If you work in a hazardous environment with fire then you should ensure that you wear the correct flame retardant workwear. It plays an important role in many industries including oil and gas, mining and manufacturing. Even if you work in an industry in which fires at work may not affect you, burn related injuries are still a common hazard. These types of fabrics will not be affected by intense heat, so are not likely to catch fire just from being near a flame. In high risk environments, wearing the correct fire retardant workwear will help to minimise injury. Getting it wrong could mean the difference between a minor accident and serious burns. All flame retardant workwear at Work & Wear Direct complies with EN ISO 11612 safety standards.
Work & Wear Direct stock a selection of workwear suitable for hazardous workplaces including flame retardant trousers and sweatshirts and fire retardant boilersuits/overalls. We also sell a range of flame resistant base layer clothing When wearing this clothing layered together, rather than individually, the layers allow more time before the wearer sustains an injury.
We also sell flame retardant workwear from big brands including:
Pulsar flame retardant workwear is designed and made to the highest possible standards, ensuring durability and long-lasting performance.
Portwest flame retardant workwear range includes quality flame-resistant workwear and strives to develop new products to meet the changing needs of workers.
Hydraflame flame retardant workwear meet the complex performance requirements and standards within the 'FR' (flame retardant) market used extensively across the utilities sector.
Beeswift flame retardant workwear has been either CE marked or tested at recognised test houses, meaning that these products meet the strictest quality and safety standards.
The difference lies in how each type of fabric is made. Flame retardant means that a chemical substance has been added to materials during their manufacturing process in order to reduce the likelihood of the finished product catching fire and to slow down the combustion process.
Fire resistance is characterised as resisting ignition or self-extinguishing once the source of the ignition is removed. Fire resistant clothing will not qualify as fire resistant unless it is made of certain nonflammable fibres.
Check out our printing and embroidery page for personalisation options on flame retardant workwear.
Flame retardant workwear is available to buy from Work & Wear Direct at exceptionally competitive prices. Call us on 01702 553698 to find out more.