The head of the wearer is protected from potential threats by hard hats and helmets. Their suspension mechanism distributes the force of contact from the torso to the feet, relieving pressure on the head, neck, and spine. These helmets and hard hats have received approval from ANSI and OSHA. The combination of types and classes indicates the impact type (vertical alone or vertical plus angled) and degree of electrical protection (none, low voltage, or high voltage). It is important to regularly check the structural integrity of hard hats and helmets. When OSHA safety regulations necessitate them, hard helmets are worn by construction workers, road crews, and other people. These hard hats and helmets meet the required industrial regulatory standards.
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