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May 22, 2014

With changes in the OSHA rules governing residential construction fall protection for contractors, Safety Works is spreading the word on compliance through creative merchandising and other materials.

Wexford, Pennsylvania-based Safety Works, during the National Hardware Show and elsewhere, distributed its Residential Fall Protection Fact Sheet, which clarified the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s recent changes to the residential construction fall protection regulations for contractors.

March 17, 2014

In fishing circles, they are royalty -- Jimmy Houston, Bill Dance and Roland Martin.

Known collectively as “TH3 Legends,” the trio is involved in a successful licensing deal with Safety Works in the hand protection area. 

December 13, 2013

Safety Works ToastyFeet insoles represent the latest in all-weather performance, according to the Wexford, Pa.-based manufacturer.

A package of ToastyFeet boot and shoe insoles promises all day comfort and aerogel-infused insulation that keeps heat in and cold out. 

For retailers, the product is also available in a 24-pack floor display.

ToastyFeet are described as ideal for outdoor construction, sporting activities, hunting and camping. 

May 9, 2013

Safety Works rolled out new products with the stamp of Larry the Cable Guy and professional fishing “Legends.”

Las Vegas -- Wexford, Pa.-based Safety Works unveiled new products, including a Larry the Cable Guy line of hand, eye, head and body protection, and also a line of hand protection from “The 3 Legends” of professional fishing.

The Larry the Cable Guy licensed products include a “Git-R-Done” hard hat and vests, along with safety glasses branded with a small “Git-R-Done” logo. “Git-R-Done” is the stock phrase of the comedian.