Heavyweight Polypropylene Coveralls protect workers from dry particulates during rugged or dirty applications. Available at eSafetyStore.com Spunbond polypropylene is strong, nonflammable and disposable. Coveralls feature a front zipper closure.
A long length ensures ample coverage, and a combination of fleece and quilt-lining keeps the wearer warm in moderately cold temperatures. A comfortable medium weight water- and weather-resistant coat for uncomfortable work conditions. Available at eSafetyStore.com 2” silver reflective stripes on the arms and torso. Upper half of the lining is comfortable black polyester fleece,(…)
We at EsafetyStore and ColdWeatherWorkwear see a lot of new products every day. New hi vis jackets, new safety vests, the latest and greatest wool work socks. But sometimes our staff is struck but a safety product or piece of cold weather gear that rises above “average” and actually achieves the status of “cool”. Enter the Richlu Aviator(…)
The more I read, the more fascinated I am by the goings on in Williston, North Dakota, a modern day boomtown sprung from the oil on the Bakken formation. It started as vague interest because we at www.esafetystore.com and www.coldweatherworkwear.com provide safety apparel and winter workwear for oil field workers in Williston. But after hearing stories from those(…)
Seirus is well-respected when it comes to gloves, hat liners, and other winter gear. Personally, the good folks at Seirus help keep me warm when I’m hitting the slopes, and their balaclavas are some of the best around. Seirus also deserves mad props for being clever. Soundtouch gloves are a true case of necessity being the(…)
I read an article on Forbes.com the other day about two oil workers killed by flash fire while working on a oil well in North Dakota. The pair weren’t wearing flame-resistant clothing and an investigation of the incident is focusing on that fact. FR clothing can be a lifesaver, but in severe flash fire cases(…)
It’s still 60 degrees outside, but we’ve been thinking a lot about the cold lately. It’s not that we especially dig the arctic freeze, but now’s the time for cold weather workers to gear up for another season of fighting the elements. One of the favorite items of the Safety Genie is the Baffin Polar(…)
So far the Safety Genie has been relegated to tweets and Facebook posts. Now I’m venturing into blogging, the blogoverse, blogworld, Blogs R Us, etc. I’ll try to provide informative and sometimes entertaining aspects of the safety industry. I’ll mention cool new products, changes in the industry, and trends that I see while housed in(…)