Category Archives: Safety

Tanner Brooklyn Headquarters is Reopen for Business

Safety is Always Priority for Customers & Employees
Tanner HQ Front Counter Sneeze Guard

We are happy to announce the reopening of our Brooklyn Headquarters storefront. We will be open from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday – Friday. Starting June 1st our in-store counter will be open for pick up following strict social distancing measures to ensure the safety of our staff and customers.

Steps to Keep Everyone Safe

  • Safety procedure has been put in place to ensure employee and customer safety
  • No more than 2 customers will be allowed in the store at any time
  • Social distancing stations have been set up at the counter

 

Additional COVID-19 News & PPE Products

Stay up to date on the latest COVID-19 news & products at Tanner on our COVID-19 Updates page here. We will continue to do our best update important information and product availability on safety & PPE products with fluctuating stock due to COVID-19.

Please Wait Here, Keep a Safe Distance… Are Social Distancing Signs the New Normal?

Social Distancing Signs

Social Distancing Signs have been popping up in stores and workplaces across the nation toNMC WFS71 help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus. These signs may seem strange or unnecessary at first. But in actuality, they currently deem the same importance as a stop sign at a busy intersection… With one of the best ways to stop the spread of COVID-19 being social distancing, these signs help promote this movement and keep the public informed.

What is Social Distancing?

Social distancing, also known as physical distancing, is a preventative measure taken to help prevent the spread of contagious virus & diseases. Social distancing involves maintaining a physical distance between people and reducing the number of times people come in close contact with each other. Social distancing is a very easy concept and should be followed by everyone. The acts of social distancing and self quarantining are necessary to help flatten the curve and help end the spread of this deadly virus.NMC WFS73

Where Can I Get Social Distancing Signs

Social Distancing Signage has never been more important, do your part and help promote the movement today with the proper safety signs. Tanner supports taking social distancing measures to help reduce the spread of disease & help promote a healthy public. Find Social Distancing & Crowd Control signs to help employ safety measures at work to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and other viruses that challenge the workplace. Pandemic Signs may very well become the long-term norm and being prepared is key.

Safety & Social Distancing Signs – In-Stock & Ready to Ship Today

A healthy public drives the American economy. By choosing the correct signs for your workplace, you can do a lot to help encourage public safety & promote a healthy work environment. Take a look at our most popular Social NMC WFS74Distancing & Crowd Control Floor Signs – In-stock & available to ship out today. Looking for additional social distancing/safety signs? Please give us a call at 800-456-2658 to discuss your safety signage needs.

 

QSSP Provide More than Just Personal Protection Equipment

Tanner Safety Talk

What Does QSSP Mean & Why Does that Matter?

The Qualified Safety Sales Professional Program, abbreviated as QSSP, is the industry’s premier training program for safety sales professionals. Sales professionals that have qualifies as a QSSP have broadened their technical expertise in health & safety, gaining a high-caliber understanding of the complex standards & regulations set by OSHA, EPA, and other similar agencies. QSSP members are not only an asset for the companies they work for, but also the customers they serve.

  • Over 1500 sales & marketing representatives in the safety industry are QSSP
  • Developed specifically for safety equipment manufacturer & distributors
  • Instructed by established and well-respected safety professionals

The benefits of a QSSP

  • QSSP have adequately prepared themselves to plan and execute successful safety & illness prevention programsTannerSafetyTalk4
  • QSSP are valued resources to their customers, having the knowledge, competence, credibility, and solution needed
  • QSSP have learned the principles & practices of occupational health & safety
  • QSSP know the fundamentals of industrial hygiene, risk management, safety engineering, health & safety regulations, and workers comp
  • QSSP can study air samples & exposure levels and help with respirator fit testing
  • QSSP can help with fall protection basics, electrical safety, and confined spaces
  • QSSP have been exposed to the full range of safety equipment and safety practices for the workplace
  • QSSP understand OSHA regulations, standard, compliances, and enforcements
  • QSSP know how all the parts of a safety & health program work together
  • QSSP can calculate the costs of an injury & how they affect profits

Why Buy from QSSP?

