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Shanghai Sunland Industrial Co., Ltd is the top manufacturer of Personal Protect Equipment in China, with 20 years’experience. We are the Chinese government appointed manufacturer for government power,personal protection equipment , medical instruments,construction industry, etc. All the products get the CE, ANSI and related Industry Certificates. All our safety helmets use the top-quality raw material without any recycling material.

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01Solutions to meet different needs

We provide exclusive customization of the products logo, using advanced printing technology and technology, not suitable for fading, solid and firm, scratch-proof and anti-smashing, and suitable for various scenes such as construction, mining, warehouse, inspection, etc. Our goal is to satisfy your needs. Demand, do your best.

02Highly specialized team and products

Professional team work and production line which can make nice quality in short time.

03We trade with an open mind

We abide by the privacy policy and human rights, follow the business order, do our utmost to provide you with a fair and secure trading environment, and look forward to your customers coming to cooperate with us, openly mind and trade with customers, promote common development, and work together for a win-win situation.

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Hezhou electric safety helmet
HWSA – Scaffolding checklist
HWSA – Scaffolding checklist

Are ties provided (,Vertical distance between, the supporting surface and the first level of ties ,shall, be not more than three times the least bay width, subject to a maximum of 4m, ,vertical distance between, adjacent level of ties ,shall, not exceed 4m, (AS1576.6 s3.6) every 4m (vertically) in height

Guidelines for the European Standard EN ISO 14122-3
Guidelines for the European Standard EN ISO 14122-3

The EN ISO 14122-3 standard requires a minimum height of 1.10 m for the railings and the handrail must have a diameter ,between, 25 and ,50 mm,. It is also stated that any point on the handrail and any barriers or obstacles, there must be a free space of 100 ,mm,.

Motorcyclist At Large: Motorcycle Helmets: The Indian ...
Motorcyclist At Large: Motorcycle Helmets: The Indian ...

For the rigidity test, the ,helmet, is mounted ,between, two ,vertical, plates and basically squeezed. The initial load is 30 N. Then, it is jacked up by 100 N every two minutes until you reach 630 N. The 630N is held for 2 min, and then the ,distance between, the two plates is measured and compared to the initial ,distance,.

DOT Motorcycle Helmet Safety Standard - webBikeWorld
DOT Motorcycle Helmet Safety Standard - webBikeWorld

Rigid projections outside any ,helmet,’s shell ,shall, be limited to those required for operation of essential accessories, and ,shall, not protrude more than 0.20 inch (5 ,mm,). S5.6 Labeling. S5.6.1 Each ,helmet shall, be labeled permanently and legibly, in a manner such that the label(s) can be read easily without removing padding or any other permanent part, with the following:

Working at Height Procedure.docx - Working at Height ...
Working at Height Procedure.docx - Working at Height ...

Ladders ,shall, be used at such an angle that the horizontal ,distance, from the foot of the ladder to the structure the ladder rests against is one quarter (¼) of the length of the ladder. v. Every ladder or run of ladders rising a ,vertical distance, of 6m or over ,shall, be provided with an intermediate landing place or places so that ,the vertical distance between, any two successive landing places ...

Bicycle Helmet Standards Comparison
Bicycle Helmet Standards Comparison

Australia/NZ ,Helmets, for riders over 4 years old: test line defined for size J headform as starting in front at a ,distance, of 86 ,mm, above the basic plane, stepping down to 61 ,mm, at a point 36 ,mm, in front of the Central and ,Vertical, Axis, and then stepping down to 36 ,mm, above the basic plane at a point 65 ,mm, behind the Central and ,Vertical, Axis and continuing around the back of the head.

No. S 50 (CHAPTER 68) ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS
No. S 50 (CHAPTER 68) ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS

10. United States Consumer Product ,Safety, Commission (CPSC) 16 CFR Part 1203 ,Safety, Standards for Bicycle ,Helmets,. 0. Reg. 411/95, s. 1; 0. Reg. 38/03, s. 1 (1). (2) The ,helmet shall, bear the mark of the standards authority or the mark of the manufacturer showing that the ,helmet, …

§571.218 49 CFR Ch. V (10–1–04 Edition)
§571.218 49 CFR Ch. V (10–1–04 Edition)

A ,helmet shall, not have any rigid projections inside its shell. Rigid projections outside any ,helmet,’s shell ,shall, be limited to those required for operation of essential ac-cessories, and ,shall, not protrude more than 0.20 inch (5 ,mm,). S5.6 Labeling. S5.6.1 Each ,helmet shall, …

DOT Motorcycle Helmet Safety Standard - webBikeWorld
DOT Motorcycle Helmet Safety Standard - webBikeWorld

Rigid projections outside any ,helmet,’s shell ,shall, be limited to those required for operation of essential accessories, and ,shall, not protrude more than 0.20 inch (5 ,mm,). S5.6 Labeling. S5.6.1 Each ,helmet shall, be labeled permanently and legibly, in a manner such that the label(s) can be read easily without removing padding or any other permanent part, with the following:

Bicycle Helmet Standards Comparison
Bicycle Helmet Standards Comparison

Australia/NZ ,Helmets, for riders over 4 years old: test line defined for size J headform as starting in front at a ,distance, of 86 ,mm, above the basic plane, stepping down to 61 ,mm, at a point 36 ,mm, in front of the Central and ,Vertical, Axis, and then stepping down to 36 ,mm, above the basic plane at a point 65 ,mm, behind the Central and ,Vertical, Axis and continuing around the back of the head.

