Tyndale’s mission of providing increasingly personalized, coordinated and convenient flame resistant apparel solutions continues as a new distribution center comes closer to opening its doors in Houston, TX. Set to open in September, Tyndale’s newest distribution center will mirror the capabilities of our Pennsylvania-based distribution facility, providing better delivery to Tyndale customers in the region.
We’ve covered the dangers of using DEET-based insect repellent while wearing FR, and why you should apply permethrin to clothing instead. While FR clothing is considered the “last line of defense” in the event of an arc flash or flash fire incident, insect repellent is often the “first line of defense” against ticks and other blood-feeding, disease-carrying insects.
“Inherent” and “treated” are the two terms used most to distinguish between FR fabrics. The difference between treated and inherently flame resistant fabrics relates to the process used in making the final product flame resistant (1).
When: August 25-28
Tyndale is pleased to exhibit at the 30th annual Voluntary Protection Programs Participants’ Association (VPPPA) National Conference. Attendants will have the opportunity to meet and speak with National Account Manager, Joan Yard, and Account Managers, Krista Baker and Mike McLaughlin.
This post discusses the last critical step in selecting an FRC supplier – how the supplier administers and ultimately manages your program. Choosing a service-oriented FRC supplier can be a worthwhile investment that will help protect your employees against the hazards they face, reduce program dissatisfaction and eliminate additional, unexpected costs. The way your clothing program is managed can directly impact its success!
It has officially been one year since we started the Tyndale Company blog!
Nearly 20,000 views and almost 100 blog posts later, Tyndale works hard to help employers understand how to keep their employees compliant with ever-changing safety regulations. Through this blog, Tyndale has been providing relevant updates on standards relating to the electric and oil and gas industries and sharing other safety-related developments.
Now that you’re on your way to selecting an FRC supplier for your company’s FR clothing program, what should you know before signing the contract? This post outlines important aspects of the clothing purchasing process with regards to the terms and conditions you’re agreeing to, as well as the length and exclusivity of the contract you are signing. Another very important, but potentially overlooked, consideration is how often your company – and employees – could experience price increases on your FR clothing. Read more