When buying from a QSSP you know you are working with a professional who has a true understanding of the safety challenges you are facing. You won’t get the standard cookie-cutter safety solution, instead the QSSP will evaluate your specific situation and develop a specialized safety program designs specifically for you. QSSP’s main goals are to help companies identify hazards & controls, participate/run safety meetings & trainings, and #1 provide the protective safety equipment and solutions suited for you and your job site.

Meet Tanner’s Resident QSSP

Tanner is pleased to announce that Patrick Monahan successfully earned his QSSP (Qualified Safety Sales Professional) and OSHA-30 certifications.Tanner Safety Talk

Pat has earned these professional designations to help our customers be prepared in the prevention of worker injuries to their employees.  Pat brings the necessary knowledge, competence, credibility, and solutions to support the mission of helping protect your workers. QSSPs are set apart because they have successfully completed an intensive course on technical and regulatory fundamentals of workplace safety and health sponsored by the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA). By working with Pat, you are working with a professional who has a real understanding of the challenges employers face, and is armed with creative solutions that go beyond simply filling an order.

Tanner urges all of our customers to examine their current safety program, contact Pat for an evaluation, and if necessary, Pat will create a program that will help drive down incident rates and insurance costs and most importantly, keep your employees safe.

Pat Monahan contact info:

cell #-631-316-3048

pmomahan@tannerbolt.com

Register for Personal Fall Safety, Tool Safety & Rescue Training Programs with Tanner

Proper Safety Precautions WILL Save Money & Lives

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Safety is a Job Everyone Needs to Take Seriously

While working at heights, it is very important to take the proper safety precautions & to use the correct fall protection equipment each and every time. No matter the size of the job, safety should never take a back seat.

Recently the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited Northridge Construction Corp. for failing to provide proper fall protection & protective helmets, ensuring the structural integrity of a roof and the misuse of a ladder. The company now potentially faces $224,620 in penalties.

These potential penalties are the result of an employee suffering fatal injuries after a structure collapsed during the installation of roof panels on a shed. This unfortunate event could have easily been avoided if the proper safety precautions were taken and if the employee was provided the proper fall protection equipment.

“Fall-related fatalities are preventable if employers use required fall protection systems, such as guardrails or personal fall arrest systems. OSHA standards are legal requirements that every employer must follow to ensure workers are protected from serious injuries.” – OSHA Long Island Area Director Anthony Ciuffo.

Tanner Has the Safety Solutions & Equipment You Need

At Tanner safety on the job site is our #1 goal. We have a wide selection of safety equipment available to our customers including: fall protection, tool drop protection, head protection, hand protection, respiratory protection & much more. Please feel free to reach out to us if you need help finding the proper fall protection & safety equipment for your next job. We are also happy to help you with any other safety-related questions you may have – Phone: 800-456-2658 | Email: websales@tannerbolt.com.

Fall Protection Training Available to Our Customers

Tanner & 3M Fall Protection offer fall safety and rescue training programs at your job site. Each training program is specially tailored to your job site and workers. The hands-on training scenarios identify fall protection hazards in and around your facility. By training your employees in their normal work environment, we ensure that the issues discussed are immediately applicable for proper OSHA fall protection training. Flexibility and cost savings are an added bonus when you are considering on-site training. You provide the students and the location, we provide the equipment, experienced instructors and fall protection certification. Please reach out to one of our Tanner customer service reps for more information – Phone: 800-456-2658 | Email: websales@tannerbolt.com.

Tool Drop Safety Solutions Guide – Fall Protection for Tools

Safety Solutions with Tanner

Tanner’s main goal as a Safety Solutions Specialist is to make sure everyone arrives home safe from the job site each and every day. We strive to spread the word on the importance of using the proper personal protection, fall protection & tool drop protection equipment. Safety is a 24/7 job that everyone needs to take part in.

