VENTURA, Calif., Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Whether you're restoring power at great heights or working daily on the construction site -- within this scope of work, you're in a risky environment and rely on your hard hat to keep you safe while on the job. That's why the innovators at Hammerhead Industries® have created the ultimate safety solution for your hard hat that prevents on-the-job accidents due to dropping while providing convenient stow-away capabilities -- the new Gear Keeper Hard Hat Lanyard(TM).
Safety engineers are catching on to the latest trend for workplace safety by requiring employees to tether their hard hats when working at great heights. Thankfully, Gear Keeper has answered this industry call with the first reliable lanyard specially constructed and designed for hard-hat safety.
The new Gear Keeper Hard Hat Lanyard (model RT5) features a 2.5 oz. retraction force that takes up any un-used slack, keeping the lanyard close to the body and minimizing frustrating and un-safe entanglement issues. And, when it's time to break for lunch, the Gear Keeper Hard Hat Lanyard allows you to relax, take off your hard hat and drape it over your shoulder for safekeeping.
The new Gear Keeper can tether any hard hat weighing up to 18 oz (although most weigh in around 14 oz.), while its sturdy, industrial-grade spectra/nylon line extends up to 14-inches. Plus, its robust stainless steel spring and hardware and a high-impact case allow it to stand up to daily rigorous use and abuse of workers on the job.
With the new Gear Keeper Hard Hat Lanyard, securing your hard hat is quick and easy thanks to the units convenient snap clip mount. And, when you're ready to call it a day, Gear Keeper's signature Quick Connect(TM) System allows your hard hat to be easily disconnected without completely removing the lanyard's base.
For more information about the new Gear Keeper Hard Hat Lanyard contact Hammerhead Industries, Inc. at 1501 Goodyear Avenue, Dept. P, Ventura, CA 93003 * Phone: (805) 658 9922 * Fax: (805) 658-8833 * Or visit www.gearkeeper.com.
SOURCE Hammerhead Industries