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“Helmet’s Safety Verification”

Aug 28, 2023

How can I check if a helmet meets the required safety standards?


Motorcyclists & Motorsport enthusiasts, buckle up for a compelling journey that unveils the crucial link between helmet safety and your passion for adrenaline. We shed light on the specific risks you face, and the devastating consequences of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs), & present an innovative solution to fortify your protection.


Welcome to The Helmet Doctors, where we strive to empower you with the knowledge and tools to ensure a safe and exhilarating ride/drive every time knowing your helmet’s structural integrity is in optimal condition.

Below and the following stories we will brief you on the areas:


  • The Hidden Dangers,
  • The Unseen Perils of TBIs & Death,
  • How to Empower Prevention through Preventative Measures & Helmet Laser Scanning,
  • The Simplicity of Taking Action to Enhance Your Safety,
  • How you can become a Beacon of Hope for others,
  • How Joining our Passion for Advancements in Helmet Safety Can Save Lives and How It Just Might Be Yours That Counts.


But now let’s look at …


How can I check if a helmet meets 

the required safety standards?


Answer: Ensuring that your helmet meets the required safety standards is essential to prioritize your safety. Safety should always come first, and as we often say it’s always better to be safe than sorry. As we are at the cutting edge of laser technology and able to see helmet defects 100,000 times better than the naked eye, The Helmet Doctors emphasize the importance of having your helmet laser scanned for a comprehensive safety assessment.


By doing this you are checking to ensure that a helmet continues to meet the required safety standards rather than unknowingly wearing a compromised helmet. To ensure your helmet complies with the latest safety standards, look for certification labels or markings from recognized safety organizations such as the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Economic Commission for Europe (ECE), US Department of Transport (DOT), Snell Foundation, or ASTM International. These are just a few certifications that indicate the helmet has undergone rigorous testing and meets the necessary safety standards.


Remember, it’s a No Brainer to prioritize your safety by ensuring your helmet meets the required safety standards and having it laser scanned at The Helmet Doctors for an added layer of protection.


For more content or illustrations, head to our website, or check out our FAQ. To reference our article to your friends, or family, in the Motorcycling/Motorsport community, click the link below or simply copy this URL or bookmark the page for future referencing: Otherwise read our next article about Revealing the Helmet’s Role in Motorcycling and Motorsport Brain Injuries, titled “Helmet Safety: Prevent Brain Injuries”






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