Headwear

Headwear of various types is used for protecting the head of worker from cold, impact, cuts, slashes or abrasions depending on the nature of workplace hazard. Headwear of one sort or other is used in most workplaces, even workers without direct exposure to industrial or mechanical hazards use headwear for protection against heat or cold. Headwear come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes and beanies, gaiters, work caps, work hats, headgear carriages, headgear visors are some examples of traditional headwear used in all sort of business locations. Normally the type of climate and workplace hazards present dictate the choice of headwear to be used.

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  1. Beanies
    - 25 Suppliers 293 Products

    Beanies are used in most workplaces and are one of the most recognizable pieces of headwear used across the world. Most beanies use layered clothing which is also found in other thermal clothes as this mechanism provides the best possible protection against cold environments.

  2. Gaiters
    - 2 Suppliers 7 Products

    Neck gaiters play an important role in protecting neck and chest from cold and are normally considered part of headwear. Most use highly advanced synthetic fibres for managing the moisture and sweat released by body as if left unchecked this moisture can cancel out the thermal insulation provided by gaiters.

  3. Work Caps
    - 41 Suppliers 852 Products

    Work caps are used in most workplaces and are considered an essential part of personal protective headwear. Depending on the intended use, work caps are available in a huge variety and may differ significantly from each other. Most work caps have special protective features which protect a worker from heat, cold, UV, water, ice etc.

  4. Work Hats
    - 26 Suppliers 463 Products

    Work hats is a generic term which is generally used to refer to any work cap, beanie or work helmet used for protection against climate, temperate, heat, cold, impact, shock or any other sort of workplace hazard. Work hats are generally made up of cotton, wool, wool mix, silk, polyester, acrylic, leather, nylon, polypropylene etc.

  5. Other
    - 33 Suppliers 131 Products

    Other products that didn't quite fit into any of the above categories.

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