before and after every use. Regular tests must be made by qualified persons and at least annually. If the slightest doubt exists personal protective equipment (PPE)  must be reformed and replaced at once. Personal protective equipment (PPE) have to be in compliance with the requirements of the European Directive: 89/391/CEE, on the introduction of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health of workers at work. 89/655/CEE and 89/656/CEE, on the minimum health and safety requirements for the use by workers of personal protective equipment at the workplace. 89/686/CEE, on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to personal protective equipment (CE marking). In practice, they define: the protections adapted to the kind of risk, the highest level of protection possible, the comfort, the ergonomics and the quality of the equipment, the annual verification of personal protective equipment (PPE)  by a competent individual. The obligations for using personal protective equipment (PPE)  in companies are defined by the European Directive 89/656.

Cost-efficient and well-proven personal protective equipment (PPE) for AIS substations, GIS substations, overhead lines, substation services

Protection against UV radiation and ejections of solid particles. Anti-scratch, anti-impact and anti-chemical product treatments. Electrically insulating helmets for use on voltage installations. Safety industrial helmet, safety helmet for electrical use, especially designed to maximize wearer’s comfort. Protection against electric short-circuits arcs. Face shield adjustable on helmet. Polycarbonate face shield adjustable on the head by milled wheel. Protection against electric arcs of short-circuits. Anti-mist treatment. Anti-scratch treatment. Panoramic face shield in non-scratch and anti-mist polycarbonate. Head fit adjustment by milled wheel. Polycarbonate helmet. Shock and wear resisting, confortable. Insulating rubber gloves conform to international IEC-60903 standard. To satisfy the requirements of this standard, they are subjected to dielectrical, mechanical resistance and ageing tests. The acceptance levels for mechanical tests are stricter. The tests are especially aimed at checking the tensile strength and elongation at break, the mechanical puncture test and tension set. Our gloves are made of latex especially treated to obtain high dielectric characteristics; they are individually tested and delivered in sealed plastic bags. The gloves are individually tested and sold in a sealed UV protected plastic bag. There are 2 main types of insulating gloves: rubber gloves provide high dielectric performance. They must be used with leather glove covers for mechanical protection. Gloves with mechanical properties offer superior mechanical protection against punctures and tears. They eliminate the need for overgloves. With an ergonomic shape our gloves are suitable for any type of hand and are soft and supple which allows good dexterity. All requirements (Male / Female). Gloves on class 1/2/3/4 allows contrast to rapidly detect any excessive abrasion, cut, tear and other mechanical surface damage that could alter the dielectric properties of the glove. All insulating gloves must be visible inspected after inflation and before each use. For Classes 0 and 00: The tests consist of an air inflation test and a visual inspection when the glove is inflated. The dielectric test is not required, but it may be performed at the owner’s request. For Classes 1, 2, 3, and 4: Even when in storage, a glove should be used without having been tested within the last six months. Normal testing periods are between 30 and 90 days. An inspection of the inside of the gloves is also recommended. Gloves should be stored in their packaging, without being compressed or folded. They should not be stored near a heat source with a temperature of 10 to 21°C. Insulating rubber gloves offer personal protection against electrical shocks when working on or near live wires. Our gloves complies with the ASTM standard (ASTM D 120). The acceptance levels for mechanical tests are stricter. Our gloves are made of rubber especially treated to obtain high dielectric characteristics and they are individually tested and sold in an individual packaging. Cotton undergloves to be used with insulating rubber gloves. These washable cotton undergloves improve the use of the insulating gloves. They bring the best held, hygiene and a greater comfort. Used as outer gloves to protect insulating gloves in dry environment. Silicon grain leather, very flexible. Large protective cuff in chrome tanned hide. Protection against electric arcs. Red adhesive strap. Undergloves 100 % Nomex. To be used under insulating gloves, for a protection against the electric hazard. FR – Flame Resistant undergloves. Ideal complement to Arc Flash Equipment. To be placed in high voltage stations, or to be carried. Specially designed for protecting insulating gloves. This plastic box also ensures the protection against UV radiation of insulating gloves. The transparent cover enables to check gloves presence. Bottle of talc included. Can be fixed on wall. The matting is manufactured of elastomer EN 131 compounds with slip-resistant surface. High quality dielectrical rubber. Specially designed for carrying and protecting insulating mats. Equipped with a shoulder strap and a plastic window for instructions and storage identification. Specially designed for carrying and protecting insulating mats, face shield and controllers. Equipped with several pockets. Suit without metallic part, avoiding any flash hazards. 100% cotton. Anti-perforation composite sole and shell. Anti-slip sole. Protection against step and touch hazardous potential gradients. All-grain leather, welt sewn, shirred elastic wrist back. These gloves are used for mechanical protection of hands during handling of tools, especially in wet environment. Insulating boots. Provide electrical insulation protecting “step voltages.” No métallic element. Insulating over shoes. Overshoes which provide electrical insulation to protect operators against the risk of a current flow from the feet to the ground or a step voltage. Adapted to a temporary and frequent use. Safety shoes with insulating sole. Shoe with leather and breathable liner microphone. Anti-perforation textile sole. Protection cap.

