Taking Care of you with Quality Safety Gear – it’s what we do!
At Elliotts, it’s all about you - Taking Care of you while you're at work and ensuring you get home safely.Elliotts are leaders in providing world-class safety protection and we are recognised for being forward thinkers with a focus on innovation and quality. That hasn’t changed over the years and is part of our DNA.
We are passionate about taking care in everything we do. Our dynamic and positive spirit to do the right thing by our staff, customers, partners and industry sets us apart and nourishes our capacity to deliver with certainty and to care without compromise.
Our comprehensive range of specialist safety gear includes Safety Gloves and Hand Protection, FR Clothing and Work Wear, Arcflash and Switching Clothing, Safety Glasses and Safety Goggles, Protective clothing for Firefighters, Chemical Hazmat and Chemical Splash Clothing, Welding Apparel and Furnace Clothing, Hi Vis Clothing, Safety Vests, Wet Weather and Cold weather clothing, Welding Screens and Welding Curtains, Welding blankets and Drapes and much more.
The annual Australia Fire and Emergency Conference (AFAC) is just around the corner. Every year this conference attracts and showcases the latest developments in emergency services equipment and technology from around the globe to the Australasian region.
Elliotts will have its range of Structural and Wildlands Firefighting gear, in addition to the specialist cold and wet weather clothing at s...
Cut Resistance is an extremely important requirement when handling sharp materials and or equipment. Knowing where each pair of gloves provides cut resistance is just as important as the cut resistance performance.
For a product to be “certified” to a standard, the manufacturer must satisfy an extensive list of requirements, including the testing of product samples, on-site factory assessment,...
EN388:2003 Protective Gloves Against Mechanical Risk is the globally recognised standard for protective gloves against mechanical risks. AS/NZS 2161.3:2005 mirrors EN 388:2003 and has been reconfirmed in Australia in 2016 and remains current in New Zealand.
EN388:2016 released in November 2016 has replaced En388:2003 in Europe. Testings on resistance to abrasion, tear and puncture are carried ...