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There are a lot of different options for head protection out there – helmets, hard hats, and gradations in between. What are the safest, most cost-effective helmets?

There are a lot of different options for head protection out there – helmets, hard hats, and gradations in between. What are the safest, most cost-effective helmets?

When you’re looking for head protection in the arborist world, one of your primary considerations is how the helmet or hard hat will stay on in the event of a fall. You also need to be sure the helmet is comfortable, or else you’re likely to take it off! Everyone on your crew needs to wear head protection all the time – so the helmets absolutely must be comfortable and fit right. Finally, beware that some helmets can’t accommodate ear protection. Safety is not a place to cut corners, so investing in good, comfortable, functional head protection with reliable chin straps is a smart use of your money.

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