CutPRO, which specializes in cut-resistant garments, works with BSIF to prove that “anyone can sell safety, but no one should buy it.” Non-compliant PPE is skyrocketing worldwide through online marketplaces, lowering prices for unregulated clothing and counterfeit CE documents and certificates.
Kayleigh Davis, Head of Sales for CutPRO, said:
As a member of the BSIF Safety Supplier with Safe Supply Certification, CutPRO wants to reassure its customers that they are purchasing from a legitimate supplier of PPE that can educate them on best practices and product care.
An example of the danger of counterfeit PPE was presented by BSIF, where two safety helmets were dropped tested. One was an illegal copy of a cracked safety helmet, even though it claimed to match the original functionality that remained intact.
It was fully marked, embossed and spotted only due to the slight cracks in the shell. As a result, the companies that purchased these helmets were unsuitable for their purposes and violated health and safety regulations, requiring the helmets to be replaced at a considerable cost.
According to BSIF, “High-value resources such as the Registered Safety Supplier Scheme are driving a major transformation in the industry. The happy side effect of this is that BSIF members can PQQ and bid documents by more discerning PPE. That’s what you’re looking for in. Buyers. “
Fiber2Fashion News Desk (SV)
CutPRO, a registered member of the British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF) Safety Supplier, has announced an online shop to improve access to high quality cut resistant PPE. This is important given the worldwide surge in non-compliant PPE through online marketplaces, offering unregulated clothing and counterfeit CE documents and certificates at low prices.
CutPRO in the UK has announced an online shop to improve access to high quality PPE
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