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Tyndale Introduces Logoed Fan Gear!

Love Tyndale? So do we, which is why we made our Fan Gear available for all to wear! Tyndale’s versatile premium 100% cotton Made in USA sweatshirts are now available with the Tyndale logo. These natural non-FR fiber sweatshirts come in two industry-leading styles:

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Tyndale’s Pre-Treated FRC: Durable Insect Protection

Stop disease-carrying ticks and mosquitos and other annoying insects in their tracks with permethrin-treated flame resistant clothing (FRC) — available beginning April 2015 on select Tyndale FR garments made from our exclusive FRMC® fabrics!

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Does Cost of 1910.269 Include FR Outerwear or Boots?

After OSHA’s update to standard 1910.269 was published, the meaning of flame resistant PPE, and specifically, how outerwear fits into this definition, has been open to interpretation – leaving many of us scratching our heads about safe and proper application. Additionally, many question whether or not OSHA 1910.269’s head-to-toe arc-rated PPE budget analysis includes EH-rated boots.

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Tyndale PPE Guidance Featured in ISHN October 2014

Read Tyndale’s article, featured on page 44 of the October 2014 edition of Industrial Safety & Hygiene News (ISHN) Magazine, for guidance to employers looking to understand both OSHA’s 2014 update to 29 CFR 1910.269 and OSHA’s view of care and maintenance for PPE in a broader context—beyond the utility industry.

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Tyndale in ISHN Magazine: Steps to Comply with 1910.269

OSHA’s 2014 updates to 29 CFR 1910.269 are generally embraced as much-needed measures to better protect the men and women who work on or near electric power lines. Read Tyndale’s article featured on page 44 of the July 2014 issue of Industrial Safety & Hygiene News Magazine (ISHN) for four important next steps employers should take prompt action to accomplish now that the OSHA 1910.269 final rule has been published.

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Quiz: Test Your Compliance Readiness with OSHA 1910.269

In April, OSHA updated standard 29 CFR 1910.269 and 1926 subpart V to clarify and expand the employer’s responsibility to better protect employees working on or near electrical power lines. With this update, it is now the responsibility of employers to comply with the new requirements as they relate to flame resistant and arc-rated clothing.

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ILR 2014: Register to Win a Tyndale FRMC® Microfleece™ Jacket!

The International Lineman’s Rodeo & Expo is an exciting event where electric utility linemen have the opportunity to showcase their skills in a competitive environment. During this event, linemen compete in timed events based on what they do every day to keep electricity flowing to homes and businesses.

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