Are you covered?

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 It is important to wear the right protective gear so you can focus on the job. Our range of protective equipment will keep you protected on the job site, with different safety features to keep you covered in any situation.

 Our product range includes 3 Ply Face Masks certified as Class 1 as well as our NEW FFP2 Valved Disposable Masks (PAMA160) which are designed to prevent the formation of moisture inside the mask, and effectively protect against the inhalation of harmful substances.  

A P2 is the rating given to a respirator that meets AS/NZ1716:2003 for filtering mechanically and thermally generated particles, e.g. those from welding fumes. Our PAMA160 is also rated for protection from mists and asbestos fibres.

HAYDN Nitrile Gloves (NTNG) are made out of a synthetic rubber and are an ideal alternative when latex allergies are of concern. Nitrile gloves are the superior glove when it comes to puncture resistance and are available in various pack sizes and three different sizes.

 HAYDN Shoe Covers (PAOSC) provide protection at most job sites. The one size fits all cloth covers are perfect to protect flooring from dirt, scuffs and skids during all types of indoor projects. They are lightweight and breathable, feature an elastic closure and are sold in packs of 20.

 KleenGuard(TM) Nemesis Safety Glasses stylish good looks and durable, lightweight construction are just some of the reasons why millions of people wear them for protection both at work and at home. Made with polycarbonate lenses that provide 99.9% UVA/ UVB/UVC protection to help prevent eye damage like cataracts, retinal damage, and other conditions that can cause temporary vision loss. The wraparound frame has a base curve of 8 that extends the range of peripheral protection, as well as soft touch temples for comfort. They come with a patented nose piece designed to be extremely flexible, to channel sweat away from the eyes, and to help prevent slippage down the nose – all for long-term comfort. Each pair comes with a neck cord for securing them, so the glasses are ready to protect at a moment's notice. Manufactured to comply with the ANSI / ISEA Z87.1+ standard for personal eye protection, they are comfortable and functional for construction, manufacturing and a host of other industries.

The NEW HAYDN Knee Pads (PAKP300) are ideal for professional painters, builders, decorators, gardeners and DIY enthusiasts. Composed of textile support that adapts to the user's knee providing comfort and a protective element that absorbs impact. Each knee brace is equipped with an adjustable strap that provides a perfect fit to stop slipping as you move, these knee pads are one size only and fit most.

Next to Shoe Covers, Knee Pads and Nitrile Gloves Haydn also offers a selection of disposable coveralls designed for either hazardous applications or non-hazardous work.



The Haydn Heavy Duty Disposable (PAOP55) offer a CAT 1 protection level solution against fibres, dirt, dust, grease and grime. Ideal for painting, insulation installation, food processing, mechanical workshops and gardening. Manufactured with anti-static breathable 55gsm fabric. Featuring Thermo-sealed seam and woven polyester cuffs, our Heavy Duty Disposables are Latex and silicone-free and are a simple PPE solution for minimal risks applications.


In addition to our paper and heavy duty disposable coveralls, we’re pleased to also offer a higher level of protection for working in more hazardous environments. Our new Class 5 / 6, microporous coveralls (PAOMP55) are ideal when you need that additional level of safety for more complex jobs. Made from a BWF – Breathable Waterproof Fabric, the micropores allow for breathability, while polypropylene PE laminate is designed to offer a good barrier against hazardous particles and limited liquid splashes allowing these coveralls to be approved PPE wear for asbestos removal, meth lab decontamination and working with biohazards, fiberglass, biosecurity and infective agents. Class 5/6 Coveralls are internationally certified and penetration resistant for premium protection-Chemical (EN368) and Blood (ASTM F1670), are in accordance with the with EN1149-1 antistatic standard and even EN1073-2 approved for protection against radioactive contamination.






Featuring 4 thread seam stitching with 3-3.5 stitches per centimetre, PAOMP55 offer a much stronger seam strength compared to other brands. The 3-panel hood, elasticated wrist, ankle, face opening and waist provide an improved fit and additional comfort while the two-way auto-locking zippers allow easy access to clothing underneath. The Zip fastens to the underside of chin and the double layer storm flap offers extra protection. Available in sizes M-4XL they are ideal for hazardous work ranging from general trades, fibreglass work and insulation installation to healthcare, forensic and laboratory jobs.
To ensure a perfect fit and to guarantee maximum safety when working with hazardous substances, all Haydn Coveralls are available in a wide range of sizes:

Poorly sized and/or poorly designed garments can result in serious problems. Stress on the seams for instance can open up stitch holes, allowing ingress of harmful dusts or liquids. However mishandling the equipment and not following the correct steps while dressing in PPE or taking it off after the job can also leave you exposed to hazards.
Here are some key steps to make sure you stay safe on the job.

Handling PPE equipment properly

To keep your PPE gear working correctly the coveralls and additional equipment like gloves, facemasks and glasses need to be stored in clean condition in the original packaging in a dry place away from direct sunlight and sources of high temperature.

Putting the PPE on: 

  • Check all items to ensure none are missing or damaged 
  • Remove jewellery and watches 
  • Put on the suit and zip it up to the hips
  • Put on the boots (or shoe covers depending on the hazard level) 
  • Put on the filtering face mask and check it fits tightly over mouth and nose
  • Put on the safety glasses 
  • Pull the hood of the suit over your head and zip up the suit until it is completely closed
  • To cover the chin and the zip, press the front flap into place
  • Put on the safety gloves and pull them over the cuff of the sleeves

    Taking the PPE off:

  • First disinfect the safety gloves but do not remove them yet
  • Pull down the hood and pull the suit over the shoulders, turning it inside out down to the hips. At the same time, pull your arms out of the sleeves (a second person with safety gloves and a filtering face mask can help)
  • Take the suit completely off, removing the boots at the same time and place the items in a designated place to avoid decontamination
  • Remove the safety gloves by pulling them inside out
  • Remove the glasses by drawing them forward from the back and place them in the designated place
  • Remove the filtering face mask in the same way 
  • Disinfect your hands and finish off by thoroughly washing your hands, face and any other contaminated areas of skin with water and a disinfectant lotion


    After use, the products must be disposed in accordance with respective rules and regulations depending on the hazard level of the undertaken application. The Coveralls, Face Masks, Shoe Covers and Gloves are only suitable for a single use. 


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