Dress For Windy Weather with Snickers Workwear’s GORE® WINDSTOPPER® Jackets

Delivering great wind protection and efficient ventilation.

delivering performance and comfort at work - integral features of this new range of Windproof Jackets. Sharp, stylish looks and


market-leading GORE® WINDSTOPPER® and stretch CORDURA® fabric technology to make this jacket a must for winter on site or outdoor leisurewear.

This great-looking jacket has a fleece-lined interior for

warmth and climate control fabric to keep your body warm or comfortably cool when you most need it. With a water- repellent fabric, it can be worn on its own or combined with Snickers’ Mid and Base Layer garments. Fashionable and functional, this jacket has long arm

cuffs with thumb grips for warm comfort and a high collar that delvers extra wind protection. It’s also got stretchable side panels in for comfort and flexibility with stretch CORDURA®-reinforced elbows for durability. With street-smart, contemporary designs, all Snickers

Workwear Jackets are packed with must-have features that focus on fit, comfort and freedom of movement as well as using innovative fabrics that deliver long lasting protection.

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Wieland’s New sensor PRO safety limit switches ensure a safe, reliable position monitoring solution


he new sensor PRO safety limit switches (series SLS) from Wieland provide safe position monitoring in virtually any industrial application. With a metal actuator that can be turned and swapped without

tools, sensor PRO SLS switches are a highly reliable position monitoring solution rated to IP66/ 67. Series SLS switches are suitable for use in conveyor object detection, end-position control, door

position detection, and many other safety applications. Actuation of the switch contacts is monitored by Wieland’s safety relays, samos®PRO COMPACT safety controller, or similar devices and will shut down the machine immediately, addressing any safety hazard. The new switches have self-cleaning contacts that provide a maximum reliability of 1mA at

24VDC and a life of up to 30 million operations. They offer the highest of switching even at very low currents and are extremely robust due to the metallic actuator and mounting bracket. Series SLS switches provide tool-free turning of the actuator and tool-free replacement of the actuator and actuators can be rotated or swapped in 45 ° increments by pulling the fastening clip.

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Bureau Veritas teams up with Shepper to launch new solution for COVID-secure confidence


ith continuing uncertainty over local lockdown guidelines and COVID- secure measures, Bureau Veritas has launched a new verification

service to help organisations achieve best practices across safety, hygiene and compliance in the ever-changing landscape. Verify 360 has been developed in partnership with Shepper, a specialist in

data collection, to provide cost-effective assurance of COVID-secure measures based on a physical assessment and detailed performance reports.

The assessment includes series of regular checks, covering best practice in social distancing, signage, one-way

systems, face coverings, cleaning regimes, training regimes and more. It has been designed by experts from Bureau Veritas, a global leader in testing, inspection and certification, and

is completed by Shepper’s nationwide network of data collectors, ensuring a cost-effective approach across multiple sites, irrespective of location.

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