Find the right MCR Safety product that protects you against these common hazards.
Temperatures reach as high as 35,000°F during arc blasts. We now manufacture vests, gloves, and rain suits that are ARC-rated.Learn More About Arc Flash Protection
We know many electrical activities require all three. We now manufacture several styles with cut-protection, abrasion-protection, and arc-protection wrapped up into one glove solution!
Tremendous hand dexterity is required when splicing and pulling wire, placing conduit, wiring electrical boxes, or working around metal junction boxes. Our 18-gauge featherweight gloves are an excellent choice for wiring.Learn More About Cut and Sense of Touch Protection
Electricians work indoors and outdoors. Safety glasses that are dielectric, made with no metal parts and made for I/O, come in handy when on a job site.Learn More About Dielectric and Indoor Outdoor Protection
Keeping glasses easily wrapped around your hard hat can create hazards in itself, in addition to causing discomfort. Our DM3 eyewear styles have wire adjustable temples, designed to put limited pressure on your ears.Learn More About Eyewear Adjustability Protection
Body heat raises the likelihood that glasses will become fogged. Were you aware that MCR Safety makes our 6X greater fog-resistant glasses in a polarized version?Learn More About Fogging Protection
Electricians work in confined areas, which means bumping up against equipment is always a concern.Learn More About Impact Protection
For electricians working around live energy, coming into contact with electric arc and arc flashes is a definite risk. In addition, there is also blowing debris, flying chips, and projectiles present when using an electrician's drill.Learn More About Impaired Vision Protection
Electricians are always moving materials from point A to point B. Our ARC-rated leather gloves, double-stitched with DuPont™ Kevlar®, are the ideal choice for electricians.
MCR Safety’s lineup of grabbers and glove clips will keep one of the most forgotten pieces of PPE, your gloves, close by when needed.
Electricians rely on precision while working. We manufacture some of the lightest weight gloves, with high abrasion-resistance and excellent sense of touch.Learn More About Sense of Touch Protection
It's always smart to keep a pair of cut-resistant gloves on-hand when installing lighting systems, fastening metal boxes to walls, cleaning up the work site, or replacing receptacles and ballasts.Learn More About Sharp Objects Protection
Electricians work outside and are regularly exposed to the sun. Our FR shirts are designed to keep your arms covered and protected. Having some polarized glasses nearby also makes sense.
Coming into contact with overheated electric equipment is always a concern. Read up on Heat-Resistant Gloves and know how our ITC lab reports heat ratings.Learn More About Thermal Burns Protection
Staying seen on a construction site is a must. For electricians, we’ve got ARC-rated safety vests available to keep you seen and protected from arc blasts.
It is not uncommon to find some electricians wearing non-FR clothing, which can easily ignite and provide an additional fuel source, increasing burn injuries. MCR Safety ensures its FR clothing is ARC-rated.
MCR Safety manufactures and supplies Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Simply put, WE PROTECT PEOPLE! We are known world-wide for our extensive product line depth surrounding gloves, glasses, and garments spanning across numerous industries. We offer the total package of safety gear encompassing industrial gloves, safety glasses, protective garments, welding gear, industrial boots, Flame Resistant (FR) gear, face shields, and much more. From a glove standpoint alone, MCR Safety manufacturers and supplies over 1,000 different style gloves. Here are some of the many reasons MCR Safety is your go to source for PPE:
MCR Safety is recognized as a global manufacturer stretching across six countries, with both distribution and manufacturing facilities. Our core competency and specialty is manufacturing and supplying protective gloves, glasses, and garments. The information shown and provided on MCR Safety’s website, its safety articles, industry resource pages, highlighted hazards and safety equipment should be used only as a general reference tool and guide. The end user is solely responsible for determining the suitability of any product selection for a particular application. MCR Safety makes no guarantee or warranty (expressed or implied) of our products’ performance or protection for particular applications.