The Protection Misconception Surrounding Safety Helmets

According to a report from the American Journal of Industrial Medicine, construction workers have the highest rate of brain injuries among U.S. workers – both fatal and nonfatal. Traumatic brain injuries represented 25% of all construction fatalities and 24% of all occupational traumatic brain injury fatalities. The report cited the leading causes of traumatic brain injuries for construction workers to be falls from roofs, ladders and scaffolds.


More and more construction and industrial companies have been exploring the use of safety helmets instead of traditional hard hats. Let us help you determine which type of head protection is right for you.


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  • The rising use of safety helmets among construction and industrial companies
  • The difference between type I and type II protection
  • The role work environment plays
  • And discovering the best type of head protection for your application


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