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How to create your flame-resistant protective clothing program?

Creating a flame-resistant clothing program is a critical aspect to ensure the protection of our employees. By following these steps, you can create the ideal program:

  1. Identify the Hazard: Conducting a study with a team of experts helps to identify the type of exposure faced by employees. This is the first step in creating an appropriate program.

  2. Conduct a Hazard Assessment: Carry out a detailed evaluation of the hazard, the time of exposure to the task, the likelihood of the hazard materializing, and the consequences. This will show the impact on the employee and the organization.

  3. Determine Controls: Establish the necessary controls to protect workers and determine the controls in terms of Personal Protective Equipment.

  4. Select a Reliable Supplier: Determine the criteria for selecting a supplier of Personal Protective Equipment and Flame-Resistant Safety Garments. Consider:

    • The flame-resistant textiles meet the level of protection and performance for the worker.
    • Perform verification of technical tests for textiles and inputs used.
  5. Request the design of the flame-resistant protective garment according to your requirements. Consider reflective tapes, location of embroidery, gussets for comfort, and necessary pockets. Remember, flame-resistant protective garments must ensure the comfort and protection of the user. Avoid the use of additional elements like zippers, pockets, or buttons that do not add value for protection.

  6. Conduct comfort tests for the flame-resistant protective garment. Choose the best option with the support of flame-resistant clothing designers. A great alternative is to rely on FIRE WORK WEAR ®, specialists in flame-resistant protective garments.

  7. Acquire protective garments along with a user manual for each garment that includes instructions for use, care and maintenance, limits of use, garment care, pre-use inspection, garment marking, proper use, storage instructions, repair, disposal, and disposal.

  8. Conduct training and awareness on the correct use of flame-resistant suits.

  9. Perform regular safety inspections of the protective equipment, and establish guidelines for inspections.

  10. Ensure to address the requirements and recommendations of workers, improve safety conditions according to the current exposure environment and user comfort.

  11. Continue working; you can improve your flame-resistant protection program every day. Consult with our advisors to help in selecting professional flame-resistant clothing, design, and manufacturing for your flame-resistant protective garments.