PPE clothing that holds up to the highest standards for every industry
For industries operating in an inherently dangerous environment, the importance of selecting the right Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) can’t be understated. Learn more about the hazards, standards and regulations that affect your specific industry below.
Oil & Gas
Across the oil and gas industry, workers are exposed to harsh working conditions, including severe weather and flash fires. Flame-resistant (FR) workwear is the worker’s last line of defense, so it’s important to protect your team with clothing that provides the ultimate in protection and comfort.
Electric utility workers risk their own safety to keep our lights on. To ensure they are protected, choose FR clothing with an arc rating that matches the potential threat and that won’t melt, ignite or continue to burn when exposed to flames or electric arc heat energy.
Turnout gear isn’t always enough to keep our fire service workers protected. Men and women in the fire service industry deserve an extra layer of protection, in the form of FR clothing that offers comfort, durability and safety. Shop our industry-leading selection of NFPA® 1975 certified station wear.
LABORATORIES/ MATERIAL HANDLING
We take lab safety seriously. The wide variety of liquid chemicals present in labs poses a significant threat of chemical splash burns to laboratory workers. That’s why wearing proper FR and chemical-splash protective lab coats is so important to minimize the risk of burn injuries.
There’s nothing general about FR/AR safety. Electricians, maintenance workers, operators and many other workers are exposed to thermal hazards associated with electrical energy, and they must be protected. It’s important to carefully consider the specific risk associated with each job and match the hazard with appropriate PPE.
Protective Wear for Every Hazard
The key to workplace safety is ensuring your PPE clothing provides protection against your industry’s specific hazards.