As of Friday, June 24th, we have officially changed our company name to Liberty Safety. It’s a small change that reflects our evolution from just a provider of safety gloves to a head-to-toe supplier of PPE. We were founded in 1987 with the sole objective of offering a wide selection of safety gloves to meet the needs of U.S. workers. Since then, we have increased our product line to include over 5,000 products, representing 27 categories and 12 sub-brands. It’s
The Bureau of Labor Statistics consistently puts the auto industry in its top 25 most dangerous jobs list. Find out why and what automotive companies should do to proactively keep their workers safer.
Your hearing is nothing to take for granted, but often it’s a safety hazard that gets overlooked. Find quick answers to 10 FAQs you need to know about noise hazards in the workplace.
The NSC Safety Congress and Expo will be at the San Diego Convention Center, September 16-22. We’ve put together some tips on how you can get the most out of it – check it out!
As of Friday, June 24th, we have officially changed our company name to Liberty Safety. It’s a small change that reflects our evolution from just
Hand injuries account for more than 23% of reported workplace injuries, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The facts are 70% of these workplace accident victims were not wearing hand gloves. The other 30% were not wearing the proper gloves to fit the specific application.
As a major PPE supplier, we know how important it is to stay healthy, especially during this pandemic. Liberty Glove and Safety has created a list of safety tips to keep you safety, healthy, and productive. By following these quick tips, you can help minimize the spread of Covid-19.
Whether indoors or outdoors, workers exposed to cold temperatures are at risk of cold stress. Without the proper personal protective equipment (PPE), cold stress can lead to serious injury. OSHA reports cold stress can even be fatal so being aware of the risks and preparing ahead of time is critical to keeping workers safe on the job in cold weather conditions.