Type Protective Helmetwarnings, cautions, and instructions
HELMET DESCRIPTIONThis helmet meets the requirements of the ANSI Z 89.1, 1997 Stan-dard for protective headwear for industrial workers. The ANSI electri-cal insulation classification listed below is indicated on the label in-side the helmet.
Class G (formerly Class A) - Tested to 2,200 voltsClass E (formerly Class B) - Tested to 20,000 voltsClass C - Not tested
This helmet is certified by the Safety Equipment Institute (SEI).
This helmet is a system consisting of a shell and suspension whichwork together as a unit. An optional chinstrap is available that workswith the suspension to provide additional helmet retention. Since it isa system, each part must be kept in good condition to provide protec-tion. This helmet is designed to provide LIMITED impact and penetra-tion protection to the wearers head in the event of a blow to the top ofthe head. Class G and E helmets are also designed to provide LIM-ITED electrical insulation protection. This helmet has been shippedwith suspension disengaged from shell to prevent distortion duringshipping. Install suspension as follows:
1. Set the helmet on its top.2. Line up the suspension so that the sweatband is on the side of the
cap with the letters MSA stamped on the brim.3. Fold the clips up and out (Fig. 1) slotted; (Fig. 2) riveted.
Slotted Hats and Caps
4. Line up the clips with the slots. Push each of the four clips into itsslot (Fig.3). You should feel and hear them snap into place.
WARNINGTHESE INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE CAREFULLY READ BY ALLINDIVIDUALS WHO WEAR OR MAINTAIN THIS HELMET, IN-CLUDING THOSE WHO HAVE ANY RESPONSIBILITY INVOLV-ING THE SELECTION, APPLICATION, USE OR REPAIR OF THISHELMET. THE HELMET WILL PERFORM AS DESIGNED ONLYIF IT IS USED AND MAINTAINED ACCORDING TO THE IN-STRUCTIONS. OTHERWISE, IT COULD FAIL TO PERFORM ASDESIGNED, AND PERSONS WHO RELY ON THIS PRODUCTCOULD SUSTAIN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.(Video) How to Assemble a Hard Hat
The warranties made by Mine Safety Appliances Company with re-spect to this product are voided if the equipment is not used andmaintained in accordance with the warnings, cautions and instruc-tions on this bag. Please protect yourself by following them.
If, after reading these instructions, there is ANY doubt as to the degreeof protection offered by this helmet, or if there is confusion concerningspecific conditions which may limit the helmets protective capabili-ties, immediately contact your supervisor or safety director. Save thisbag for future reference. If you have any questions or require addi-tional information, please call: 1-800-MSA-2222, or write: MSA, P.O.Box 426, Pittsburgh, PA 15230.
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This Type helmet provides LIMITED impact and penetra-tion protection to the top of the head.
MSA Type helmets are not specifically designed to pro-tect against lateral blows from the front, side, or rear. MSAslateral protective helmets are so designed and MUST beused if lateral protection is desired. For more information,contact MSA. This helmet meets or exceeds the appli-cable requirements for a Type helmet (top impact) asoutlined in ANSI Z89.1 1997 and in most circumstancesshould be effective against small tools, bolts, rivets,sparks, and similar hazards; however, some conditions canexceed this helmets capacity to protect against seriousinjury or death. AVOID areas where the chance of severehelmet impact or penetration exist .
Class G (formerly Class A) and E (formerly Class B) hel-mets provide LIMITED electrical protection as outlined inthe ANSI Z89.1, 1997 Standard. Sample helmets are prooftested to 2,200 volts (RMS) for Class G and 20,000 volts(RMS) for Class E, but these should NOT be construed assafe contact voltages.
In order to provide maximum protection, the helmet MUSTfit securely on the head and the headband MUST be ad-justed to a snug fit. Always wear helmet so that nape strap(suspensions adjustment) is at rear of head; otherwise,reduced protection MAY result particularly if the helmet isworn tilted back. If you prefer to wear the helmet with thebrim backwards, reverse the suspension so that the napestrap remains at the rear of the head. Although properlyadjusted, some conditions such as high wind or helmetimpact can dislodge the helmet from the head. To provideLIMITED additional retention capability, wear a chinstrap.
Although it may provide limited head protection in the eventof a fall, this helmet IS NOT designed for fall protection.
NEVER use this helmet as a vehicular or sports helmet.
NEVER store gloves, cigarettes, earplugs, etc. between thesuspension and the shell. This space is needed when theshell suspension absorbs the energy of an impact. Ob-jects in this space can transmit large forces to the headand neck, resulting in serious injury or death.
Inspect the helmet before and after EACH use. ALWAYSfollow the inspection procedure on this bag. Replace ANYpart showing wear or damage.
NEVER exceed useful service life guidelines of helmet asoutlined on this bag. Replace components or helmet asrequired.(Video) Safety Meeting - Your Expired Hard Hat Is Not Safe!
NEVER alter or modify this helmet in ANY way. Use ONLYMSA supplied or approved accessories with the helmet. Itis permissible to use pressure sensitive identification de-cals or Velcro on the helmet as long as they ARE NOTcloser than 1/2 inch from the edge of the helmet. Modifica-tions, or use of other than MSA accessories, can reducethe protection levels or dielectric properties (if applicable)designed into the helmet.
