High Heat Thermobest Gloves Options

March 1st, 2015

As a follow up to my last post on the high heat gloves manufactured by National Safety Apparel I would would like to provide some options for you to choose from.
There are three very similar styles of gloves with slight variations to choose from when it comes to the cuff, thumb and palm design.

The G64TCVB14GC style

Why Is It Necessary That Your Company Complies With Dangerous Goods Transportation Regulations?

February 27th, 2015

If you are in the manufacturing sector there is a very good chance that part of your business has to do with the transporting of dangerous goods. Proper compliance labeling of any products is so important as your company could end up with some very hefty fines along with a large stoppage of goods that are needed to … Read More...

NFPA 70E 2015 Host and Contract Employers Responsibilities

February 23rd, 2015

For those companies that are considered a Host Employer the responsibilities of how contract employers that are working under you fall on your shoulders.
To me this is quite a concern because if the safety manager is not totally aware of this or if the information slips their mind there could be huge repercussions.

Your job as a …

Shipping LNG Tankers Costs Decline

February 22nd, 2015

With the decline in the price of LNG declining so much this does have some added benefits for the vessels that run on LNG as a fuel that are the link between buyers and sellers of the gas.

I guess it is the good and bad of it all as the cost to transport the LNG is lower … Read More...

Train Accidents and Highly Flamable Oil

February 19th, 2015

The train derailment this Monday, Feb. 16, 2015 in Fayette County as shown by the following video provided by WCHS-TV is another devastating accident concerning the transportation of crude oil.
This crude oil was coming from The Bakken in North Dakota which has a higher gas content and higher vapor pressure along with a lower flash point that … Read More...

Safety Management Strategy For The Future

February 18th, 2015

Safety hazards and accidents are not only very bad for the person being injured but it also looks bad on the company that is responsible.
There is always the unexpected no matter how many good safety practices a company has implemented. When workers get injured for reasons like not wearing the proper safety equipment due to possibly to … Read More...

Arc Rated Clothing and Working in Near Substations

February 16th, 2015

The 1910.269 standard requires that an arc flash analysis be performed on your equipment now such as the substations on site.

Once the analysis has been performed you will have the approach distance for the arc rated PPE. Being anywhere near a substation  a person could still be near the limited approach boundary which can sometimes be a … Read More...

Nomex Contractor Coveralls

February 14th, 2015

Nomex Contractor Coveralls February 14, 2015 Weekly Price Discount

Are you looking for lower priced lightweight 4.5 oz. Nomex contractor coveralls this week?
You can view this garment style at the following webpage and phone Terry at 1-888-440-4668 for a 10% price reduction AND free freight.



Special discount pricing options changes weekly so check back for


Compliance For OSHA 1910.269

February 10th, 2015

OSHA has published the updated ruling related to the safety standard in the construction and repair of electric power generation, transmission and distribution. The updated standard which became law on July 14, 2014 includes some significant changes to the PPE requirements for electric workers.

OSHA did delay the effective date for some provisions which will be fully implemented … Read More...

High Heat Thermobest Gloves

February 5th, 2015

The high heat protective G64TCVB14GC style glove manufactured by National safety Apparel is made from 22 oz. Thermobest and is a very popular glove. The entire glove is lined with 12 oz wool and has a Goldenbest cuff.
This style of glove’s main difference compared to other similar cut gloves is the cuff design in that it is