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Exclusive personal protective equipment, PPE, range launched by Brammer and Buck & Hickman

Q-Safe, a comprehensive range of personal protective equipment (PPE) which provides a ‘head-to-toe’ solution for manufacturing and industrial environments, is now exclusively available through Brammer and Buck & Hickman.

Compliant with all relevant European health & safety and quality standards, Q-Safe comprises more than 80 different products, covering head, hand, eye, ear and respiratory protection as well as short-life clothing including coveralls, overshoes and aprons.

Representing great value for money, Q-Safe combines guaranteed, quality-controlled protection with a wide range of ergonomic PPE products to ensure wearability and a suitable fit for each user. With a number of different size, fit and colour options within each product range, Q-Safe provides health & safety managers with the confidence that the individual needs of each employee can be catered for. Q-Safe products are also fully compatible with Invend™ dispensing via vending machines (industrial vending at line side) for a complete audit control of stock levels and PPE consumable usage.

Ian Ritchie, Managing Director of Brammer and Buck & Hickman, explained: “While manufacturers are always seeking to reduce costs, PPE and the protection of employees is one area in which they cannot compromise. Q-Safe provides an effective and viable solution to the challenge of reducing purchasing costs while maintaining a duty of care to staff members and adhering to stringent health & safety legislation. Offering real value for money, the range is practical and affordable without cutting corners on safety.”

For further information, please visit www.brammer.co.uk/q-safe or

www.buckandhickmanuk.com

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