Workrite Uniform Company’s up-to-date technical briefs are designed to help you understand the particular hazards and safety standards that apply to your industry — and the role FR workwear plays in addressing them — so that you can make more informed decisions and select the best FR clothing options for your company.
As a result of the abundance of flammable and combustible liquids that exist in labs, many commonly reported lab incidents involve fire.
The scope of this standard is to address safety-related work practices for the practical safeguarding of employees relative to the hazards associated with working around electrical energy.
OSHA instituted a significant change in the clothing requirements for oil and gas drilling and servicing operations.
Exposure to an accidental electric arc-flash incident can lead to severe burn injuries.
For many years, flame-resistant (FR) fabrics have been utilized for secondary protection by various industries with exposure to ferrous molten metal splatter, such as steel and welding industries.
Workers near roadways not only need to wear HVSA, but they also need to wear the proper class as laid out in the standard.
As an ISO 9001:2008-certified company, participant in numerous industry associations and standards-writing organizations, and owner of numerous trusted brands, Workrite Uniform’s expertise is backed by a steadfast commitment to superior protection and quality.