Danger from Above

A dropped wrench may seem innocent enough, but did you know that 8 lbs wrench dropped from 200 ft. could come slamming down to the ground with over 5,000 lbs. of force? If this wrench were to strike you with that amount of force, the resulting injuries could severely hinder your ability to work, if you were lucky enough to survive. While Fall Protection Equipment is for the individual, Tool Drop Equipment is for everyone who works around you.Tool Drop Safety Solutions Guide

Stop the Drop with Tanner

To help Stop The Drop, Tanner has developed a Tool Drop Safety Solutions Guide to help you properly equip your tools with drop protection products. This easy to use guide will be your number one source for quick tool drop solutions.

  • Browse through the most popular tools and equipment used on the job site
  • Find the correct Tool Drop Attachment Point(s) for the tool(s) you are using
  • The detailed Tool Drop Solutions will help you correctly connect the attachment point(s) to your tool(s)
  • Once attached, your tool is now “Tether-Ready”
  • Take your Tether-Ready tool and connect it to an Anchorage Point
  • You are now ready to safely use your tool(s) at heights

Read, Print & Share Tanner’s Tool Drop Safety Solutions Guide

Tool Drop Prevention Systems

Tool Drop Prevention Systems are similar to personal fall arrest systems and include the same types of components. Tool Drop Prevention systems should include: Tool Attachment Points, Connector, Anchorages & Buckets/Bags.

Tool Drop Attachment Points

Tool Drop Attachment Points are similar to a worker’s safety harness, they must be a secure point on the tool that is load-rated for at least the total weight of the ToolDropAttachmentPointstool. Once your tool has an attachment point, it is now considered “tether-ready”.

  • Quick Spin & Quick Rings
  • D-ring Cord
  • D-ring & Quick-Wrap Tape
  • Tool Cinch Attachments

Tool Drop Connectors

Tool Drop Connectors are similar to lanyards or SRLs for personnel. The main function of tool drop connectors is to ensure the toolToolDropConnectors remains securely attached to an anchorage point in the event the tool is dropped.

  • Lanyards
  • Tethers
  • Hard Hat Tethers
  • Retractors

Tool Drop Anchorage Points

Tool Drop Anchorage Points can take many forms due to the wide variety of sizes & weights of commonly used tools & equipment. ToolDropAnchoragePointsThere are two main types of anchorage points for tools: Off the Body, for tools over 5 lbs. & On the Body, for tools under 5 lbs.

  • Tool Belts
  • Belt Loops
  • Holsters
  • Wristbands

Tool Drop Buckets & Bags

Tool Drop Buckets & Bags are designed specifically for drop prevention. Engineered with built in closure systems that help prevent ToolDropBucketsBagsdropped tools & objects.

  • Spill Control Buckets
  • Long Safe Buckets
  • Small Parts Pouches
  • Tool Drop Pouches

Stay Safe from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Working with an Invisible & Silent Killer on the JobsitecoEngine

This invisible & silent killer is Carbon Monoxide (CO), a poisonous, colorless, odorless & tasteless gas. Carbon Monoxide may be odorless, but often gets mixed with other gases with an odor. Carbon Monoxide is a common industrial hazard, CO is the result of the incomplete burning of material containing carbon such as, natural gas, gasoline, kerosene, oil, propane, coal and wood. One of the most common sources of carbon monoxide exposure on jobsites comes from the internal combustion engine.

How Harmful is Carbon Monoxide

In large amounts, carbon monoxide can overcome you in just minutes, causing you to lose consciousness and suffocate. CO is harmful when breathed in because it displaces the oxygen present in the blood, which deprives the heart, brain and other vital organs of oxygen. Carbon monoxide poisoning is deadly, but can also be reversed if it caught in time. Even if you are lucky enough to recover, acute poisoning may still result in permanent damage to the heart & brain. Significant reproductive risk has also been linked to carbon monoxide poisoning.

