The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) has released a new edition of the ANSI/ISEA 105 standard (2016 ed.). The changes include new classification levels, which includes a new scale to determine cut score (commonly referred to as the ANSI cut score), and a revised method for testing gloves to the standard.
Whether we're talking about a machinist, boilermaker, welder or technician PIP knows how important it is to have the right safety equipment for every situation. At PIP, we aim to be the most knowledgeable in industrial safety industry and are obsessed at keeping our American workers safe.
Dynamic and colossal, the construction market accounts for nearly four percent of America’s gross domestic product and is responsible for keeping over two million Americans employed. PIP sets its goal on keeping each and every one of them safe.
The regulations on electrical safety have changed dramatically over the last few years and still many are not clear as to the extent. Enter PIP with an impressive lineup of products that include gloves, garments and tools. Our commitment: you'll never be in the dark with PIP.
Emergency Responders need a whole different type of safety. Whether it's running into a blazing building, suspending off the side of a building or methodically triaging people at an accident scene, no one does what they do every day.