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Onsite Safety Specialists

RSEA does more than supply safety equipment and workwear. We provide you with safety advice. Our team of 30 trained safety specialists will work alongside your Work Health and Safety (WHS) team – providing onsite safety audits and assisting you in identifying the right safety equipment for your needs.
We want to support your safety initiatives so this is a free service.

Onsite safety recommendations can cover:

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Onsite Safety Equipment Vending Machines

Ensure your team has the right safety equipment 24/7 with an RSEA onsite safety equipment vending machine. It’s the most convenient and cost effective safety solution – providing easy access to essential PPE and safety products. Using the convenience of a vending machine, you can improve your team’s safety compliance while managing your inventory. The RSEA safety equipment vending machines can stock: 


Having access to essential PPE and Safety products at a job site helps productivity by ensuring employees are equipped to work safely, every time, every day, 24 hours a day.

Reduced Cost

Experience gathered at many sites has shown that on-site vending reduces consumable safety product spend by 30% or more, through better accountability and control on the distribution of these items. Further cost savings can be achieved through improved inventory management and forecasting and with reduced labour associated with distribution of these flowing supplies. Vending also protects products from dust and damage.

Improved Compliance

With onsite vending you have access to a continuous detailed record of safety product usage. You can know who is using what product and how frequently. HSE managers and other supervisors are able to monitor compliance with PPE policies and ensure that your workforce is compliant with your safety management system.

VINPAC Case Study

Established in 1975 and located in Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale, Vinpac International provides professional bottling expertise and wine integrated services from wine-making, laboratory and warehouse/despatch to wineries throughout Australia.

“Vinpac international has a three year service agreement with VMI to supply and monitor three PPE vending machines on our site. Over the past 12 months we have seen a percentage reduction of 48.3% in PPE of our common items, including gloves, glasses and knives across our site. The VMI system provides a full PPE report ability on each vending machine down to the usage of a given vended product per employee, and we believe this control has been a major contributor in assisting with usage reduction. The system also provides us with our total spend per machine across the Vinpac site on all vended products on a weekly, monthly, quarterly or annual basis. The cost savings over the past 12 months has already paid for two of the vending machines. This is a really good outcome for a three year agreement, and we have an option to extend our service agreement and eventually own all the machines. We are happy to provide this information on how VMI has delivered cost savings across our business through the installation of their vending system machines and reporting services.”

Andrew Holdback

VINPAC Operations Manager

What products can be stocked?

A standard machine has 6 shelves, each with 10 coils and each coil can hold a maximum of 20 items and a minimum of 2 (subject to size). Due to size restrictions, hard hats and work boots cannot be accommodated.

Items that can be displayed include:

What are the machine specifications?

Dimensions: (H) 1830mm, (W) 1035mm, (D) 830mm

Weight: 350kg Net / 380kg Gross

  • Local Area Network (LAN) cable connection is required with no fire wall interference
  • Machines have LED lighting to enhance product presentation while reducing lighting energy costs by 40% vs fluorescent equipped models

How does it work?

Vending machines are fitted with an electronic reader, server connected via onsite LAN (local area network) or GPRS modem (standard SIM Card).

Dedicated Smartcards or key ring e-Tags can be provided to allow staff to access items.

Alternatively, customers may choose to use existing employee cards by simply adding a PayWave sticker. These are small, paper-thin, peel-off stickers, no larger than a $1 coin that stick to existing company swipe cards. The sticker is activated with authorised user details to allow PayWave vending access via: Radio Frequency ID (RFID).

Pre-determined usage levels can be set by employee and per period.


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