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Flame Retardant Workwear

We stock an extensive range or Workwear and PPE at Aceworkgear at TRADE price with bulk buy discounts available

Do you Require Flame Retardant Workwear?

One of your biggest priorities should always be your employees. Making sure your workforce is safe when on site is integral to your reputation as a business, and you can’t risk taking any unnecessary measures. Working on site can involve your team being faced with hazardous situations and it is your responsibility to ensure that they are wearing appropriate protective workwear. 

One type of workwear that you should consider is flame retardant workwear. You may not think that your workforce needs fire retardant work gear, but have you thought about these potential risks? 

Flame Retardant Workwear | Things to consider

Does your team work around flammable liquids?

Hazardous and volatile chemicals are commonly used in manufacturing processes. They can be extremely effective in producing high-quality products but at the same time pose a risk to those working on the factory floor. They are also popularly used on construction sites, for instance when coating cladding, and even working outdoors could expose these flammable liquids to high temperatures. Investing in fire retardant clothing could be a way to reduce the risk injury to your workforce in the unlikely case that any of these chemicals catch alight. 


Do you work with hot equipment?

The construction industry often uses a variety of high temperature equipment to complete tasks. Welding, Flame Cutting and other hot works are obviously very dangerous environments, and require careful safety management.

If badly managed these tasks can result in serious injury. Although proper training can help avoid and greatly reduce the risk of accidents, it is always best and in most situations, now a legal requirement to ensure you and/or your workforce is provided with the appropriate protective gear. 

Have you completed a workplace assessment?

To ensure the full safety of yourself, workforce and others around you, carrying out a workplace risk assessment will help you decide whether you need fire safety gear. Going through your factory or site to identify potential hazards will inform you of your exact protective gear needs. You may discover that there are fire risks you never anticipated in the first place. 

If you’re looking for high-quality protective workwear that you can rely on, then don’t go anywhere else. Aceworkgear is your number one trade specialist in Fife – visit us In-store or Online to view our range of Flame Retardant Workwear.