Gear & equipment for electrical safety
Protect employees from electrical explosions that can reach up to 35,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Select appropriate gloves, hoods, clothing, and tools so people can perform work on electrical equipment safely.
Devices to prevent unplanned equipment startup.
Develop a comprehensive lockout/tagout program with the right tools. We have lockout tags, hasps, plug lockouts, and even lockout kits containing all the materials you’ll need for your lockout/tagout procedures. These products are durable and easy to use.
Sorbent materials for cleaning up spills.
Keep the correct amount of spill cleanup materials stocked in your facility so your employees can quickly clean up chemical, water, oil, and other spills. We offer pre-assembled kits in many sizes, as well as packs of sorbent mats, rolls, and socks.
Protective gear for common hazards.
Provide clothing, hard hats, safety vests, goggles, and other personal protective equipment to your employees who face hazards in the workplace. Select options suitable to the risks of your work environment in the appropriate styles and sizes.
Guards for protecting posts.
Cover posts in your facility with protective guards to prevent damage to posts, equipment, and vehicles. These high-density polyethylene covers feature bright colors to increase visibility. They're also easy to install and eliminate the need to paint and repaint posts.
Visual reminders for your workplace.
Encourage employees to work safely with posters covering topics such as forklift safety, GHS pictograms, pipe marking, NFPA “fire diamond” guidelines, and PPE. Posters available with or without UV coating, poster hangers, and posters sleeves.
Equipment suitable for use in mines.
Increase safety in mines by getting the appropriate safety tools from your mine's unique hazards. Browse our selection of labeling systems, visual markings, glow-in-the-dark products, and PPE to find what you need to keep workers safe.
Wall & portable stations for flushing the eyes.
Select the eyewash stations you need to comply with OSHA requirements. Wall-mounted and portable options available that allow employees who come into contact with hazardous materials to flush their eyes right away.
Prevent damage to stationary objects.
Get column protectors made from durable materials such as industrial foam and polyethylene plastic to protect your racks, storage areas, and columns from impact damage. Bright yellow guards are available in many sizes and diameters.
DVDs covering hundreds of topics.
Make safety easy to understand with topic-specific training DVDs. You'll find training about ergonomics, first aid, hazard communication, lockout/tagout, and much more in our library of DVDs. A simple way to give employees the information they need or start a conversation about safety.
Industrial sensors for any application.
A trusted name in industrial sensors for over 50 years, sensors, scales, and probes from UEI Test Instruments are proven, reliable, and won’t break the bank.
The leader in thermal imaging technology.
Affordable yet reliable, FLIR products enhance perception and awareness in situations where knowing your surroundings can mean the difference between life and death.
Immediate solutions to workplace injuries.
Keep your facility prepared for minor workplace emergencies with mountable and portable first aid kits. These kits will make it possible to treat injuries at a moment’s notice.
Keep safety at the forefront of everyone's mind.
These signs must be noticeable, easy to read, and in many cases, comply with OSHA standards for safety signs. These standards can include formatting and content requirements. Since safety is considered the 6S in the 5S program, taking steps to keeping workers safe is a key to a successful and productive business.
Visually communication for proper Forklift Safety.
Forklifts are one of the most powerful pieces of equipment in disutrial settings, but they also have the potential to cause serious injury to workers and damage to a facility.
Be prepared in the event of a fire-related accident.
Fire safety practices help locate tools like fire extinguishers, fire alarms, and hoses, and help people find their way to fire exits. Keep your facility and staff prepared for a fire emergency, with a strong fire safety plan.