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in an effort to motivate children to use bicycle helmets, design and innovation firm MOEF has created protective head gear in the shape of a LEGO figure’s hair.
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Workplace Injuries: Why You Should Be Protected Workplace injuries occur every day, ranging from small injuries to injuries resulting in hospitalizati
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This item has been discontinued. Limited quantities available. Please see Astro Bod Fast Harness listing for more options. The AVAO BOD FAST fall arrest, work positioning and suspension harness is designed for greater comfort in all situations. Wide, semi-rigid waistbelt and leg loops give excellent support. Its lightweight, breathable construction maximizes air flow. The shoulder straps have a system for stowing the fall arrest lanyard connectors and keeping them within reach. The…
Motorcycles can let you ride free, but they don't have the extra layers of protection a car does if you find yourself in a crash. For better protection, you'll need to find some safety gear created for motorcyclists. We've researched and compiled a list of essential motorcycle safety gear that you need on the wide-open …
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Me gusta la idea de un chaleco reflectante y de alta visibilidad que colocado encima de la cazadora te hace más visible en la oscuridad y en la distancia, además está dotado con sendos airbags que …
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playmobil-shaped safety gear literally gives you helmet hair
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You can't help it. It's a reflex. You stick out your hand when you fall — it's better to stop the descent with your palm than your face, right? That's fine when you're ambling down the street, but add an extra 80 mph and the weight of a motorcycle to the momentum equation and the bones in your paw might not take the strain very well. They could shift, buckle — even snap. What you need is an exoskeleton. If you know Tony Stark, you might be able to get something custom. For the rest of us…
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One designer whips up a motorcycle helmet concept that uses a simple idea and advanced materials to reduce the risk of accidents.
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