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The EPA says it will begin assessing 23 chemicals – 20 of which are commonly used as flame retardants (FR) -- for potential risks to human health and the environment. This effort is part of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Work Plan which identifies commonly used chemicals for risk assessment.
Every year, thousands of workers are involved in electrical arc accidents, molten metal splashes, flash fires and combustible dust explosions on the job. To educate companies about these risks, as well as what they can do to comply with new industry standards, Cintas has launched a new website dedicated to its Flame Resistant Clothing line.
Revco Industries is getting a jump on the competition with an improvement to their high performance Tecasafe® plus flame resistant work shirt and coveralls.
Your pants are FR, your shirt is FR, your jacket is FR – shouldn’t your gloves be FR?
TECGEN SELECT® flame resistant garments are lightweight, breathable, and feature moisture-wicking technology.
The Sierra Monitor 3600‐I Triple IR (IR3) Flame Detector detects fuel and gas fires at long distances with the highest immunity to false alarms. The 3600‐I IR3 can detect a 1ft2 (0.1m2) gasoline pan fire at 215 ft. (65m) in less than 5 seconds.