Personal protective equipment (PPE) for power transmission and distribution

Electrical accidents are responsible for severe body injuries, which cause troubles not only for the workers themselves, but for their families as well. Furthermore they cause financial penalties to the utilities, due to the failure of supply and the cost associated with the injured workers. How does the electrical risk appears? When an electrical line or conductor is unexpecting still live. When current sources are not properly isolated. When power generators are connected to the network. When there are atmospheric phenomenon such as lightning. Through induced currents. It has also been statistically observed that the most common causes of unexpected presence of voltage on electrical lines or installations were due to: a mistake in operating a switch, a mistake in identifying the work to perform, a faulty switch. How to avoid electrical accidents? By observing simple electrical safety rules directed by common sense even if working practices vary from a country to another golden safety rules always apply. By using simple, light and reliable electrical safety equipment and personal protective equipment (PPE). First, select the right equipment. Personal protective equipment (PPE), safety padlock, voltage detector, short circuiting and earthing system, warning signs. Separate the work area from all possible sources of power supply by opening circuit-breakers, switches. Lock the link in the open position with a safety lock system (safety padlock). Check the absence of voltage at source and on site, on each conductor and apparatus involved. Apply appropriate short-circuit and earthing system in sufficient numbers on the conductors of your network where operation is taking place. Show, warn others and limit the work area even during the most simple temporary maintenance operation.

Personal protective equipment (PPE) portfolio for power transmission and distribution systems

Personal protective equipment (PPE) are defined as any device or means intended to be worn or held by one person to protect itself against one or several risks liable to threaten its safety or its security. Collective protective equipment (CPE) is for preventing electrical hazards contains all the products that close off the hazard by: distance (marking, signs), obstacles (covers, screen, barrier), insulation (insulating blankets, insulating caps, etc.). Collective protective equipment (CPE) must comply with the standards in force, personal protective equipment (PPE)  within the framework of electrical safety recommendations. Personal protective equipment (PPE) is used to protect individuals who work on or near an installation that presents an electrical hazard.” Personal protective equipment (PPE) is complying with the standards in force and appropriate for the type of operation and voltage level of the installation Personal protective equipment (PPE) check. Every Personal protective equipment (PPE)  must be verified at least visually before and after every use. Regular tests must be made by qualified persons and at least annually. If the slightest doubt exists personal protective equipment (PPE)  must be reformed and replaced at once. Personal protective equipment (PPE) have to be in compliance with the requirements of the European Directive: 89/391/CEE, on the introduction of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health of workers at work. 89/655/CEE and 89/656/CEE, on the minimum health and safety requirements for the use by workers of personal protective equipment at the workplace. 89/686/CEE, on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to personal protective equipment (CE marking). In practice, they define: the protections adapted to the kind of risk, the highest level of protection possible, the comfort, the ergonomics and the quality of the equipment, the annual verification of personal protective equipment (PPE)  by a competent individual. The obligations for using personal protective equipment (PPE)  in companies are defined by the European Directive 89/656.