What are Common Signs of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Symptoms will vary widely from person to person, but will occur sooner in persons most susceptible such as: young children, elderly, people with heart or lung disease, workers at height, smokers & people with elevated CO blood levels. This includes an elevated risk to fetuses.

  • Tightness across the chest
  • Sudden chest pain
  • HeadachecarbonMononxideStopped
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Drowsiness
  • Nausea

Prolonged or High Exposure Can Lead to

  • Symptoms worsening
  • Vomiting
  • Confusion
  • Passing out
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Muscle weakness

What Should You Do if You Expect Someone Has Been Poisoned by Carbon Monoxide

  • Immediately move the victim to an open area with fresh air
  • Seek out medical attention/assistance, call 911 or other local emergency number
  • If victim is still breathing, administer 100% oxygen to the victim using a tight-fitting mask
  • If victim has stopped breathing, administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Make sure that rescuers are not exposed to dangerous carbon monoxide levels when performing rescue operations.

How Can Employers Help Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

  • Install an effective ventilation systems that remove CO from work areas
  • Maintain equipment and appliances on a regular basis that can produce CO
  • Consider switching from gasoline-powered equipment to equipment powered by electricity, batteries, or compressed air if possible
  • Prohibit the use of gasoline-powered engines and tools in poorly ventilated areas
  • Provide personal CO monitors with audible alarms if potential exposure to CO exists
  • Test air regularly in areas where CO may be present
  • Use additional self-contained breathing apparatus with proper air supply in areas with high CO concentrations
  • Use respirators with appropriate canisters, in conjunction with personal CO monitoring, for short periods under certain circumstances where CO levels are not exceedingly high
  • Educate workers about the sources and conditions that may result in CO poisoning as well as the symptoms and control of CO exposure
  • If your employees are working in confined spaces where the presence of CO is suspected, you must ensure that workers test for oxygen sufficiency before entering

OSHA Standards for Carbon Monoxide Exposure

  • The OSHA permissible exposure limit (PEL) for CO is 50 parts per million (ppm). OSHA standards prohibit worker exposure to more than 50 parts of CO gas per million parts of air averaged during an 8-hour time period.
  • The 8-hour PEL for CO in maritime operations is also 50 ppm. Maritime workers, however, must be removed from exposure if the CO oncentration in the atmosphere exceeds 100 ppm. The peak CO level for employees engaged in Ro-Ro operations (roll-on rolloff operations during cargo loading and unloading) is 200 ppm.

Stay Safe – Secure All Cargo & Heavy Loads with Lift-All

Properly securing cargo and other heavy loads is an extremely import practice that must be done correctly each and every time. When cargo and other loads are not properly secured, a number of dangerous & unfavorable events may occur, including: loss of time due to the need to re-secure the cargo, loss of money due to property or other damages & serious injuries or even death from unsecure cargo becoming a danger to the well being of workers near by.

Load Hugger Cargo Control from Lift-All

When you want the confidence to know that your cargo and other loads will be safe and secure throughout the trip, look no further than Lift-All’s Load Hugger product line. Load Hugger cargo control and load securement products are manufactured only using the highest quality materials. They offer the user peace of mind, as well as a wide variety of securement options. Each product meets the U.S. DOT FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) and CVSA (Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance) requirements.

