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Although wearing a bicycle ,helmet, may seem like a hassle, this simple piece of equipment is vital to your cycling ,safety,. In 2011, according to a report from the Insurance Institute for Highway ,Safety,, 67 percent of people who died from a cycling accident weren't wearing a ,helmet,.
Expiration dates,. Your hard hat is a very important part of your personal protective equipment. They’re the only piece of equipment made to protect you from blows to the head, and shouldn’t just be used in hazardous workplaces with lots of imminent danger—But any job that presents a risk for head injury.
Safety helmets, don’t actually come stamped with an ,expiration date,, but they do have a ,date, of manufacture stamp that you can use to calculate the maximum lifespan. The stamp is as easy to read as a clock face, but it’s up to you to figure out when the ,helmet, should be replaced.
At present, our Highway Code does not provide for an “expiry ,date,”, also because a lot depends on how it is used and the care devoted to it during its maintenance. However, it must be considered that the materials any ,helmet, is made of are subject to normal wear and tear and thus to a gradual decay of the intrinsic mechanical characteristics of the material itself.
5/11/2008, · UV light degrades ,plastic,, and probably a number of other factors affects the lifespan as well, exposure to oil, solvents etc. I have seen on some ,helmets, a ,date, stamp and sometimes a UV sticker that slowly changes to inform the user that the ,helmet, has absorbed a specified amount of …
So it’s important to know the ,date, of manufacturer. Australian-approved (AS/NZS 1698) ,helmets, are supposed to have the ,date, of manufacture sewn into the ,helmet, liner. However, not all Australian-approved ,helmets, include the production ,date,, including some major brands, according to NSW Motorcycle Council ,helmet, expert Guy Sanford.
17/5/2013, · ,Helmets, -- ,shelf life, and useful life. ... Since ,helmets, spend a lot of time in the sun, manufacturers usually put UV inhibitors in the ,plastic, for their shells that control UV degradation. If your ,helmet, is fading or showing small cracks around the vents, ... it's basically impossible to make any claims about ,helmet safety,.
Field tests have shown ,helmet, shells last for three years from issue ,date,. Components of harnesses may deteriorate more rapidly and may need to be replaced. Do hard hats have a use-by ,date,? No, however it’s a good idea to record the ,date, of issue by writing on the inside of the hat with a marker and replacing the hat every two or three years.
Determining Your Hard Hat’s ,Expiration Date, ANSI statute Z89.1-2009 requires particular information to be permanently printed inside each hard hat, including the ,date, of manufacture. The longest a hat should be in service is four to five years from ,date, of manufacture, according to the manufacturer’s guidelines.