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When you think of the potential hazards that may exist at a work site, there may be some dangers that are more obvious than others. If you're working with heavy machinery, then you know you have to take care so that none of your co-workers are in harm's way. An ANSI Class II Mesh Fabric Safety Vest will make it easy to see everyone while heavy equipment is being used. However, there are other personal risks that do exist that you may not always think about. Luckily, Radians has created a number of personal protective items that you can use to ensure the greatest amount of safety for you while you're on the job. One example of additional protection that Radians can offer is with their Custom Molded Ear Plugs. These easy to use, do it yourself, ear plugs are custom molded to your ear's shape so that you can enjoy the maximum amount of protection and comfort. Long periods of time spent near loud machinery or power tools can put your hearing at risk. Along the same lines, random bits of debris or materials can fly through the air unexpectedly. Radians Safety Glasses are both comfortable and fashionable options that will keep your eyes safe during the work day. Browse through all of the Radians products available here at SafetyGearOnline.com.



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