Over the course of several years, I used the umbrella for work and at home. I weld on pipelines all over the United States, each state has its own weather challenges which have been no match for the strength of the LAPCO umbrella.
If your work exposes you to a risk of flash fires, electric arcs, or combustible dust explosions, you need fire resistant clothing to protect you. According to OSHA, flame resistant clothing “is a type of apparel that is made out of material that is meant to self-extinguish once the ignition source has been removed.”
Companies providing employee uniforms have a measure of control over uniform selection, maintenance, care, and retirement. This helps to ensure that uniforms meet the proper standards and that employers educate workers in the proper use of safety clothing. These preventative measures save the business money and man-hours by mitigating the risk for injuries and downtime resulting from citations for non-compliance.
Using a safe, non-flammable, insect repellent formulated for use with FR clothing reduces the possibility of contracting Zika virus, Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, West Nile virus, and other vectors spread by mosquitoes and ticks.
“LAPCO’s main focus is customer service. We pride ourselves on customer service. We create turn-key opportunities for our distributors through our drop-ship and customization programs. We provide embroidery, patches, screen printing and reflective tape. Our distributors never have to touch the garment. We can ship directly to the customer,” explained Lani Stinnett, Inside Sales Manager, LAPCO Manufacturing.