You’ve been asking for our help with your PPE needs, we’re happy to announce we’re now providing our customers with the convenience of Arc Flash protection clothing, rubber insulated gloves, and double-insulated hand tools.
These are high quality products, made here in the USA, and our customers receive a discounted corporate rate on all products. With our corporate account, there are no contracts or minimum orders, next day shipping, as well as customizable orders.
PPE Kits available that are specially designed to meet NFPA 70E ARC Flash PPE Categories:
- Category 2
- Category 3
- Category 4
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As the COVID-19 concerns are still very real, we’re providing the Arc Flash/NFPA 70E training virtually for everyone’s safety.
Students can complete the same live instructor-led, interactive courses in a safer environment.
- Live Virtual classes now scheduling throughout this summer and fall
- Whether it’s just a few or groups of 100 or more, we can help you get this accomplished
- Scheduling at your convenience and we can accommodate multiple shifts
We want to assure you that we’re taking all necessary health and safety precautions in accordance with the CDC and local and state health officials, and we’ll continue to actively monitor developments related to Coronavirus (COVID-19). The health and safety of our customers and employees is our highest priority.
We understand so many are affected by this and concerned about COVID-19 and the unknown that it poses, and how long this could go on. As a critical service provider, we are committed to continue keeping you compliant and ensure employee safety throughout this time, and try to maintain some sense of normalcy, as much as possible!
If you’d prefer, we can still come on-site to your facility to conduct the training as long as the CDC requirements are met.
As a critical service provider, we are committed to continue supporting essential companies and protecting all workers throughout this challenging time. Feel free to contact us anytime 877-252-2626, email@example.com.
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OSHA fines TPC Group $514,692 for willful violations linked to explosion
TPC Group faces $514,692 in fines from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and is accused of three willful violations — the most severe and rare category used by the agency — after OSHA concluded its investigation into the Nov. 27 plant explosion in Port Neches.
OSHA announced its conclusions Wednesday, giving some of the first official glimpses of potential failures at the plant since a vapor cloud explosion under a butadiene processing tower ignited flames that burned for weeks at the site and injured three people.
“OSHA cited TPC for three willful violations for failing to develop and implement procedures for emergency shutdown, and inspect and test process vessel and piping components,” representatives from the agency wrote in a statement.
Of the willful violations, OSHA concluded that TPC Group failed to provide updated instructions on how to shut down affected equipment, didn’t fix deficient equipment that could have caused the incident or alerted workers to a problem, and failed to use proper procedures on a pipeline design known to cause issues when using butadiene.
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Tully man who died at Novelis aluminum facility was electrocuted, deputies say
A man who died while working at the Novelis Inc. aluminum factory in Oswego County on Friday morning appears to have been accidentally electrocuted, deputies said.
Peter Clark Jr., 54, of Tully, was electrocuted while working as a contractor at the Scriba factory, said the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Clark worked for Ridley Electric, a Syracuse company. Friday wasn’t the first time he had done a job at Novelis.
“Pete was a frequent visitor to our facility, and many of our employees knew him well and admired him at work and in the community,” said Leila Giancone, a Novelis spokeswoman.
Clark’s death remains under investigation, the sheriff’s office said.
Novelis, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Ridley Electric are also working together to investigate the deadly accident, Giacone said. She declined to release more information about what happened.
Clark was a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 43 union.
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