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MCR Safety 360 Protection Program  - Updated:  Dec 12, 2017

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MCR Safety 360° Protection Program

 

MCR Safety has over forty years of experience as a leader in the field of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Our assortment of offerings includes gloves, glasses, and garments which are made from the highest quality materials available to ensure maximum safety, comfort, and style.

We have dedicated safety professionals committed to engaging at industrial workplaces to demonstrate our products, provide training, and extend our 360° Protection Program.

The MCR Safety 360° Protection Program is designed to perform a complete assessment and review of your current safety gear performance.  This service will provide an emphasis on direct & indirect cost savings, productivity, risk reduction, for now and in the future.  This is achieved by the following comprehensive 5-step process:


MCR Safety Launches New Glove with DuPont Kevlar  - Updated:  Aug 11, 2017

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ANSI Cut Level 4 Protection Features Dare Bigger Design

WILMINGTON, DE, February 26, 2015 – DuPont Protection Technologies (DuPont) and MCR Safety today announced the launch of a new cut resistant glove “Memphis Orange” with Kevlar®. MCR Safety is partnering with DuPont under the new Dare Bigger™ brand platform to promote its products with DuPont technology. This glove uses patented DuPont™ Kevlar® engineered yarns allowing glove companies like MCR Safety to Dare Bigger™ and bring new levels of cut-resistance performance and dexterity, along with features such as high visibility, to the market.


Web Based Customer Service  - Updated:  Jul 19, 2017

Web Based Customer Service

MCR Safety is proud to introduce our "Web Based Customer Service" portal.  You can now easily check on the status of your order, print an invoice, check availability, verify pricing, and so much more!  Once you click on the link below, get started by clicking on the "request login" button on the top right-hand corner of the welcome screen.  








2016 New Product of the Year Award  - Updated:  Sep 22, 2016

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MCR Safety's Dominator DM3 Eyewear is Award Winning

MCR Safety's Dominator™ DM3 Eyewear is Award Winning! The Occupational Health & Safety New Product of the Year Award is now in its eighth successful year. The award program honors the outstanding product development achievements of health and safety manufacturers whose products are considered particularly noteworthy in their ability to improve workplace safety


ANSI/ISEA Standard 105-2016 Update  - Updated:  Sep 02, 2016

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The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) new standard contains criteria for determining multiple aspects of glove performance and protection levels. Most of the attention has been in regards to enhancements to our cut resistance levels.  In effort to provide consumers with improved performance ratings, our industry now has more levels with smaller gram performance ranges to better determine the most appropriate safety gear.




MCR Safety Announces Relocation of our West Coast Operations  - Updated:  Jun 10, 2016

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MCR Safety is expanding operations as well as enhancing transit times by strategically re-positioning its West coast distribution center to Reno, NV. With over-night service to nearly every major west coast city and 8 of the 11 western states, Reno is becoming known as the "hub of the west".

ANSI/ISEA 107 High Visibility Standard Update  - Updated:  May 09, 2016

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The American National Standard for High-Visibility Safety Apparel and Accessories was recently updated from the ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 version to the 107-2015 version. It is a consensus standard that specifies requirements for apparel and accessories worn by workers to visually signal their presence.  It was developed by the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) and first published in 1999.  Since then, the standard has been recognized and compliance mandated by federal, state and local authorities as well as private industry entities.  Today, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) requires nearly all workers in or near a highway right-of-way to wear garments that comply with the standard.