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Safety glasses

The BackDraft series is dielectric and features a unique self-sealing TPR/polycarbonate hinge and internal TPR side shields for extreme particle protection.
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MCR Safety

MCR Safety extends our Vitrishield™ disposable glove selection with our new 7010BK. Vitrishield™ is a bi-polymer that creates a new level of disposable protection and performance. VitriShield™ leverages the tensile strength of nitrile and the puncture resistance of vinyl. The 7010BK features a black coating to hide grease and grime. Visit www.mcrsafety.com.

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Insulated bib overall

The BP3 Insulated Bib Overall is constructed of a 7.5-ounce, 88 percent cotton/12 percent nylon water-repellent outer shell with an 11.5-ounce FR quilted liner.
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MCR Safety

Booth #3737

Ninja® BNF (Breathable Nitrile Foam) unique polymer achieves outstanding abrasion resistance and provides greater comfort and longer wear due to its breathability. The N96785 features a lightweight 18-gauge nylon/spandex shell and a full coating of red flat nitrile with a second over-the-knuckle coating of black BNF. The double coating provides greater durability and creates a waterproof barrier.

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Cut-resistant glove

The high-performance, cut-resistant Memphis Hero series provides higher levels of cut protection without sacrificing comfort.
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MCR Safety

MCR Safety introduces our newest ForceFlex T100 glove featuring a Clarino synthetic leather palm with anti-vibration polymer pads. The tan mesh fabric back is cool with a TPR cage protecting the back of the hand. The neoprene slip-on cuff includes a pull strap. Visit www.mcrsafety.com or call (800) 955-6887 for all your safety gear needs.


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Eye protection

Should a safety director be concerned about employees taking safety glasses home?

Safety directors should be concerned if their employees are not taking home their safety glasses. The American Academy of Ophthalmology states in “Eye Health Statistics at a Glance” that 44.1 percent of eye injuries happen at home.


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Trends in ... eye protection

Don't be a statistic
In 2011, 5,170 eye injuries involving cases with days away from work occurred in the manufacturing industry, according to the 2014 edition of the National Safety Council’s “Injury Facts.”
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