If you experience any of the following; PULL OVER AND REST:
You keep yawning.
You have poor concentration.
You have difficulty keeping your head up or eyes open.
You start 'nodding'.
Your eyes feel sore or heavy.
Your vision starts to blur or dim.
You start 'seeing things'.
You find you're daydreaming, thinking of everything else but your driving.
You become impatient and make rash, dangerous decisions.
You feel hungry or thirsty.
Your hands feel sweaty.
Your reactions seem slow.
You feel stiff or cramped.
Your driving speed creeps up or down.
You start making poor gear changes.
You wander over the centreline or into another lane or onto the road edge.
You hear a droning or humming in your ears.
You don't notice a vehicle until it suddenly overtakes you.
You can't remember the past few kilometres.
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Specialised Safety Equipment Australia | Load Containment Safety Nets
Specialised Safety Equipment Australia's management has many years of experience in industries that require special emphasis to be placed upon safety. This experience has been gained in the building and construction, transport and training industries and the experience has been hands on as well as in management. In gaining this experience we have developed relationships in many fields which has allowed us to develop our products to be the best on the market.
These relationships include people in the regulatory bodies that overlook industry, as well as the manufacturers and end users of safety equipment. Safety nets are required for a multitude of purposes as well as for personnel fall safety (PFS).
Catching items falling from racking, conveyors, construction sites, bridges, dam walls, confining freight to within loaded trucks, utes or trailers etc are some of the uses to which nets are put. At Specialised Safety Equipment Australia our nets are based on the guidelines from the 'BS EN 1263-1' standard. This is an International standard which no other company in Australia has met.