Outdoor Protection

Ergodyne Adds “Dry” to Evaporative Cooling Vests

One of the biggest problems with evaporative cooling vests is that they can feel damp. The risk of heat stress isn’t any fun, but wearing a cooling vest that’s soggy and uncomfortable isn’t a good way to spend the workday(…)

Hi Vis for the Active Worker

Not that long ago “style” wasn’t a word that you used to describe hi vis apparel. Over the past few years that’s been changing. The latest addition to the stylish high visibility gear category is the Phase 2 Jacket from(…)

Heat Stress Prevention Resources – Water • Rest • Shade

Heat Stress Prevention Resources – Water • Rest • Shade

‘Tis the season to worry about heat stress prevention and Mallory Safety & Supply is ready with great tools and information to keep your employees safe. The temperature is heating up, the job site is getting warmer, and the dangers(…)

8 Reasons For Summer Workers to Be Happy

8 Reasons For Summer Workers to Be Happy

Staying cool on the job site is always a concern for outdoor workers. Ergodyne is helping with the cooling cause by launching eight new products designed to keep wearers cool as a cucumber, regardless of how high the heat index(…)

It’s Hard to Beat the Brand Name of These Boots

You can’t get any more appropriate when it comes to boot names than calling them Muck. But the Muck Boot Company doesn’t just have a great name. They also make some outstanding waterproof work footwear to take on muck and(…)

Twice as Safe: Vinatronics Hi Vis Hydration Safety Vests

Summer construction season is right around the corner. The Vinatronics Hydration Vest takes care of two safety concerns at once for outdoor workers. The safety vest has 2″ silver reflective 3M Scotchlite tape stripes that provide ANSI Class 2 high(…)

The Need for Sunscreen Wipes is Right Around the Corner

Occupational Health & Safety magazine recently had a “product focus” for a product that we really like. The spotlight was on Scrubs Solar Guard Sunscreen Wipes. It may not seem like it, but we’re not too far from those rough(…)