New work shelter kits & accessories
When keeping your cool is the name of the game, the Evaporative Series turns hot and bothered into heat-beating happiness.
Cut-Resistant work gloves designed to defend your digits against cuts, slashes and punctures without reducing dexterity.
With UV coatings for the harshest rays, PU coatings for the wettest days and steel frames to withstand any condition, these ain’t your backyard BBQ tents—though they’ll work for that, too.
Hi-vis Class 2 and Class 3 FR safety vests, all ASTM F1506-certified to squelch the danger and ensure your day doesn't go up in flames.
When you need to slug it out in the working at height trenches, these bad boys punch with a wicked combo of strength and performance that makes challengers look like tomato cans.
Industrial-grade tethering solutions specifically designed to keep scanners and radios secure and accessible from the warehouse to the distribution center and everywhere in between.
Skullerz® Hard Hats and Safety Helmets are, of course, tested to exceed safety standards, but the comfort (balanced suspension, airy ventilation, precise adjustment knobs) is our crowning achievement.
11 workers are already seriously injured or killed by heat stress every single day—a number that not only includes outdoor workers, but also those who spend 365 days of the year slogging away in foundries, paper mills and other demanding indoor environments. The good news? There’s something we can do to protect them. By developing worksite-specific heat illness prevention plans, safety managers can save lives as soon as today.
Weather patterns are changing. The planet’s getting warmer. And, in fact, all but three of the hottest years on record have occurred since 2000. On average, excessive heat causes 650 deaths in the United States every year. 39 of those took place on the job in 2016—double the amount that occurred only two years prior. Construction workers in particular take the brunt of the burn, which makes sense when you think about their exposure to unpredictable outdoor temperatures.
Between loop ends vs. carabiners, retractable vs. non-retractable, length, weight capacity and more, there’s a lot out there when it comes to tool tethers and—more specifically—tool lanyards. Teaching workers about the benefits and use cases of various tool tether types is crucial for increasing the safety of working at height on your worksite.