Protective knee boots, industry-specific FR apparel and the lightest safety glasses on the market were among the top occupational safety and health products featured on this week.

Tingley Rubber Corporation

Innovations that improve footwear safety & comfort

Tingley Rubber Corporation, a leading supplier of protective footwear and clothing, announces improvements and innovations on its flagship line of PVC knee boots now available under the Premier G2™ and Profile™ brands. “Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) has been used to make protective footwear for over 50 years and we wanted to take a fresh look at advancements and innovations that we could bring to this line of products,” said Robert N. Petersen, Senior Footwear Product Manager for Tingley Rubber.


Rockford Systems combats hydraulic press and press brake injuries with upgraded encoder-based safety control system

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), 49 percent of injuries from hydraulic power presses and press brakes result in the amputation of the operator's hand or fingers. Other bodily injuries include strangulation from loose clothing, and severe lacerations caused by material movement.


W. L. Gore & Associates introduces high-visibility models of Gore® FR apparel for oil and gas workers

W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc., has introduced high-visibility orange and high-visibility yellow options to its new line of GORE® FR Apparel products – performance FR outerwear garments that offer an ideal balance of protection, comfort, and durability for oil & gas workers in physically demanding and extreme environmental conditions.


Epoxy coatings


VOC FREE WALK-A-SURED® High traction and durability for vehicle and foot traffic. LOW VOC EPOXY WP-70® Extreme traction and durability for industrial traffic.


New product from Gateway Safety

Weighing just 19.3 grams, Gateway Safety’s new safety product is one of the lightest safety glasses on the market. Ellipse™ safety eyewear features exceptional light weight, which provides superior comfort to wearers, while still meeting the rigorous U.S. Military specification for ballistic impact resistance.