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Dear Seniors, Any color coding should be followed for Safety Helmets for different category of people? If so pls. tell what is it. Thanks in advance. Regards, SSM
From India, Madras
Red is normally used by Fire team members, green is used by First Aiders/medical staff, white helmets for all other staff. Regards,
From Pakistan, Karachi
Actually there is nothing to do with colour of helmets. Its for the protection of organisations greatest assets / HEAD. Though one can use colours for easy identification of persons / employees.
Following colours can be given to :
Red: Fire Fighters / Electricians
Green: First Aiders / Utility operators
Yellow: Workers / All
White : Staff / Visitors
Blue: Contract workers / Casuals
Choice is yours.
Rgds,
Sachin Thorat.

From France, Voreppe
Dear SSM
My suggestion as follows:
Employee – White (marked with Name & Blood group )
Visitors – White ( marked as VISITOR)
Contract Workmen - Yellow
Safety - Green
Electrician, Security, Blaster, Driver & Fire – Red
If you are into selection of helmet go for FRP Helmets. They are giving the best protection than any other material of make...

From India
Dear SSM,
Mr.hami, Mr.sam, Mr.sachin, Mr.PBR, Mr.dipil given a solution about your query.
OSHA doesn’t require any particular colors for helmet as per our requirement and easy identification only we will use differ colors of hardhats. But OSHA required/suggest using high visibility color hard hats that’s why we are use mostly yellow, red, green, and white.
But I heard EM-385 have some standard colors for hardhats I DONT HAVE ANY PROOF I mentioned that section below if anybody get standard color document please share on this thread its help to our EHS professionals. . . AGAIN I MENTIONED I DON’T HAVE ANY PROOF FOR THIS I HEARD THIS FROM MY FRIENDS WHETHER I GET ANY DOCUMENT WILL SHARE WITH US. . .
ER 385-1-6 Standard Color and Markings for Hardhats
Keep on sharing. . .

From United States, Fpo
ER 385-1-6 Standard Color and Markings for Hardhats is for U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. It is not applicable for all. Regards Subhendra
From India
For workmen, Yellow For maintenance, Blue For staff, white For signalmen / riggers, brown For fire watch, red Peddi V R
From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
Very well said Mr. Sachin Thorat, its the safety which is more important than colours.. and codes given by him are also perfect.. One addition I'd like to make, some Pharmaceutical companies provide helmets to their field sales employees, with their logo and a reflector for riding safely at night.
From India, Pune
Yes I also agree with you. This also visible identification of the different CATAGORY OF EMPLOYEES
From India, Gurgaon
Dear SSB,
Your are right its only applicable for corp of engineers sites.Now a days who work in overseas specially afgan,iraq,africa,kenys etcccc..... most of them work with US corp of engineers sites so if u have that EM-385 document please share with us specially its help to me. . .


From United States, Fpo

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