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2014 ISHN October

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Tyndale's article was recently published in ISHN Magazine. In this article, Tyndale decontructs OSHA's stance on proper PPE maintance. Tyndale offers guidance to employers looking to understand not only OSHA's update to standard 1910.269, but also OSHA's view of care and maintenance for PPE in a broader context, outside of specific industries.

Check out the article on page 44 of the October 2014 edition of ISHN.


"improved power line protection:

comply with osha's new arc-rated clothing rules"


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Tyndale's article was recently published in ISHN Magazine. This article outlines recent changes to the standard 1910.269 governing workplace safety in electric power generation, transmission and distribution work. The article outlines steps employers need to take to remain compliant with OSHA's final rule. The article also discusses the role arc-rated clothing suppliers have in helping employers understand how protective requirements and employer responsibilities have changed.

Check out the article on pages 44-45 of the July 2014 edition of ISHN.

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"Stylish fr clothing is a game-changer"

Tyndale ISHN May 2014

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Tyndale's article was recently published in ISHN Magazine. This article discusses how new FR clothing is driving worker satisfaction, comfort and compliance. Customer satisfaction increases as workers buy the brands they like, have had a positive experience with, and trust. 

Check out the article on page 53 of the May 2014 edition of ISHN.

"Demand rising for Made in USA goods" 

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Tyndale’s dedication to American manufacturing was recognized in the media recently. Tyndale was featured in a newspaper article highlighting the increased demand for American-made products. The article was published on July 1, 2013 in the Bucks County Intelligencer, Courier Times, Burlington County Times, and posted online at Phillyburbs.com.

The online version of the article also features a short video taken at Tyndale. 

"The FR Experience"


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Tyndale's article was recently published in ISHN Magazine. The article gives an overview of the FR clothing industry, explaining the relationship between different aspects of FR Clothing and how each aspect impacts the wearer's experience.

Check out the article on page 46 of the May 2013 edition of ISHN.

"Outfitted For SucCess"


When Gail and Dale Whittenberger founded the Tyndale Co. in the 1970s,
businesses were just starting to respond to new federal workplace rules
requiring safety equipment and flame-resistant clothing in certain industries

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Tyndale Wins Apex award for base layer


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“Nifty Fifty” Women Entrepreneurs Leads Spikes in Sales and Growth

VANCOUVER, B.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO), in partnership with American Express OPEN, the small business division of American Express, today released the fourth ranking of the 50 Fastest Growing Women-Owned/led companies in North America. The Top 50 generated a combined $4.1 billion in 2010 revenues (mean of $82.7 million) and collectively employed 24,650 in 2010 (projected average for 2011 is 557 employees).

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Employee protective apparel



Pipersville, Pa.—For more than 30 years, Tyndale has been helping companies manage employee protective apparel

programs—while fulfilling a growing interest in supporting the nation’s economy by manufacturing clothing in America with American-made materials. A manufacturer and distributor whose product line has exclusively been available to large corporations, Tyndale announced its made-in-the USA product line is now available to individuals in need of FR clothing through Retail.TyndaleUSA.com.
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Made in America

Tyndale Co. of Pipersville continues to grow
                                                      David Campbell

Thirteen has been a lucky number for Pipersville-based Tyndale Company.
“We’ve had 13 consecutive years of revenue growth, so we’re a nice success story,” company President Rob Whittenberger said. Tyndale is a manufacturer and distributor of flame-resistant clothing and provider of managed apparel programs. When he joined the company right out of college in 1997,Whittenberger was one of about a dozen Tyndale employees. Today, the company employs approximately 140, or around 12 times the number from 15 years ago.

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