safety hat

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: hat - a lightweight protective helmet (plastic or metal) worn by construction workerssafety hat - a lightweight protective helmet (plastic or metal) worn by construction workers
helmet - a protective headgear made of hard material to resist blows
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But, many are asking how about jobs that require the women to wear a hard safety hat on their heads, swinging sledge hammer and using an electric drill in the other.
A new 'smart' safety hat that monitors the health of construction workers operating in extremely hot environments is being trialled in Australia by contracting firm Laing O'Rourke.
Police said the 30-year-old Asian man was not wearing a safety hat and suffered serious head injuries.
Manager, Shereen Lunt said: "The thieves have taken one Stihl chainsaw, one Stihl cutter 1 Stihl strimmer, two safety harnesses and one safety hat. "This equipment is essential for general gardening and maintenance.
The centre will play a pivotal role in this regard and provide essential safety training to employees as well as visitors to our CP5B construction site." The first two areas of the centre -- safety belt experience area and safety hat impact experience area -- are dedicated to training individuals on using onsite safety equipment.
I did not have sunglasses at the age of three, or have a safety hat while I was out on my bike, nor did I have knee and elbow pads when out on my scooter.
"After all that..." moaned the Prince, finally managing to put his safety hat on.
The worker wears the robust, comfortable and lightweight dosimetry unit on their shoulder or safety hat. The fact that there are no controls or cables is a key safety and convenience factor.
Market research showed that the majority of motorists would be willing to wear the new safety hat.
John should start tomorrow by setting an example for everyone else, by finally donning his safety hat.
Prince Harry, 13, was photographed not wearing a safety hat or safety line as he went head first down the precipice at a Welsh valley last week.