As we bring in the new year, many of us are thinking of our resolutions for 2017 – and OSHA is giving us a hand with the yearly release of the Top 10 Most Cited Safety Violations in 2016. Make setting safety goals and creating hazard-free workplaces a top priority while working to avoid these oft-cited violations – the first of which has been #1 for the past 6 years.
NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace is periodically updated to support workers and their employers in preventing workplace injuries and fatalities from shock, electrocution, arc flash, and arc blasts.
The latest edition of the standard included several notable changes . One subtle but important change you will start to see on your Tyndale arc-rated/flame resistant (FR) garments on a rolling basis in the near future is a shift in terminology. Read more
As a key distributor of FR clothing from leading manufacturers, Tyndale is pleased to offer a revolutionary lab coat from Workrite FR. Workrite’s new dual hazard lab coat protects wearers against flash fire and chemical splash hazards. Made from flame resistant Nomex® IIIA fabric with Westex ShieldTec®, a chemical splash protective finish – this lab coat meets NFPA 2112, resists penetration and wicking of inadvertent chemical splash, and offers a comfortable experience for the wearer. Read more
The saying goes, “If the shoe fits, wear it.” But when it comes to protective footwear, it’s much more than that! At Tyndale, our commitment to providing the best products doesn’t stop at flame resistant (FR) clothing. In fact, we are much more than just an FR clothing supplier! Read more
Want to be sure your workers have the right foot protection on the job – but just not sure where to start? Choosing protective footwear is no easy task! Critically, incorrect or insufficient footwear can lead to compliance issues and even worker injury in the event of an incident. Follow just a few key steps to be sure your workers are safe, comfortable and well-protected! Read more
Tyndale attended OSHA’s biennial Oil and Gas Safety Conference last month, held in Houston from November 29-30th. This sold-out conference attracted a crowd of more than 1,000 industry professionals, and offered attendees the opportunity to hear keynote addresses from safety industry experts, and engage in breakout sessions and exhibitions with peers and colleagues. Read more
Our country’s demand for energy does not take a break during bad weather, and neither do the brave men and women working to keep the lights on or produce the fuels we rely on each day. It is critical to ensure these workers have access to protective rainwear during inclement weather, as non-arc/flame resistant or non-compliant rainwear can leave them open to burn injury in the event of an arc flash or flash fire incident.