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Cold Comfort

When autumn winds down and temperatures begin to fall, people who work outdoors need extra protection from the cold weather, on top of whatever personal protective equipment (PPE) they are already wearing.

Staying Warm & Safe

As winter sets in, outdoor workers need to re-aquaint themselves with the art of dressing right and staying warm.

Warming to Protective Gear

On February 3, 1947, the tiny village of Snag in the Yukon set a record yet to be bested. With a week of cold air blowing in from Siberia, Snag netted the lowest air temperature ever recorded in Canada: -62.8 degrees Celsius.

Protecting outdoor workers in cold weather

Canadian winter months can bring frigid, sub-zero temperatures, and for those who work outdoors, exposure to the cold can be hazardous and put them at risk for injury.
Product News 

DuPont and Unifi Join Forces to Create Breakthrough Eco-Friendly Cold-Weather Apparel Insulation

October 11 2017 — WILMINGTON, Del., and Greensboro, N.C. — DuPont Industrial Biosciences (DuPont) announced today a collaboration with Unifi, Inc. to create high-performance, renewably sourced garment insulation, offering leading apparel brands a new sustainable choice for cold-weather products. » Read More

Winter Is Coming – Make Sure You Are “AccuWeather Ready” with Critical Safety Information

November 17, 2017 — The world’s largest, fastest-growing and most accurate source of weather forecasts and warnings wants you to get “AccuWeather Ready” for winter by visiting » Read More