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September 23, 2021

Professional Tool Reviews for Pros


Milwaukee Safety Helmets Improve Protection and Comfort

Milwaukee Safety Helmet

Milwaukee has been in the PPE business for quite a while and their hard hats are no strangers when we’re on a jobsite. There’s always room for improvement and with a line of updated Milwaukee safety helmets, they’re addressing those areas.


What Milwaukee Says

“With more than half of fatal work-related traumatic injuries resulting in falls, workers are becoming more aware of the dangers of slips, trips, and falls. For that reason, there is a growing trend in helmet adoption by general contractors and sub-contractors because helmets offer side protection whereas traditional hard hats only include the top of head protection. Unfortunately, some helmets on the market today often sacrifice safety for comfort and style (and vice versa). With our new Safety Helmets, you don’t need to make that trade-off, as they provide a high level of both safety and comfort.”

Zach Richman, Group Product Manager for Milwaukee Tool

Updated Milwaukee Safety Helmet Big Deal

We’re talking hard hats and safety helmets, so of course, safety is the biggest deal. By encompassing both top and side protection across the entire line, they offer better protection than top-only designs. The line consists of both Class C and E options within the Type 2 range.


Milwaukee Safety Helmet

The other side of the hard hat coin is comfort. Milwaukee safety helmets have a padded suspension system with a ratcheting adjustment. For your comfort and everyone around you, they have an anti-microbial sweatband and helmet liner designed to prevent odor and bacteria. They’re machine washable and replaceable.

Comfort Suspension

For those of you used to Milwaukee’s hard hats, they’re keeping the Bolt accessory system in play on these helmets as well. If you haven’t tried the Bolt system yet, there’s no time like the present.

Milwaukee Safety Helmet

Milwaukee Safety Helmet Certification

  • ANSI Type 2
  • Absorption Clauses 4.2.1.2 (front), 4.2.1.3 (side), and 4.3.1.4 (read)
  • Retection System Clauses 4.3.3 (strength) and 4.2.4 (effectiveness)

*Clauses related to EN 12492: 2012

Additional Features

  • Front or no brim styles
  • Available in white, yellow, blue, green, red, black, and orange colors
  • Ratcheting suspension, sweat band, helmet liner, and chin strap replacements available

Milwaukee Safety Helmet Price

Expect these helmets to retail for $109.97 as they hit Milwaukee retailers in September 2021.

Milwaukee Safety Helmet Options

  • White Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C 48-73-1300
  • White Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E 48-73-1301
  • Yellow Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C 48-73-1302
  • Yellow Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E  48-73-1303
  • Blue Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C 48-73-1304
  • Blue Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E 48-73-1305
  • Green Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C 48-73-1306
  • Green Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E 48-73-1307
  • Red Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C 48-73-1308
  • Red Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E 48-73-1309
  • Black Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C 48-73-1310
  • Black Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E 48-73-1311
  • Orange Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C 48-73-1312
  • Orange Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E 48-73-1313
  • White Front Brim Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C 48-73-1320
  • White Front Brim Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E 48-73-1321
  • Yellow Front Brim Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C 48-73-1322
  • Yellow Front Brim Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E 48-73-1323
  • Blue Front Brim Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C 48-73-1324
  • Blue Front Brim Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E 48-73-1325
  • Green Front Brim Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C 48-73-1326
  • Green Front Brim Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E 48-73-1327
  • Red Front Brim Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C  48-73-1328
  • Red Front Brim Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E 48-73-1329
  • Black Front Brim Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C 48-73-1330
  • Black Front Brim Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E  48-73-1331
  • Orange Front Brim Vented Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class C 48-73-1332
  • Orange Front Brim Safety Helmet – Type 2, Class E 48-73-1333

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