NEVER use paint, solvents, or hydrocarbon type cleaners(e.g. M.E.K., thinner, gasoline, kerosene) on this helmet.These substances can damage the helmet materials in amanner which MAY NOT be visible to the user, causingthe helmet to fail. Certain paints contain solvents whichcan damage parts of the helmet assembly.
This helmet MUST be stored in a clean, dry area where it isnot exposed to extremes of heat or cold which can affectthe helmets useful service life.
Clean with a mild soap and warm water to help avoid skinirritation from wearing the helmet.
Even though sample helmets are proof tested to 2,200 V.for Class G and 20,000 V. for Class E, the maximum volt-age against which the helmet will protect the wearer de-pends upon a number of variable factors, such as the char-acteristics of the electrical circuit, the care exercised in themaintenance of the helmet and weather conditions. Thesafe and proper use of the helmet in electrical applicationsshould be established by the authority having jurisdictionand their recommendations MUST be strictly followed.See Also"Disposizioni per la formazione del bilancio annuale e pluriennale dello Stato (legge finanziaria 2007)"Restaurant Equipment Certification Marks ExplainedEl cuidado de enfermería ante los procesos quirúrgicos estéticosOSHA Announces Lockout/Tagout and Standards Improvement Project Developments | JD Supra
Riveted Hats and Caps
5. Line up the clips with the studs. One at a time, slide the twoprongs on the clip under the stud (Fig. 4A). Grasp webbingfirmly approximately 2" below the metal clip and pull in a down-ward direction until you hear or feel the clip snap into place(Fig. 4B) .
CAUTION Do not pull on the headband during installation. Pull on
the webbing only, otherwise damage may occur to thesuspension.
Do not mix suspension and helmet sizes. Make sure thesizes match (example: medium size suspension with me-dium size helmet).(Video) 14North Construction Employee Safety Orientation Video NEW 1
Use only MSA suspensions on an MSA helmet.
Failure to comply with the above will reduce the energyabsorbing ability of the protective helmet which can resultin serious personal injury or death.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ADJUSTING SUSPENSION
FAS-TRAC II RATCHET SUSPENSIONU.S. Patent No. 5,950,245
1. Open ratchet band by turningknob counterclockwise asshown in Figure 5.
2. Push top crown strap towardcrown of protective helmet;bottom crown strap will movein opposite direction (Fig. 8B) .
3. Place helmet on head and pushdown on top of helmet untilcomfortable wearing height isreached.
4. Tighten ratchet band while onhead by turning knob clock-wise as shown in Figure 6.Tighten until comfortable fit isobtained.
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NOTE: Specific head sizes are notmarked, however, the standardsize ratchet suspension coverssizes 6 1/2 to 8 1/2.
FIXED-CROWN SUSPENSION (See Figure 7).
1. Adjust for head size by detaching wraparoundtab on sweatband and repositioning collar-button in desired size marked on the band.(Video) The NEW KASK ZENITH X safety helmet is here to change the game!
2. Push top crown strap toward crown of hel-met; bottom crown strap will move in oppo-site direction (Fig. 8B) .
3. Place helmet on head and push down on topuntil comfortable wearing height is reached.
4. Dual slots on the headband permit approxi-mately 1/2 inch vertical adjustment to achievecomfortable position on the forehead; justmove plastic tabs to desired slot.
STAZ-ON SUSPENSION (See Figure 8).U.S. Patent No. 5,896,586
1. Open napestrap adjustment to largesthead size* by squeezing the ratchet lock(per arrows A in illustration). Grasptelescoping portion of napestrap (arrowB) and slide to maximum open posi-tion.
* Specific head sizes are not marked,however, the Staz-On suspension cov-ers the following head size ranges:Small - 6 to 7 1/8, Medium - 6 1/2 to 8,Large - 7 to 8 1/2.
2. Push top crown strap toward crown ofhelmet; bottom of crown will move inopposite direction (Fig. 8B) .
3. Place helmet on head and push downon top until comfortable wearing heightis reached.
4. Place hands at back of head and graspratchet lock (A in illustration above)between right thumb and forefin-ger and then slide tab (C) with thumb ofleft hand (Fig. 8C) .
5. Pull ratchet (A) and slide tab (C) awayfrom each other until comfortable fit isattained.
NOTE: To remove helmet, napestrap can be loosened while on thehead by squeezing ratchet lock with left hand a
ANSI/ISEA Z89. 1-2014 is the latest revision (previous standard of 2009) for industrial head protection. This standard denotes industrial hard hat testing and performance requirements.What is the ANSI standard for hard hats? ›
An OSHA-approved hard hat is a hard hat that meets ANSI Z89.What is the difference between Type I and Type II hard hats? ›
Type I hard hats are only designed to protect workers from objects and blows that come from above and strike the top of a helmet. Type II hard hats are designed to offer protection from lateral blows and objects. This includes from the front, back, and side as well as from the top.What are the three types of hard hats? ›
Types of Hard Hats
The three classes are based on the level of protection they provide from electrical hazards. Class G (General) hard hats are rated for 2,200 volts. Class E (Electrical) hard hats are rated for 20,000 volts. Class C (Conductive) hard hats do not offer electrical protection.