Task-Based vs. Daily Wear AR/FR Clothing Programs

When choosing an arc rated/ flame resistant clothing program to protect against arc flash and combustible dust hazards, employers are faced with deciding on a program that is task based, daily wear or combination of both. A daily wear program is when an AR/FR shirt and pants are worn to work all day every day and a task-based program is when an AR/FR coverall is put on to perform a specific task. In this webinar we’ll explain the pros and cons of both types of programs, including initial costs versus longer-term cost, liability, and productivity.

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: June 8, 2017
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT

Scott Francis graduated from Augustana College and the University of Iowa with a M.S. in Inorganic Chemistry. He has been involved with the safety industry since 1991 and has extensive experience with the performance of protective apparel fabrics as well as protective apparel programs. He participates in a number of industry organizations, including the Edison Electric Institute, National Safety Council-Utilities Division, and the Pulp and Paper Safety Association, and frequently addresses trade associations and groups regarding electric arc and flash fire hazards, body burn injury, the protective performance of flame resistant clothing, and related topics.

Duration: 1 Hour

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