MCR Safety Ninja Feather Lite Technology (FLT) offers the greatest assortment of dexterity, sense of touch, and protection. The Ninja FLT, N9659 features a 15-gauge super soft nylon/spandex shell. The FLT coating provides extreme abrasion resistance and grip with a feather light feel.
MAXBLUE™ lens technology blocks 41% of ISO 12312-1 blue light, yet allows 88% of visible light to pass through
August 2, 2018
There are many jobs that demand the use of hand held devices, RF scanners, or other portable devices. All of these devices emit blue light which has been known to cause eye fatigue, headaches, and migraines.
MCR Safety, a leader in the PPE industry, announced today a partnership with Corvex Connected Safety, a company delivering the first worker-powered IoT safety platform. MCR Safety has joined the company's strategic partner program.
Over the 44 year history of MCR Safety, Larry Garner has been an integral part of our leadership team. As Larry nears his 40th anniversary with our company, he will be transitioning into semi-retirement. MCR Safety's success and reputation in the market is due in a large part to Larry's contributions.
MCR Safety has over forty years of experience as a leader in the field of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Our assortment of offerings includes gloves, glasses, and garments, which are made from the highest quality materials available to ensure maximum safety, comfort, and style. We have dedicated safety professionals committed to engaging at industrial workplaces to demonstrate our products, provide training, and extend our 360° Protection Program.
Save the DATE! August 24-27, 2015 at the Gaylord Texan Convention Center
August 19, 2015
MCR Safety's award winning Memphis Ninja gloves will be featured at booth #1419 during the upcoming VPPPA expo. The Memphis Ninja series provides your total safety solutions for general purpose, cut, and thermal protection.
Among the articles in the April 2020 issue of ISHN Magazine, we get some expert advice on how to strengthen safety by emphasizing equipment reliability, discuss the methods that really work to identify hazards, consider ergonomic options in the materials handling industry, and much more.