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Workrite's new website on FR clothing & standards
23
Oct '12
Workrite Uniform Company, Inc., a leading provider of flame-resistant (FR) workwear worldwide, has launched their new website with a new design and new concept: to make this website an "industry hub" for those in need of industry-specific information about FR clothing and standards.

In addition to an overview of FR clothing basics and unique, company-customizable e-commerce capabilities, the new website provides a variety of interactive tools for safety managers in a variety of industries to learn more about FR -- delivered in a new way.

From educational videos to a comprehensive Frequently Asked Question section, the website is a functional place where FR users, employers, customers, trainers, consultants and more can come to find out more about FR in general, as well as the specific products offered by Workrite.

Industry-specific subpages (fire service, utilities, manufacturing and oil & gas) ensure the information presented is relevant to each visitor's field.

"We broadened the website's focus to accommodate the fact that the need for flame-resistant clothing has expanded into new industries," says Keith Suddaby, president of Workrite.

"This brings new users who are in need of FR information, from general standards to fabrics available to specific garment features. We believe this website provides that information in an engaging way, ultimately helping them to make the right decision for their company and employees."

Founded in 1973, Workrite Uniform Company, Inc. has delivered high-quality flame-resistant (FR) workwear for 40 years through both their Workrite and Dickies FR brands.

Workrite Uniform Company Inc.

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