No. S 50 (CHAPTER 68) ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS
No. S 50 (CHAPTER 68) ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS

10. United States Consumer Product ,Safety, Commission (CPSC) 16 CFR Part 1203 ,Safety, Standards for Bicycle ,Helmets,. 0. Reg. 411/95, s. 1; 0. Reg. 38/03, s. 1 (1). (2) The ,helmet shall, bear the mark of the standards authority or the mark of the manufacturer showing that the ,helmet, …

CPSI Exam Flashcards | Quizlet
CPSI Exam Flashcards | Quizlet

For sliding poles not accessed from platforms, the fall height is the ,distance between, a point __ the highest point of the pole and the protective surfacing. 60 inches (T/F) The top of the sliding pole's support structure should not be a designated play surface.

Fire Services Department - Physical Fitness Test for ...
Fire Services Department - Physical Fitness Test for ...

fails to complete the ,distance, of tunnel crawl independently. fails to cross the end line. Within 19.5 seconds: Video: 4. Obstacle Course * A candidate, wearing a fire ,helmet,, a pair of gloves and a set of breathing apparatus, is required to retrieve a rolled hose from a fire engine** and carries the hose towards a mark 23 metres away.

CPSC Bicycle Helmet Standard
CPSC Bicycle Helmet Standard

This ,vertical distance shall, be specified by the manufacturer for each size of ... The height of the curbstone anvil ,shall, not be less than ,50 mm, (1.97 in.), and the length ,shall, ... [Page 11735]] ,Helmets, for Persons Age 5 and Older'' or ``Complies with U.S. CPSC ,Safety, Standard for Bicycle ,Helmets, for Persons Age 1 and Older ...

Bicycle Helmet Standards Comparison
Bicycle Helmet Standards Comparison

Australia/NZ ,Helmets, for riders over 4 years old: test line defined for size J headform as starting in front at a ,distance, of 86 ,mm, above the basic plane, stepping down to 61 ,mm, at a point 36 ,mm, in front of the Central and ,Vertical, Axis, and then stepping down to 36 ,mm, above the basic plane at a point 65 ,mm, behind the Central and ,Vertical, Axis and continuing around the back of the head.

Gas Safety Act -- B.C. NATURAL GAS AND PROPANE CODE …
Gas Safety Act -- B.C. NATURAL GAS AND PROPANE CODE …

7.3.6 An air supply inlet opening from the outdoors ,shall, (a) have a minimum ,vertical distance, of 24 inches (600 ,mm,) ,between, the bottom of the intake grill and the finished grade at the point of intake in order to prevent obstruction of the combustion air intake by …

Kask Safety Cycling
Kask Safety Cycling

Australia/NZ ,Helmets, for riders over 4 years old: test line defined for size J headform as starting in front at a ,distance, of 86 ,mm, above the basic plane, stepping down to 61 ,mm, at a point 36 ,mm, in front of the Central and ,Vertical, Axis, and then stepping down to 36 ,mm, above the basic plane at a point 65 ,mm, behind the Central and ,Vertical, Axis and continuing around the back of the head.

§571.218 49 CFR Ch. V (10–1–04 Edition)
§571.218 49 CFR Ch. V (10–1–04 Edition)

A ,helmet shall, not have any rigid projections inside its shell. Rigid projections outside any ,helmet,’s shell ,shall, be limited to those required for operation of essential ac-cessories, and ,shall, not protrude more than 0.20 inch (5 ,mm,). S5.6 Labeling. S5.6.1 Each ,helmet shall, …

Kask Safety Cycling
Kask Safety Cycling

Australia/NZ ,Helmets, for riders over 4 years old: test line defined for size J headform as starting in front at a ,distance, of 86 ,mm, above the basic plane, stepping down to 61 ,mm, at a point 36 ,mm, in front of the Central and ,Vertical, Axis, and then stepping down to 36 ,mm, above the basic plane at a point 65 ,mm, behind the Central and ,Vertical, Axis and continuing around the back of the head.

gas stove clearances
gas stove clearances

18/7/2010, · II) The minimum ,vertical distance between, cooktop elements or burners and combustible material ,shall, be 600mm or such greater ,distance, as specified by the manufacturer. III) The minimum horizontal ,distance, from the periphery of any hotplate element or burner to a combustible surface ,shall, be 300mm or such greater ,distance, as specified by the appliance maufacturer.