Spiewak has developed high-performance gear for mountaineering, skiing and snowboarding; acid-resistant outerwear for chemical and fuel workers; specialized apparel certified to provide protection against blood-borne pathogens for EMS workers and other first responders. This gear features the WeatherTech System that makes garments water-proof breathable, lock out rain and snow while allowing heat and vapors to escape.
Blauer offers a great selection of accessories to complete your public safety uniform, including gloves, caps, hats and ID armbands. All accessories are made from reinforced, durable materials with soft fleece lining on the inside to keep you comfortable all day long. Blauer designs all of its products with the public safety professional in mind, so you know that when you're in the line of duty, the last thing you'll have to worry about is your uniform.
Flying Cross, leading public safety uniform manufacturer since 1842, offers a variety of shirt styles in a range of fabric types designed for firefighters, EMTs, paramedics and other safety officials. These styles each feature the perfect blend of comfort and function with professional appearance.
Spiewak has high-performance vests that are perfect for people in the Fire/EMS industry. These vests are VizGuard garments, which became the United States' first garments dedicated to worker safety and comfort by combining weather protection with reflective and bright safety fabrics.
Leading manufacturer of public safety uniform apparel Flying Cross offers a wide range of cross-seasonal outerwear styles that can be paired with liners or worn on their own.
Spiewak has high-performance pants for people in the Fire/EMS industry. These pants feature a variety of innovations, such as:
Flying Cross's line of command sweaters are available in a selection of comfortable and functional styles designed specially for firefighters, EMTs, paramedics and other safety officials.
The wearing of synthetic athletic clothing containing polyester and nylon next to skin has been prohibited from use
by most fire departments. When exposed to extreme heat, flames, or electrical current, clothing containing non FR
synthetic materials like polyester will melt and can fuse to the skin. This essentially creates a molten second skin layer
which can lead to disfiguring burns, even under turnout gear. Thats why Blauer offers a selection of cotton and cotton-rich base layers, a superior choice for public safety professionals; because they will not melt to the skin.
Blauer's mid-layers are most often insulation layers. Check out Blauer's B.Warm and Polartec fleece, which provides excellent insulation and have the wind protection to be worn as outer layers. Blauer sweaters, with and without fleece and Wind Stopper liners, are great looking, machine washable, and the most durable sweaters made. Layering is here to stay because it offers users the flexibility of adding or deleting layers as the conditions change. Blauer offers various fleeces, soft shells, sweaters, and wind liners that can alternate between insulating and outer layers.
In 2006, the ISEA high visibility committee which created ANSI 107 was approached by first responders who testified that the 107 standard failed to meet their specific needs. After review of their concerns, the committee created a set of performance criteria and guidelines for the selection, design, and wearing of high visibility public safety vests. Their reasoning was that the vest was the most critical piece of equipment for roadside visibility and it should work for them and not against them. This prompted Blauer to add optional features such as a breakaway design for instantaneous removal of the vest. The overall length and cut of the vest was changed to make it form fitting, even for women and smaller people, which prevents the vest from interfering with equipment. ANSI 207 matches the photometric protective level of ANSI 107 for both background and reflective materials. It also makes special allowances for agency identification. To address the issue of equipment safety, ANSI 207 reduces the requirement for background visibility comfortably material from the previous 107 class II requirement of 775 sq. inches to 450 square inches. This compromise was necessary in order to fit the vests comfortably above the equipment belts, and for the proper fit of smaller individuals.
Flying Cross offers a selection of trousers for duty and dress designed for firefighters, EMTs, paramedics and other safety officials. These styles each feature the perfect blend of comfort and function with professional appearance.
Flying Cross has been a top manufacturer of dress uniform apparel since 1842. We offer several styles of single breasted, double breasted and button-front dress coats for firefighters, EMTs, paramedics and other public safety officials.
Flying Cross offers both long sleeve and short sleeve NFPA-compliant stationwear polos for firefighters, EMTs, paramedics and other public safety officials.
Spiewak has developed high-performance outerwear and rainwear that is perfect for people in the Fire/EMS industry.
Spiewak's outerwear features VizGuard, which became the United States' first garments dedicated to worker safety and comfort by combining weather protection with reflective and bright safety fabrics.
The rainwear features the WeatherTech System that are water-proof breathable, lock out rain and snow while allowing heat and vapors to escape.
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