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How to Order Custom Hard Hats

January 31st, 2011 Comments off

Interested in custom hard hats, but not sure where to start? We can help. Follow these easy steps for ordering hard hats printed with company names and/or logos.

Step 1:

Visit the Custom Logo Hard Hats page on myHardHats.com to shop for the hard hat you want customized.

Step 2:

Once you select the hard hat you want customized, click the “Hard Hat Customization Free Quote” icon on that item’s product page. Submit the free quote form after filling out your contact information, quantity desired, and custom logo information. Different brands require different minimum quantities for custom hard hats, so be sure to order the correct amount. (Minimum quantity information is provided on the free quote form.)

Step 3:

Once you receive our price quote (usually within hours of submitting your quote form), contact us to let us know if you would like to proceed with your custom hard hat order. If you would like to proceed, we will process your payment and send you a Sales Order Form. At this time, you can submit your logo(s) to info@fullsource.com for us to create a proof.

Step 4:

After approving your proof, allow 2-4 weeks for your hard hat customization order to be shipped (depending on the hard hat manufacturer).

Step 5:

Enjoy the branding benefits of custom logo hard hats!

Our prices are low, so order custom printed Bullard hard hats, custom printed MSA hard hats, and custom hard hats from other popular brands today!

Hard Hat Heating Accessories

December 6th, 2010 Comments off

When you’re working in cold weather, there are several¬† precautions you can take to keep from getting the flu, frostbite or even hypothermia. According to OSHA, one of the best preventive measures is wearing protective clothing. There are several types of heating accessories that can be worn with hard hats.

Winter liners are the most common type of hard hat heating accessories. While some liners fit around your head, others are designed to protect your neck and face as well. You can find winter liners in one layer, two layers and even 3 layers for extra warmth. Wool and fleece material liners will be more effective than cotton, because they will maintain warmth even if they get wet. This is especially ideal in snowy conditions.

For more mild protection, knitted tube liners can fit over hard hats to protect your head or face. For colder conditions, winter hard hat liners are a better form of protection. These liners are worn around the head, under the hard hat. Many winter liners are flame resistant, and have side pouches that can be used to wear warming packs.

Other cold weather precautions you can take include staying hydrated and keeping a change of work clothes in case your clothes get to wet to wear. In addition to hard hat liners, you can also get winter work gloves and safety jackets instead of safety vests. Stay safe and warm this winter with the right protective clothing.

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