- High-impact polystyrene cups for comfortable, effective fit
- Acoustic foam lining provides great protection
- A reinforced plastic headband makes the earmuffs longer-lasting
Earplugs are a popular form of hearing protection, because they're compact and lightweight, which makes them easy to store and carry. They're not suitable for all types of work, however, and can be impractical at times. Earmuffs make an excellent alternative to plugs, especially in situations where they need to be removed and put back on frequently, as they're easier to keep track of than earplugs, and putting them back over the ears is quicker than inserting plugs.
These JSP earmuffs are a cost-effective way to provide effective hearing protection, and their attractive price means it's not expensive to keep several pairs in stock for all your staff and visitors to use. This helps you fulfil your obligations under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, as you'll always be able to provide effective protection to those who need it. Despite the low cost, the earmuffs have a high-quality build and are designed to be hard-wearing, so they perform well in tough environments.
The reinforced plastic headband is shaped to be comfortable to wear, and its durable construction means the ear protectors won't be damaged easily even while being used frequently throughout the day. They have high-impact polystyrene cups to protect and cushion the ears, and an acoustic foam lining that provides attenuation of 25dB for excellent protection in noisy environments.
If you prefer earplugs because of their smaller size but would find earmuffs useful because they're harder to lose and easier to use on and off while working, corded earplugs might suit your needs well as a compromise between the two types of hearing protection.
These ear defenders are designed and built to comply with the relevant British Standards, and they're also CE certified, so their quality and effectiveness are assured.
Display a highly visible yellow floor sign at the entrances to ear protection areas to ensure people are aware of the PPE requirements before they enter. The signs have a large symbol to make their message clear and are coated with an anti-slip layer to maximise safety and prevent accidents.