Faceshields should be considered as only part of a larger system to protect the whole head, as they do not always protect the top of the head from impact hazards. That’s why it’s important to look for faceshields that either integrate the functionalities of or work with other types of PPE—such as hard hats—to help address head impact hazards. Always consider the potential hazards of any worksite before selecting the type of face protection you will use.
Wearing the right head protection—bump caps, hard hats, or safety helmets—can help reduce the potential for injury.
This short eBook explains your choices for head protection by industry and job, features and benefits, longevity and care requirements, as well as compliance information. Download the eBook (PDF, 1.99 MB).