Hard Hats, Advancements, and Options in Head Protection

Sponsored Article by MSA

Throughout the 100-year history of the hard hat, significant advancements have been made to optimize its design including the materials used, a focus on specific applications, the improvement of wearer comfort, and a variety of customization and personalization options. But as standards continue to be evaluated and environments and workforce demographics change, the hard hat will continue to evolve.

MSA safety helmet focuses on providing exceptional comfort and ease of use in a stylish low-profile hard hat design. A complete above-the-neck platform for all applications.

The MSA V-Gard® and Cairns® brands are known for comfort, quality, and durability.

The MSA V-Gard Helmet, with its distinctive trademark “V” design, is a world-recognized brand known for comfort, quality, and durability. MSA has sold well over 100 million V-Gard Helmets since its introduction – so many in fact, that the iconic “V” design has been a mainstay for many years on even the toughest worksites. When you want the best comfort, quality, and durability worn by millions across the globe, you need to buy the original MSA V-Gard Helmet and settle for nothing less.

Learn more about MSA safety head protection, options for different applications, and what to keep in mind when selecting a hard hat or helmet for workers.

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