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
Tyndale is much more than a flame resistant clothing (FRC) supplier. We’ve partnered with Stauffer Glove and Safety to offer a simple PPE purchasing option. Now you can expand your Tyndale FRC program by consolidating your PPE safety purchases with Tyndale.
This is the final post in a five-part series exploring common examples of ineffective FRC practices that have real costs—and practical solutions. We started by reviewing common scenarios that signify opportunity for savings, and reducing costs by transitioning out of rental or lease, eliminating retail spending, and streamlining procurement. In this last post, we examine spend avoidance as a cost-saving strategy.
As your company looks to streamline flame resistant clothing (FRC) procurement – as part of an industry downturn, or to ensure your company is receiving the best possible value – a logical first step is to identify and eliminate unnecessary spending.