PPE and Safety Workwear

Wholesale Workwear, Personal Protection, Safety Equipment & Accessories

We stock the biggest range of safety equipment, workwear & personal protective equipment (PPE) in Australia, all at wholesale prices. From safety signs to chains, tags, tape, mesh, and bollards. Safety glasses, visors & goggles, safety boots, hi-vis clothing, uniforms & headwear, hard-hats, respiratory protection, hearing protection and more.

Personal protective equipment (PPE) is a term that describes a wide range of products such as protective clothing, helmets, goggles, or other garments. It also includes items such as instructions, procedures, training, and supervision to encourage people to work safely and responsibly.

These products protect workers and worksite visitors from hazards within the workplace, thus increasing safety. These hazards include (but are not limited to):

  • Physical hazards
  • Electrical hazards
  • Heat hazards
  • Chemical hazards
  • Biohazards
  • Airborne hazards

Safety clothing or equipment is designed to protect from the risk of injury or illness. Items like gloves, glasses, goggles, visors, ear plugs, muffs, hard hats, respirators and full body suits are all types of PPE that help protect the eyes, ears, feet & legs, lungs, or the whole body.

Choosing the right safety equipment

When selecting and using PPE, all products must be marked and approved by government recognized certification. While you should still choose equipment that suits your needs, checking the specifications on all equipment or garments is critical to ensure the product does the job.

One of the most important factors when selecting this type of equipment is the comfort. You should check that your protective equipment is suitable in size and is comfortable to wear. Not doing so may cause workers to remove the equipment when it’s not safe to do so.

What if I use the wrong gear?

Making sure you match the products used to the hazard or work required is another key component. Many industries have legislation that outlines these requirements. This is designed to protect workers, employers, and the general public.

If you are uncertain whether or not you require any safety equipment or PPE, you can use the following steps to identify or assess risk:

  • Identifying the hazards
  • Evaluating the risks and determining who could be harmed
  • Deciding on precautions and implementation

All employer’s and employees have a duty to protect their staff, themselves and anyone else around them.