HaVeP Workwear /Protective wear at the Offshore Energy 2014 event

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Last modified: 9 May 2023
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When we say offshore, we automatically think of oil and gas exploration and extraction and marine wind energy farms. And what could be more offshore than the Offshore Energy event? This two-day event will be held this year in the RAI complex in Amsterdam on Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 October. HaVeP Workwear / Protective wear will also participate and focus on the importance of virtually indestructible and standard-compliant safety clothing for employees working on oil and gas platforms and ships.

The importance of standard-compliant safety clothing

Employees must wear certified workwear in order to ensure effective protection against hazards and risks in the offshore environment. HaVeP Workwear/Protective wear has developed the HaVeP® Explorer overall especially for employees working in the offshore sector. These overalls protect the wearer against electrostatic charge (EN 1149), which can lead to sparks and cause fires and explosions. In addition, because the overall is certified in accordance with the ISO 11612 standard, it protects the wearer against heat and flames. The overall is available in winter and summer models.

In addition to the HaVeP® Explorer range, HaVeP will also spotlight the properties of its other certified clothing lines such as the HaVeP® 5safety and the re-engineered HaVeP® Multi Protector lines during the Offshore Energy 2014 event. Attention will also be given to customer-specific clothing lines that comply with the requirements for employees in the offshore sector and simultaneously reflect the company”s corporate identity.

Please visit HaVeP Workwear / Protective wear during the Offshore Energy 2014 event in hall 1010, stand number 10.014.

About Offshore Energy

Offshore Energy was held for the first time in 2008 and has since developed into one of the fastest growing venues for professionals serving the offshore industry. Approximately 500 exhibitors from more than 60 different countries will participate in Offshore Energy 2014, which is expected to attract more than 10,000 visitors this year.

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