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27 ft. x 2″ Ratchet Tie-Down Strap, 3,300 lb. Load Limit, Polyester Webbing w/Steel U-Hookstanner-options

27 ft. x 2″ Ratchet Tie-Down Strap, 3,300 lb. Load Limit, Polyester Webbing w/Steel Flat Hooks

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Features & Benefits of Using Lift-All Load Hugger Products

  • Meets all U.S. DOT FMCSA and CVSA regulations
  • Ratchet assembly allows easy adjustment
  • All hooks and chain assemblies equal or exceed strength of webbing
  • Webbing is soft and comes in varying widths; will not damage expensive cargo
  • Large selection; choose the capacity that’s right for the load carried
  • Lightweight and easy to handle
  • Large selection of end fastenings, winches, and ratchets make choosing and using the correct assembly easy

Take the Proper Safety Precautions & Operating Practicessecuring-load

The following safety precautions and operating practices should be used every time when using Lift-All Load Hugger products. Not following these, could result in dangerous & unfavorable events causing property damage and/or bodily harm.

  • Inspect tie-down straps and all hardware when the load is first being secured
  • Re-tighten tie-downs periodically during use
  • Never use Load Huggers for anything other than securing cargo. Do not use for lifting loads or towing vehicles
  • The load should be securely blocked and stabilized before tensioning the straps
  • Never exceed rated capacitiessecure-load
  • Use caution when tossing straps and chain anchor assemblies over a load
  • Check installation of portable winches. The ratchet pawl must be at the top of the toothed wheel and bolts tight against the rub rail
  • Weld-on winches should not be cracked
  • Corner protectors and wear pads must be used to protect Load Huggers from edges and abrasion
  • All hardware must be in line with the direction of pull to achieve full strengthweb-damage

Be Sure to Inspect, Before Using

If your Load Hugger products have any of the following issues, they should be removed from service immediately.

  • Cuts, holes, surface abrasion or crushed areas
  • Burns or chemical damage
  • Separation of load carrying stitch pattern
  • Hardware, fittings or tensioning devices which are broken, bent, twisted, cracked, or have nicks and gouges
  • Knotted webbing
  • Splices or other makeshift repairs
  • The loop ends are damaged

Protect Your Hands From Cuts & the Cold with Radians RWG604

With winter weather in full effect, having a warm pair of gloves is a must for all workers who are subjected to the cold weather throughout the day. Gloves that protect you from the cold may be suitable in some situations, but for most workers, they need additional protection from cuts, abrasions, punctures, blunt force impacts and pinching hazards. Due to this need, Radians has developed the RWG604 – Impact Resistant & Cut Protection Winter Gloves. The perfect choice of glove for workers in the oil & gas, material handling & construction industries who work in cold environments.

Radians RWG604 Impact Resistant & Cut Protection Winter GlovesRWG604-gloves

The RWG604 Impact Resistant & Cut Protection Winter Gloves by Radians have an ANSI Cut rating of A4 and an EN388 cut rating of 5.  They features a 2 ply, 13 gauge blue and white HPPE shell to provide excellent protection from cuts and abrasion, while the 7 gauge acrylic terry liner provides warmth in cold conditions.  The black micro nitrile palm coating provides a strong grip in both wet and dry applications.  The high visibility TPR overlays on the back of the hand provides added impact protection.

  • 2 ply, 13 gauge blue and white High Performance Polyethylene (HPPE) provides cut resistance
  • Black micro nitrile palm coating provides protection from abrasion in wet or dry conditions
  • 7 gauge acrylic terry liner provides warmth in cold conditions
  • Seamless cuff design provides a comfortable fit
  • High visibility TPR overlays provide added impact protection. (Patent # 9,241,519)
  • Tested to EN 388 standards for Abrasion Resistance, Blade Cut, Tear, and Puncture ( 4 5 4 4)
  • ANSI Cut Level A4, EN388 Cut Level 5

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Get a pair of Radian’s RWG604 Impact Resistant & Cut Protection Winter Gloves at Tanner Now. Available in (3) sizes: Medium, Large & Extra Large.

3M™ DBI-SALA® Making Fall Protection for Tools Even Safer

The New ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 Dropped Objects Protection Standard

Safe. Secure. Standard.

