Tyndale is excited to be a part of this year’s sold out event! The goal of this bi-annual conference and the oil and gas industry is to ensure a safe and healthy workplace for employees in this field since standards designed to protect workers are continuing to evolve. The conference is an opportunity for decision makers and those within management and executive positions at oil and gas companies to work together to improve safety performance through information sharing, best practices and networking with other professionals.
The holiday shopping season is upon us and Saturday, November 29th is Small Business Saturday!
Did you know that Tyndale is a family-owned, woman-owned small business? In fact, Tyndale is a Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE), independently certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council in April 2011. The WBE status is an important differentiator for small companies and Tyndale is proud of this designation!
Developed based on popular demand, Tyndale’s inherently flame resistant Full-Zip Micro-Fleece™ Jacket will help you escape the chilly temperatures of fall. This jacket is made from our exclusive soft yet durable 14 oz. FRMC® Micro-Fleece™ that is designed to keep up with the demands of your job. Plus, its moisture wicking fabric is fast-drying to help you regulate your body temperature.
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:
Stop disease-carrying ticks and mosquitos and other annoying insects in their tracks with Perimeter Insect Guard™-treated flame resistant clothing (FRC) — now available on select Tyndale FR garments made from our exclusive FRMC® fabrics!
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.