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What you need to know about the Petzl SWIFT RL PRO

Wednesday, 19 February 2020 11:36:31 am Australia/Perth

With 900 lumens of lighting power, the SWIFT RL PRO is Petzl’s brightest compact headlamp. Lightweight and rechargeable, the SWIFT RL PRO features REACTIVE LIGHTING® technology, which automatically adjusts brightness to user needs. Equipped with mixed and focused beams, as well as white and red lighting, technicians will simply love this headlamp in the workshop, for small maintenance jobs, and for concerts and shows.

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Petzl Maestro Features

Friday, 7 February 2020 1:30:29 pm Australia/Perth

MAESTRO rescue descenders: when facing the unexpected

On big walls, in ravines, or in confined spaces, the new MAESTRO descenders always provide the right solution for efficient rescue operations.

Compact and lightweight (1100g), they offer unparalleled versatility : whether raising and lowering heavy loads, or when serving as the main or backup belay system. The ergonomic handle, integrated brake, AUTO-LOCK system, and integrated progress-capture pulley mean that rescuers can adapt to any situation they may face during a rescue.

What are the differences between each version?

Both the MAESTRO S and MAESTRO L have the same design and features. The differences between each model are rope diameter compatibility (10.5 mm to 11.5 mm for the MAESTRO S, and 12.5 mm to 13 mm for the MAESTRO L) and maximum load (250 kg for the MAESTRO S and 280 kg for the MAESTRO L).

Learn more about the MAESTRO’s features

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Posted in Products By Petzl Australia

Key Differences Between Respirators and Masks

Friday, 7 February 2020 10:23:36 am Australia/Perth

Comfort Masks:

  • Are not designed to protect your lungs from airborne hazards.
  • Do not have the word NIOSH and the approval type (i.e. N95/P2) printed on the product.
  • Are not cleared by the FDA for use as a surgical mask.
  • Have not been tested to any government performance standards for filtration.
  • Usually have only 1 head strap.
  • Do not fit tightly to the face - there might be gaps around the edges.

Key Differences Between Respirators and Masks

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Posted in Safety News Products By 3M

Which Petzl visor should you choose?

Wednesday, 5 February 2020 8:07:05 am Australia/Perth

An essential piece of gear for keeping your eyes out of harm’s way, choose the visor that provides the protection you need for your job and work environment.

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Posted in Products By Petzl

Novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

Information for university and vocational educations students and staff arriving from Hubei Province, China

An outbreak of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was detected in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China in late December 2019.

Can I attend my university or vocational education facility?

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Posted in Safety News By Australian Government Department of Health

Coronavirus reaches Australia: Man is quarantined in Melbourne after testing positive to deadly Chinese disease - as seven others are isolated amid fears more Aussies could be infected

  • A man has been quarantined in Melbourne after contracting coronavirus 

  • The man travelled to Australia alone from Wuhan, via Guangzhou, on January 19

  • He initially showed no symptoms, but eventually became ill when in Melbourne 

  • There is said to be little risk of the man spreading the deadly virus in Melbourne 

  • The Chinese-national is now isolated at Monash Medical Centre in Clayton

  • Five people in NSW are being assessed for potential infection of the deadly strain

  • Over 40 people have died in China, and 1000 have been affected globally 

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Posted in Safety News By WorkSafeGEAR

China confirms some 140 new cases of Sars-like virus ahead of peak travel season

Wednesday, 22 January 2020 7:28:22 am Australia/Perth

KEY POINTS

  • Chinese health authorities confirmed more than 100 cases of a new Sars-like virus on Monday as the country’s peak holiday travel season begins, sparking concerns over spread of the viral strain.
  • While the virus first emerged in the central city of Wuhan in late December, the 139 new cases reported over the weekend in China included cases from capital Beijing in the north of the country, the southern city of Shenzhen. This brings the total to more than 200 confirmed cases.
  • “It’s highly likely we’ll see this virus spread given it appears there’s some form of human-to-human transmission and given the scale of travel in the lead-up to Chinese New Year,” said Alexandra Phelan, faculty research instructor in the microbiology and immunology department at Georgetown University.

Many Chinese people are heading home for the Lunar New Year - with face masks

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Posted in Safety News By WorkSafeGEAR

Does 3M have a P2 or N95 respirator for children in Australia & New Zealand?

Tuesday, 21 January 2020 2:21:38 pm Australia/Perth

3M Tech Update: Children and P2/N95 Respirators

With school holidays nearing the end, parents are questioning what to do with their children when the air quality is still poor.

Does 3M have a P2 or N95 respirator for children in Australia & New Zealand?

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Posted in Safety News Products By 3M Australia

Heavy smoke and hot conditions in the ACT

Friday, 3 January 2020 5:36:00 pm Australia/Perth

The heavy smoke affecting the ACT is expected to continue while fires continue to burn across the border. During this time, the ACT Health Directorate’s advice remains the same.

**Information last updated on 11 January 2020**

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Posted in Safety News By ACT Health

Tying off the GRIGRI to have your hands free

Friday, 20 December 2019 7:52:27 am Australia/Perth

WARNINGS

  • Read the technical notice before viewing the following techniques.
  • It is important to fully understand the information provided in the technical notice before using this complementary information
  • Mastering these techniques requires training.
  • Consult a professional before attempting to perform these techniques on your own.

When you want to have your hands free to perform a manipulation, tie-off the GRIGRI. Make sure to correctly lock the tie-off. You may let go of the brake side of the rope only when the device is tied off.

Tie-off

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