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Invitation to go to global launch of new PPE product

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Rail health & safety advisors and project and construction managers are invited to the global launch of a personal protection equipment (PPE) product designed to help save trackside workers’ lives.

The Fhoss Technology® Ltd PPE will be unveiled at a private railway in Kent on March 22 (2012) and anyone interested in attending can contact the company for an invitation.

Andy Kimitri, Executive Chairman of Fhoss Technology®, who also invented the product, said:

“We have invited more than 500 people to the launch already but anyone from the rail industry who has not yet received an invitation is very welcome to contact us for all the details.

“Our revolutionary new protective clothing system allows workers to be seen if there is no other light around and also ensures they can see where they are walking too.

“This is the next generation of personal protection equipment and several steps on from the high visibility jackets, trousers and vests workers wear that have been around for more than 50 years and have hardly changed. This isn’t just reflective clothing. It is one step ahead, or even a giant leap forward.

“We have produced a light emitting reflective tape, which has been designed for use in professional environments where wearing a high visibility garment, such as a vest, is often mandatory due to ever growing health and safety regulations.”

The Fhoss Technology® PPE will be unveiled at Spa Valley Railway in Royal Tunbridge Wells from 5pm on Thursday, March 22 and anyone interested in attending should contact the company for an official invitation and further details.

For more information about Fhoss Technology® launch or for an invitation to the event, please visit www.fhoss.com or call 0845 519 2725.

Fhoss Technology® are sponsoring this year’s Rail Safety Summit in Loughborough on 19th April.

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