The Scan range of safety products is designed to protect wearers in the most frequently occurring circumstances under which personal protection is either required or recommended in the building, construction, maintenance and associated industries.
Scan Safety products meet 'EN Standard'
(European Norm) standards where applicable, and the EN reference
number is listed for each individual product within this catalogue.
Some government statutes and EU regulations relating
to personal safety state that personal protection is a statutory
requirement under certain circumstances. The legislation is designed
to cover all aspects of personal safety, especially when health
hazards are known to, or are likely to, exist in the working environment.
In such cases, the regulations specify the 'EN
Standard' relating to the protection capabilities and performance
of the type of products involved.
User comfort and long lasting service are the main considerations for the Scan range of workwear products which are designed to cater for the needs of both the professional user and enthusiastic DIYers. The products are manufactured to a standard that reflects the tough environment in which they are likely to be worn.
When you need technical advice on Scan Safety products, just reach for your phone, call 0845 673 3331, and mention the Scan brand name to talk to one of the safety specialists. You'll have access to a wealth of experience and information about our products, their applications and the standards to which they conform.
If you prefer to use
an e-mail service, send your query to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scan Safety products are made to EN (European Norm) standards which govern the safety industry's manufacturing standards and the suitability of products for protection against specific hazards.
EN reference numbers associated with Scan Safety products include:
Information about the above standards and the applications for products conforming
to each standard can be obtained from the Customer Support Services
contact details listed above, or at http://bsonline.techindex.co.uk
Every employer has a legal obligation to provide clothing incorporating reflective material to employees who, during their work, are exposed to potentially hazardous situations in which they need to be seen by operators of moving machinery or vehicles. The wearing of high visibility clothing will help to minimise accidents because the wearer will be more visible to others, particularly after dark when seen in the light from vehicle headlamps.