On July 2nd 2018, the American National Standards Association (ANSI) approved the NEW ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard for Dropped Objects Protection. This new standard was issued to help protect the well fair of workers across the country. For decades, the leading cause of death on construction jobsites has been Falls & Struck by Object accidents. With this new standard and the help of 3M™ DBI-SALA®’s Fall Protection for Tools Solutions, we hope we can change these negative statistics.

Making Tool Drop Safety, Safer

With the release of the new ANSI/ISEA 121-2018 standard, 3M™ DBI-SALA® has relaunched a number of New & Improved Fall Protection for Tools Solutions. Read on to learn more about each of these Tool Drop Safety Solutions. All available online at TannerBolt.com.tool-retractor

New & Improved Fall Protection for Tools

3M™ DBI-SALA® 5 lb. Tool Retractor

  • Retractable design minimizes tangling and tripping hazards
  • 10.25 in. to 50 in. working range (26.04 cm to 127 cm)
  • Use with harness adapter to add an attachment point for the 5 lb. Tool Retractor to your harness webbing
  • CAP 1500156

3M™ DBI-SALA® Harness Adapterharness-adaptor

  • Provides an attachment point for your tools on harness webbing
  • Fast and easy installation–anywhere on your harness webbing
  • Abrasion-resistant and durable
  • CAP 1500161

3M™ DBI-SALA® Quick-Wrap Tape IIquick-wrap-tape

  • Heavy duty 1 in. wide tape conforms to the shape of whatever it is applied to
  • Used with D-rings & tool cinch attachments to create instant tethering points on virtually any tool
  • Proprietary 3M material & adhesive technology helps provide good tear resistance while you work
  • Multiple Lengths & Colors Available

3M™ DBI-SALA® Hard Hat Tetherhard-hat-tether

3M™ DBI-SALA® Hook2Hook Coil Tether with Swivelhook-2-hook-coil

  • Compact Design – stays out of the way when not in use
  • Secure tools up to 5 lbs
  • Coil tether
  • Self-locking aluminum carabiners
  • Ergonomic swivel
  • CAP 1500159 & CAP 1500160 (10PK)

3M™ DBI-SALA® Large Tape Measure Sleevetape-measure-holster

  • Fits most 35′ tape measures
  • Designed for use with our Tape Measure Holster
  • High Visibility Reflector
  • Belt / Holster Clip
  • CAP 1500165

Work Smarter, Not Harder with 3M™ DBI-SALA®

Smart Lock Self-Retracting LifelinesSmart-lock-srl-boxes

While working at heights, the last thing you want your self-retracting lifeline to do is to suddenly lock up unexpectedly. These unintentional lockups can cause delays and may even create a potential safety hazard. Luckily, 3M™ DBI-SALA® has developed the Smart Lock Self-Retracting Lifelines. Reduce unintentional lockups and simplify inspections with 3M™ DBI-SALA® Smart Lock Self-Retracting Lifelines, designed to help increase your productivity and convenience.

The Smartest SRLs Yet

To develop the Smart Lock SRL product line, 3M used advanced motion capture technology to study the way users work, move and interact while wearing a SRL on the jobsite. This data helped engineer an arrest mechanism that is designed to better accommodate the users natural work motions – resulting in fewer unintentional lockups*.

*Compared to previous generation SRLs

The Feature Packed SRLs for Horizontal or Vertical Applications

  • Rugged and lightweight thermoplastic housing
  • Ergonomic handle, designed for easy transport and support during overhead installationsmart-lock-srls
  • Highly-visible orange Leading Edge external energy absorber indicates the product is designed for sharp edge applications
  • Patent pending magnetic retraction control system allows lifeline to rewind at an evenly controlled pace, helping reduce the possibility for harm to people or equipment
  • Swiveling anchorage point and carabiner included
  • Patent pending dual label system located within ergonomic cable handle to simplify inspections and reduce the need for replacement
  • Swiveling snap hook with impact indicator
  • 1,350 lb. Maximum Arresting Force (MAF)
  • 420 lb. weight capacity
  • Connected Safety RFID located in cable handle

