Helmet-mounted ear defenders must be compatible with the specific brand or model of safety helmet to ensure adequate protection for the wearer, says Matthew Judson.
When personal protective equipment (PPE) is required to be worn for a particular work environment or task, several items are usually involved. A common combination is head and hearing protection, so most safety helmets have a facility, usually an accessory slot at each side, to allow them to be fitted with hearing protection. To work properly, however, the different types of PPE must be compatible.
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