Head Protection

Wearers of head protection gear are shielded from blows to the head that may cause injuries to the head, neck, and spine. When OSHA requires head protection to shield employees from falling or stationary items, hard hats and helmets are worn; in contrast, bump caps shield employees from small scratches or injuries sustained by walking or running into a stationary object. Hard hats can be customized for a given work by adding chinstraps, head lamps, and tethers. Workers in the construction and electrical industries, as well as roadside crews, warehouse employees, landscapers, inspectors, and other professions, use head protection.

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