Industrial

The risks of the industrial sector

The industrial sector is a production sector comprising relatively heterogeneous branches, each with its own specialization, and constantly changing to adapt from time to time to market demand and new production technologies.

Regardless of the industry, specific risk factors can be identified within the industry sector that can be traced to cross-cutting activities, reflecting a specific task or referring to multiple tasks.

The main risk factors in the industrial sector are those from mechanical, physical, and in some cases chemical/biological exposure. The use of industrial machinery constantly exposes workers to the risk of injuries, bruises or abrasions, either from improper use or from malfunction due to wear and tear or poor maintenance. In addition, working in industrial environments exposes workers to very noisy environments, as well as to mechanical stresses from vibration, highly irritating and abrasive dust or hazardous chemical reagents.

Sicor takes into account all of these possible exposures and identifies the best product for the industrial sector, the most appropriate to meet the needs of the workforce.

Sicor helmets EDL
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THE SICOR FORMULA

The right balance of protection

5%
Fire resistance
15%
Lightness and comfort
60%
Mechanical strength
20%
Electricity resistance

* Impacts - punctures - crushing.

The optimal protection for the industrial sector

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Sicor EDL-01 Helmets

EDL-01

Helmets
The perfect personal protection system for those working in the electrical, mining or industrial sectors....