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The growing number of flame resistant denim options available in the market offer greater choice than ever before, but your workforce doesn't have to sacrifice comfort or styling in their FR denim protective wear.
A recent survey conducted by Mount Vernon found that only 29% of respondents said that they are extremely familiar with flame resistant clothing care and maintenance. That's why it is important to educate employees about proper ways to launder FRC at home so that garments perform as designed for their full service life.
American Airlines is changing vendors for its employee uniforms, after employees sued over health problems they allege were caused by the garments. Thousands of flight attendants and crew members complained of symptoms ranging from caused hives, swollen faces, wheezing, vertigo, headaches and severe respiratory problems. A lawsuit filed against American Airlines and Twin Hill – the manufacturer of the uniforms – was filed in federal court last fall by the Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA), the union representing more than 25,000 AA flight attendants.
Easy-open for fresh air; click-to-close for compliance
January 10, 2018
U.S. manufacturer National Safety Apparel releases ArcGuard® Lift Front Arc Flash Hoods featuring the latest arc flash industry innovations in one superior product.
The lift front arc flash face shields were designed to solve the common problems of poor ventilation and overheating that often came with traditional hood designs.
DragonWear® introduces Dri Pro™, our NEW base layer series for men and women. Our short sleeve shirts are CAT 1 and meet relevant industry certifications for the utilities, industrial safety and petrochemical markets.
Edward Chu transitions to CEO and Chairman of the Board
January 18, 2017
Revco Industries, Inc. announced today that Steve Hwang has been named as its new President, effective January 1, 2017.
Steve Hwang has spent 16 years at Revco Industries, most recently as Executive Vice President. Prior to that, he held positions as VP of Business Development & Operations, Operations Manager, and IT Manager. His experience with Revco Industries covers the spectrum of operational and business development duties, including supply chain management, strategic partnerships, analytics, quality, and production.
National Safety Apparel is continuing its history of innovation by introducing new members to its team of directors and vice presidents. Larry Ensign joins the family as Director of Sales and Tracy Linton has been promoted from Director of Corporate Development to Vice President of Strategic Accounts and Corporate Development.
National Safety Apparel kicks off 2017 with an investment in leadership in its marketing and product management departments. The protective apparel manufacturer announces the addition of Heidi Sweeney as Director of Marketing and the assignment of Alisha Hay-Rohrer to Director of Product Management.
National Safety Apparel (NSA), a leading manufacturer of safety apparel, has acquired the TECGEN® brand of technologically advanced safety apparel designed for use in a wide range of industries including petrochemical and electrical power, from INVISTA Ashburn Hill LLC.
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.