Fire Equipment

Personal protective equipment, commonly referred to as “PPE”, is equipment worn to minimize exposure to serious workplace injuries and illnesses. These injuries and illnesses may result from contact with chemical, radio-logical, physical, electrical, mechanical, or other workplace hazards. Personal protective equipment may include items such as gloves, safety glasses and shoes, earplugs or muffs, hard hats, respirators, or coveralls, vests and full body suits.

What can be done to ensure proper use of personal protective equipment?

All personal protective equipment should be safely designed and constructed, and should be maintained in a clean and reliable fashion. It should fit comfortably, encouraging worker use. If the personal protective equipment does not fit properly, it can make the difference between being safely covered or dangerously exposed. When engineering, work practice, and administrative controls are not feasible or do not provide sufficient protection, employers must provide personal protective equipment to their workers and ensure its proper use. Employers are also required to train each worker required to use personal protective equipment to know:
• When it is necessary ?
• What kind is necessary ?
• How to properly put it on, adjust, wear and take it off ?
• The limitations of the equipment.

Head Protection

To protect the head from injury by falling objects, impact with other objects.

Eye and Face Protection

Provide a degree of eye protection while some forms of welding and  An approved face shield or welding helmet can also provide a safety from any dust or small particles and rays.

Hearing Protection

Hearing Protections are objects designed to cover a person’s ear s for protection. At lower, non-damaging sound levels, hearing protection will be very useful and a must.

Respiratory Protection

Whole is preventative, by limiting exposure to moldy environments with ventilation, or by wearing respiratory protection such as face-masks.

Fall Protection

a form of protective equipment designed to protect a person,from injury or damage. The harness is an attachment between a stationary and non-stationary object and is usually fabricated from rope, cable or webbing and locking hardware.Some safety harnesses are used in combination with a shock absorbed, which is used to regulate deceleration when the end of the rope is reached.

The Fire Safety Equipment

The Fire Safety Equipment which are used by the fire fighters to keep them safe.

We know that you have to expect the unexpected every time you go out on a mission. When it comes to protecting and saving lives, there are many challenges you face every day. When answering those challenges, you depend on your knowledge and the quality of your equipment. That’s why SAFE ZONE is driven to prepare and protect you for any mission – and for the work in between.
It’s fundamental for saving lives that fire fighters are well protected and prepared during their assignment to control or extinguish fires.
The safety equipment’s which are used by the fire fighters to keep them safe.

1- Glasses – Eye Protection for Intense Light Sources
(welding, glass blowing, gas welding, oxygen cutting, torch brazing, laser use, etc.)

2- Hand Protection
– Skin absorption of harmful substances
– Lacerations
– Severe cuts
– Severe abrasions
– Punctures
– Chemical burns and irritation
– Thermal burns
– Harmful temperature extremes

3- Body Protection
– watch bands
– safety shoes
– belts
– protective aprons
– sleeves

4- Electrical Protection
– Insulating blankets
– matting
– covers
– line hose
– gloves
– sleeves made of rubber

5- Occupational Head Protection
Helmets designed to protect the head from impact and penetration from falling/flying objects and from limited electric shock

6- Hearing Protection
– Pre-Molded Earplugs
– Push-To-Fit Earplugs
– Metal Detectable
– Earmuffs
– Banded Earplugs

Realted Safety solutions

Maintenance

From an environmental standpoint, it involves creating a systematic approach to complying with environmental regulations

Fire Alarm

A fire alarm system is a set of electric/electronic devices/equipment working together to detect and alert people

Home Safety

home safety refers to the awareness and education of risks and potential dangers in and around a home which may cause bodily harm

PPE

is a type of rigid water Piping which is built into multi-story buildings in a vertical position or bridges in a horizontal position

Firefighting solution

Safe Zone is the leading supplier of complete systems for firefighting in the Egypt