FLASH fire can happen in an instant. Whether in an industrial environment or as part of an emergency services crew, workers are often surrounded by flames, sparks, molten metals and electrical arc hazards, combined with flammable liquids, chemicals and gases.
The S&H Protex range of clothing comprises industrial flame retardant workwear, specialist application garments and fire fighting ensembles.
Produced by Australian owned Stewart and Heaton Clothing , the S&H Protex range will be on display at The Safety Show, Sydney, running from October 26-28.
The fire fighting garments of the S&H Protex range are certified to Australian Standards. Stewart and Heaton Clothing claims to be the first Australian company licensed to produce Certified Fire Fighting Garments (both wildland and structural fire ratings).
The company can also provide a total apparel management service, covering all aspects of the supply and management of uniforms and work wear.
A range of products and a computer presentation of fire fighting and industrial work wear applications will be at stand P02 at The Safety Show, Sydney. The show runs from October 26-28, at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park.
For information, visit www.thesafetyshow.com or contact Australian Exhibitions and Conferences on 03 9654 7773.