Fire-Dex, a manufacturer of quality protective firefighting clothing and emergency response apparel, announced a record year in 2006, marking the eighth consecutive year of double-digit growth.
In the first article, we discussed conducting risk assessment as the first step in the protective clothing selection process. Information was provided for how departments should conduct a hazard and risk assessment.
LaCrosse Footwear, a leading provider of branded work and outdoor footwear for expert users, has been awarded a $1.25 million direct contract to produce Phoenix bunker boots for the Chicago Fire Department.
A new eye protection line from MSA means that firefighters will never lose goggles again.
Fire-Dex, has been selected as a Cascade Capital Corporation Business Growth Award recipient.
An evolution is taking place in the way that bunker gear will look and perform.
Joe Luic has been appointed production supervisor for Fire-Dex, a leading maker of firefighter turnout gear, wildland apparel and EMS gear.
Witmer Associates Inc., the home of TheFireStore.com, has developed new gear storage bags for firefighters sold under the trade name GEARMASTERS.
Bullard has made its Top Comfort brow and crown pad standard on its PX, FX, UST and USTM model helmets.