Safety Equipment

Safety is every utility field tech's top priority. Find products that will help ensure your safety with eyewear, clothing, vests and gloves.



safety lighting Larson Electronics

Work lights: High performance LED drop light with pin and sleeve plug

November 25, 2015

Safety lighting: Larson Electronics has released a new explosion-proof LED drop light designed to provide cooler operation...

line maintenance Premax

Utility poles: Smart Grid Tag marking system

November 25, 2015

Line maintenance: Premax’s Smart Grid Tags create the physical link between a utility’s computer database and its asset in...

safety products Industrial Video and Control IVC

Video monitoring system: Radiometric thermal camera

November 25, 2015

Safety products: Industrial Video & Control introduces its high performance radiometric thermal video camera. Provides...

construction equipment Condux Tesmec

Construction equipment: Hydraulic puller-tensioner improves conductor stringing jobsite productivity

November 24, 2015

Line construction: Condux Tesmec’s AFB506 hydraulic puller-tensioner provides utilities and utility contractors the abilit...

utility safety NEMA

Safety products: NEMA publishes 2016 Edition of Electrical Standards & Products Guide

November 24, 2015

Utility safety: The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) published the 2016 edition of its Electrical Stan...

safety products Nightstick Bayco Products

Work light: LED headlamp clips direct to hard hats

November 23, 2015

Safety products: Nightstick’s intrinsically safe XPP-5454GC LED headlamp now clips direct to hard hats. Waterproof Class 1...

safety products Larson Electronics

Safety equipment: Explosion proof tool tap reel with single receptacle

November 23, 2015

Safety products: Larson Electronics’ EPLRT-50-12.3-GCR explosion proof tool tap provides easy management of an included 50...

safety lighting Larson Electronics

Safety lighting: Magnetically mounted mini LED strobe light bar

November 20, 2015

Safety products: Larson Electronics has released a 32-watt mini LED strobe light equipped with a 16-ft. cord terminated in...




Make your workplace safer with tips and insights from industry experts Matt Forck, a Certified Safety Professional and Journey Line Worker, and Bill Dampf, a Certified Safety Professional.

Updates To Electrical Distribution Requirements


Last summer, OSHA updated the Federal Register, regulating electrical work in the construction industry. The final rule ca...

Build a Better Safety Net With an Electrical Safety Gap Analysis


Electricity is an integral component of our way of life and global economy, but it’s not without hazards. Electrical hazar...


How to deploy mobile forms + devices to speed up field service processes & reporting

Overcoming the pain points associated with any process is much simpler and more cost effective th...

Redefining Utility Field Service Operations with Mobile Solutions

The webcast will be led by three of the leading manufacturers in the Utility Market in Mobile Tec...


OSHA 1910.269 Are You Regulation Ready?

Read this Q&A to learn about changes to federal regulations and how to select FR garments for...

Envisioning the Smart Grid of the Future

While it is true that the future is unknowable, it’s a safe guess that the smart grid of tomorrow...



Everlast Substation signs

Everlast safety signs and Everlast Substation signs meet all ANSI and OSHA requirements and continue to be readable for the life of the substation. When most signs fail ours shine.

Everlast pole tags

Everlast pole tags for distribution poles have been used all over the world in this great earth's worst environment's proving it is the longest lasting product to use on pole's!

Swage Bus Accessories

Swage Bus Accessories use a compression technology process called "swaging" that enables installation of aluminum bus accessories without the need of a welder.

SB01 Splice Enclosure and Accessories

AFL’s SB01 splice enclosure provides protection from all types of elements. From weather to bullets, the iron and steel construction requires no additional protective covering.