Electrical transmission, distribution and generation. FR protection for utilities workers.View More
Utitlities - Electrical Transmission, Distribution & Generation
The Utilities market, largely governed by the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC), encompasses anyone working on electric transmission, distribution or generation. This market includes the thousands of linesmen potentially exposed to electric arc flashes on a daily basis.Industry Specifics
Fire service and NFPA 1975 standards. FR protection for fire departments.View More
Station Wear - Fire Service & NFPA 1975 Standards
Workrite’s Fire Service station wear conforms to NFPA 1975 and gives firemen an added flame-resistant layer of protection under their turn-out gear. Made from DuPont Nomex IIIA, our station wear meets the highest standards of quality for sharp, professional appearance.Industry SpecificsStation Wear Hub
Oil and gas drilling and well servicers in active hydrocarbon zones, both on and off shore.View More
Energized electrical equipment or work on energized electrical equipment.View More
NFPA 70E - Energized Electrical Equipment
NFPA 70E applies to any manufacturing environment with electricians or maintenance staff that perform work on energized electrical equipment. Workrite pioneered the use of external HRC labels on garments so there is no guessing what level of protection our garment will deliver.Industry Specifics
Select manufacturing and processing facilities with combustible dust hazards.View More
Potential arc flash, flash fire and thermal hazards in oil and gas industries.View More
Petrochemical - Arc Flash, Flash Fire & Thermal Hazards
Our protective FR clothing is worn by workers across a wide range of industries that need protection from potential arc flash, flash fire or other thermal hazards at their workplace.Industry Specifics
Workrite’s new Dual-Hazard Knits are the first IL friendly knit. Request a fabric sample.
Workrite is proud to offer FR Garments specifically designed for our Canadian customers.
Be sure to look for the label to know you have a quality Workrite NFPA 2112 certified style.
Workrite Station Wear—the leader in FR Station Wear since 1986
NFPA 2112-Certified Styles
We have the NFPA 2112-certified garments you need, with 64 new styles just added.
Workrite has been certifying garments to NFPA 2112 for over a decade to meet the demands of our oil & gas customers who wanted to be sure their garments used all FR components and thread, in addition to meeting other key specifications required for certification at the garment level. We have now added additional styles to our list, including FR cotton-based workwear and non-insulated jackets.
View a complete listing of Workrite certified garments by style.
See a review of the benefits of NFPA 2112 certification in our NFPA 2112 Brochure.
See how Workrite builds a better FR garment. This white paper takes you through our processes that result in top quality, durable FR workwear each and every time.
Review of flame-resistant fabrics for flash fire and electric arc protection.
2013 Edition of NFPA 654: There has been some movement in advancing standards related to combustible dust.
FR garments require specific maintenance to ensure maximum safety and durability. Care information for the fabrics we carry is available.
FR Evaluation Basics: Learn The Truth about Flame-Resistant Apparel with our video outlining valuable tips for making an informed purchase
Evaluation Basics Video
With all the choices out there, developing a flame-resistant garment program is both challenging and expensive.
"FR Evaluation Basics" will help ensure that you know the truth about the FR apparel you may be considering.
How much do you really know about flame-resistant apparel? Our video "FR Evaluation Basics" may surprise you. It discusses three key areas of consideration when evaluating FR garments—protection, comfort and value. You’ll learn about features that offer longer wear life, a key consideration when evaluating a fabrics' ability to deliver long-term protection; fabric comfort and proper sizing; and the total cost of ownership of FR clothing.
Meeting minimum industry standards may not be enough to ensure long-term employee protection. There are a lot of suppliers out there entering the FR arena; this video will give you important questions to ask both clothing manufacturers and suppliers regarding the integrity of the flame-resistant protection their garments are providing.
2013 Edition of NFPA 654
NFPA 654 is an active standard with a new edition published in 2013, with changes for improving its effectiveness. Included in the new edition are sections requiring the use of FR clothing, meeting NFPA 2112, for all workers exposed to possible flash fire hazards due to dust explosions. Section 126.96.36.199 states “Personnel exposed to a dust flash fire hazard shall be protected in accordance with 11.2.2.” Section 11.2.2 then states “Operating and maintenance procedures shall address personal protective equipment (PPE), including flame-resistant garments, in accordance with the workplace hazard assessment required by NFPA 2113…” .
If you have any further questions about NFPA 654 and the 2013 changes, please contact Technical Manager, Mark Saner. email@example.com
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Published Magazine Articles — Workrite's Voice in the Industry
Our blog contains the most recent publications by Workrite staff and executives on the basics and value of FR, new standards and laws, safety tips and more.
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40th Anniversary Announcements
Thank you for counting on Workrite to meet your FR needs for 40 years.
Workrite has a long history in the FR marketplace, starting with our very first Nomex® coverall in 1973. For over four decades, we've focused solely on developing and delivering the very best in quality flame-resistant clothing. Some of the largest users of FR clothing count on Workrite and have for decades. We’d like our next new customer to be you.
Examine hazards, standards, and affected industries in the Petrochemical Technical Brief.
Combustible Dust: Examine risks, affected industries and new NFPA requirements.
Watch our five minute video which outlines the NFPA 2112 standard and associated test methods, including video of ASTM F1930 (Thermal Manikin Test)
Review applicable standards, hazards, industry links and more in our 70E Technical Brief.
Explore the hazards, standards, and NESC requirements in our Utilities brief.
Your regional account executive can present options for your FR program and are knowledgeable about your industry standards and requirements.