Cost-efficient and well-proven personal protective equipment (PPE) for AIS substations, GIS substations, overhead lines, substation services

Protection against UV radiation and ejections of solid particles. Anti-scratch, anti-impact and anti-chemical product treatments. Electrically insulating helmets for use on voltage installations. Safety industrial helmet, safety helmet for electrical use, especially designed to maximize wearer’s comfort. Protection against electric short-circuits arcs. Face shield adjustable on helmet. Polycarbonate face shield adjustable on the head by milled wheel. Protection against electric arcs of short-circuits. Anti-mist treatment. Anti-scratch treatment. Panoramic face shield in non-scratch and anti-mist polycarbonate. Head fit adjustment by milled wheel. Polycarbonate helmet. Shock and wear resisting, confortable. Insulating rubber gloves conform to international IEC-60903 standard. To satisfy the requirements of this standard, they are subjected to dielectrical, mechanical resistance and ageing tests. The acceptance levels for mechanical tests are stricter. The tests are especially aimed at checking the tensile strength and elongation at break, the mechanical puncture test and tension set. Our gloves are made of latex especially treated to obtain high dielectric characteristics; they are individually tested and delivered in sealed plastic bags. The gloves are individually tested and sold in a sealed UV protected plastic bag. There are 2 main types of insulating gloves: rubber gloves provide high dielectric performance. They must be used with leather glove covers for mechanical protection. Gloves with mechanical properties offer superior mechanical protection against punctures and tears. They eliminate the need for overgloves. With an ergonomic shape our gloves are suitable for any type of hand and are soft and supple which allows good dexterity. All requirements (Male / Female). Gloves on class 1/2/3/4 allows contrast to rapidly detect any excessive abrasion, cut, tear and other mechanical surface damage that could alter the dielectric properties of the glove. All insulating gloves must be visible inspected after inflation and before each use. For Classes 0 and 00: The tests consist of an air inflation test and a visual inspection when the glove is inflated. The dielectric test is not required, but it may be performed at the owner’s request. For Classes 1, 2, 3, and 4: Even when in storage, a glove should be used without having been tested within the last six months. Normal testing periods are between 30 and 90 days. An inspection of the inside of the gloves is also recommended. Gloves should be stored in their packaging, without being compressed or folded. They should not be stored near a heat source with a temperature of 10 to 21°C. Insulating rubber gloves offer personal protection against electrical shocks when working on or near live wires. Our gloves complies with the ASTM standard (ASTM D 120). The acceptance levels for mechanical tests are stricter. Our gloves are made of rubber especially treated to obtain high dielectric characteristics and they are individually tested and sold in an individual packaging. Cotton undergloves to be used with insulating rubber gloves. These washable cotton undergloves improve the use of the insulating gloves. They bring the best held, hygiene and a greater comfort. Used as outer gloves to protect insulating gloves in dry environment. Silicon grain leather, very flexible. Large protective cuff in chrome tanned hide. Protection against electric arcs. Red adhesive strap. Undergloves 100 % Nomex. To be used under insulating gloves, for a protection against the electric hazard. FR – Flame Resistant undergloves. Ideal complement to Arc Flash Equipment. To be placed in high voltage stations, or to be carried. Specially designed for protecting insulating gloves. This plastic box also ensures the protection against UV radiation of insulating gloves. The transparent cover enables to check gloves presence. Bottle of talc included. Can be fixed on wall. The matting is manufactured of elastomer EN 131 compounds with slip-resistant surface. High quality dielectrical rubber. Specially designed for carrying and protecting insulating mats. Equipped with a shoulder strap and a plastic window for instructions and storage identification. Specially designed for carrying and protecting insulating mats, face shield and controllers. Equipped with several pockets. Suit without metallic part, avoiding any flash hazards. 100% cotton. Anti-perforation composite sole and shell. Anti-slip sole. Protection against step and touch hazardous potential gradients. All-grain leather, welt sewn, shirred elastic wrist back. These gloves are used for mechanical protection of hands during handling of tools, especially in wet environment. Insulating boots. Provide electrical insulation protecting “step voltages.” No métallic element. Insulating over shoes. Overshoes which provide electrical insulation to protect operators against the risk of a current flow from the feet to the ground or a step voltage. Adapted to a temporary and frequent use. Safety shoes with insulating sole. Shoe with leather and breathable liner microphone. Anti-perforation textile sole. Protection cap.