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Venom Man to make appearance at 2011 NSC show

Philadelphia, PA - Gateway Safety's Venom Face Protection provides workers with protection against workplace hazards and the company says its contemporary, fang-shaped design is a worker favourite, improving employee compliance rates while...


Health & Safety

September 15, 2011
By MRO Magazine
MRO Magazine

Philadelphia, PA – Gateway Safety’s Venom Face Protection provides workers with protection against workplace hazards and the company says its contemporary, fang-shaped design is a worker favourite, improving employee compliance rates while reducing the cost of PPE for employers.

The fearsome Venom Man will be appearing at this year’s National Safety Council Congress & Expo in Philadelphia, PA, on Oct. 31, 2011. He’ll be wearing Venom Face Protection to show just how dangerous workplace hazards can be to the average worker. The Gateway Safety Booth at the show will offer a trick-or-treat for a product sample or provide a picture for the kids at home.

The Venom Headgear unit has an extra-soft brow pad and nape strap and features a three-part comfort adjustment system. The tension adjustment ensures that visors will stay in place when raised.

Venom Visors are made of a .060-in.-thick polycarbonate material and certified by Underwriters Laboratories to meet ANSI Z87.1+ and CSA Z94.3. They are available in clear, clear anti-fog and gray, as well as 3.0 and 5.0 IR Filter shades, for protection when cutting, brazing, or gas welding.

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The 2011 NSC Expo takes place from Oct. 30 to Nov. 4, 2011. For details, visit http://www.congress.nsc.org.