Würth launches high-tech safety equipment range in Sri Lanka

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Würth Lanka (Pvt.) Ltd, the leader in motor vehicle and construction industry aftermarket products and solutions, recently launched its state-of-the-art safety equipment range of solutions for personal protection recently. 

Würth’s Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) ranges from protective work clothing, equipment, respiratory, eye, fall, hearing, hand and skin protection equipment and solutions to safety shoes.      

“Unknowingly and most often unintentionally, workers and employees in factories, offices and warehouses are exposed to the risk of accidents and/or damages to their health. This is a primary concern affecting efficiency and effectiveness of operations in any type of industry. Since Würth safety equipment conforms to the European Committee for Standardization ‘EN’ standards and specifications, employees can get about their work with complete trust in their safety equipment,” said Würth Lanka (Pvt.) Ltd Sales Consultant Roshan Jayaweera.

“Companies now have the option of obtaining technical advice from our well trained staff on safety-related matters and appropriate safety measures and equipment that are appropriate to mitigate any safety-related risks. Würth Gmbh is one of the world’s largest safety equipment providers based in Germany. Würth Lanka will be providing installation, maintenance, servicing and on-going support for Würth safety equipment in Sri Lanka,” he added.   

The selection of appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) is essential to afford employees the best possible protection. While providing CPS SAFETY protective equipment, Würth Lanka as an expert partner, is capable of providing clients with prevention measures and solution approaches. Clients will also receive information on legal principles and guidelines for protecting the health and safety of employees in any situation.

Würth Lanka will be organising a series of seminars and workshops to educate the corporate sector on the need to provide protective equipment for employees and the many types of safety equipment available such as safety shoes, safety goggles, masks and many more to ensure the safety of their employees in different work environments such as offices, factories, workshops, warehouses, cold storages, quarries, etc. 

Würth Lanka (Private) Limited is a fully-owned subsidiary of Würth International, AG and belongs to Adolf Würth GmbH, Germany, the parent company of the Würth group. 

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