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3M™ DBI-SALA® Smart Lock SRLs Available at Tanner
Application Part # Length Lifeline Matterial

Vertical

(Overhead)

3503803 20 ft. Galvanized Steel
3503804 20 ft. Stainless Steel
3503800 30 ft. Galvanized Steel
3503801 30 ft. Stainless Steel
3503820 35 ft. Rope
3503821 35 ft. Stainless Steel
3503824 50 ft. Galvanized Steel
3503823 50 ft. Stainless Steel

Horizontal

(Leading Edge)

3503802 20 ft. Galvanized Steel
3503822 30 ft. Galvanized Steel

 

 

 

Don’t Settle for Any Ordinary Helmet, Get Yourself a KASK Helmet

More than Just a Safety Helmethelmet-variety

Founded in 2004, KASK has been developing, designing, and manufacturing safety helmets of the highest quality for professionals around the world. KASK’s high-quality safety helmets are a perfect combination of technological advancements, functionality & safety, all wrapped up in a sleek attractive design. All of KASK’s products go through rigorous safety and quality tests to ensure customers only receive the highest quality products that they can rely on day after day.

New Additions to Tanner

Tanner is happy to announce the addition of KASK Safety Helmets & Accessories to our ever growing inventory. Tanner will carry (2) of KASK’s most popular safety helmet lines: Zenith & Superplasma. Both are offered in standard and hi-viz versions. Along with the helmets, we will be carrying all of the accessories that go along with each style of helmet. Shop KASK at Tanner

Zenith Helmets

Zenith Safety Helmets offer the user with enhanced comfort and versatility, all while providing the highest levels of protection available. Zenith helmets have received the iF Design Award and the Red Dot Design Award.zenith-helmets

Sanitized – Antibacterial treatment that acts as an internal deodorant counteracting the development of unpleasant odors
Fast3Dry – High-tech 3D fabric that dries very quickly
Up & Down 2.0 – Ensures a precise and comfortable fit around the back of the head
Easy Click System – Quick and easy pressure mount system of the Zenith visors
Removable Front Pad – Easily removable and washable
Award Winning – Received the iF Design Award and the Red Dot Design Award

EXTERNAL SHELL: P.P. Polypropylene – INTERNAL SHELL: HD Polystyrene – HEADBAND: Soft PA Nylon

SIZE: Universal-adjustable from 53 to 63 cm – WEIGHT: 400 g – STANDARD: EN 397 – EN 50365 (Class 0)

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Superplasma Helmets

SuperPlasma Safety Helmets feature a lightweight and compact design, all while remaining extremely comfortable. The high-density ABS plastic outer shell provides the user with exceptional protection from impacts on either side and from above.superplasma-helmets

Sanitized – Antibacterial treatment that acts as an internal deodorant counteracting the development of unpleasant odors
2Dry – High-tech & maximum comfort fabric dries very quickly
Up & Down System – Innovative and exclusive UP & Down technology ensures a precise & comfortable fit around the neck
Micrometrical Adjustment – Size regulation mechanism positioned at the rear of the helmet provides quick and precise adjustment, even when wearing gloves
Ventilation – Maximum ventilation thanks to the ten air intakes

EXTERNAL SHELL: P.P. Polypropylene – INTERNAL SHELL: HD Polystyrene – HEADBAND: Soft PA Nylon

SIZE: Universal-adjustable from 51 to 62 cm – WEIGHT: 420 g – STANDARD: EN 12492

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Take Safety & Versatility to the Next Level

KASK Helmets come with a wide variety of versatile accessories that allow users to enhance the safety levels of their helmets. From face shields to earmuffs, all of KASK’s accessories are specifically designed for their helmets, making choosing the correct accessories easier than ever.

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