Safety considerations: this garment when certified as a flame-resistant garment for
protection of industrial personnel provides a degree of protection to the wearer and
reduces severity of burn injuries resulting from accidental exposure to hydrocarbon
Limitations of Use:
The use of garments providing protection against flash fires
should be incorporated into a proper safety program that also utilized appropriate
administration and engineering controls in addition to proper safe work procedures.
For maximum protection, flame resistant collars shall be worn closed, and sleeves and
cuffs shall be worn down and secured. Other personal protective equipment PPE shall
be worn if determined as necessary from a review of the potential hazards to which
workers are exposed from the hazard assessment.
Garment Marking Recommendations and Restrictions:
Clothing may be marked with an individual’s name, department, etc., using an indelible
laundry marker. A separate laundry label should be attached for this purposed. Never
mark on the safety or cleaning labels on this protective clothing.
The following is made in lieu of all warranties expressed or implied including without
limitation implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
Stanco only warrants for a period of 90 days after the delivery of a Stanco garment that
the garment is free from defects in materials and workmanship when used in
accordance with the instructions contained in this guide. The Purchaser and all
garments users need to promptly notify Stanco of any claim, whether based on contract,
negligence, strict liability, or otherwise.
Sizing and Adjustment:
The selection of protective clothing size relates directly to
the garment’s ability to function properly. If the garment binds at the shoulders, arms
or crotch area, it is probably too small. Garments should not be too loose so that
mobility and dexterity is impeded.
Clean and thoroughly dry these flame resistant garments prior to storage. Do not store
garments in direct sunlight or fluorescent light because exposure to ultraviolet rays
cause color change or fading.
Frequency and Details of Inspection:
This garment should be inspected upon receipt and then after each cleaning or repair
thereafter during the life of the garment. Particular attention should be given to the
zippers, seams and hardware to ensure correct operation. If shortcomings are found,
then the garment should be repaired or replaced immediately.
Donning and Doffing your garment:
Put on garment and make certain all closure systems are securely fastened. This
includes any snaps, zippers or hooks and loop closures. Coverall, shirts and jackets are
designed to provide protection all the way to the neck. Sleeve with cuffs shall be worn
down and secured.
Cleaning Instructions and Precautions:
Machine wash, Warm Water (104F/40C)
Do Not Use Chlorine Bleach nor detergents containing chlorine bleach.
When using commercial laundry aids, be sure to read and carefully follow the
manufacturer’s instructions. Do not line dry in sunlight.
Maintenance and Repairs:
This garment should be inspected regularly and repaired when in compliance with the
guidelines set forth in frequency and Details of Inspection.
Retirement and Disposal:
Protective garments should be removed from services and replaced when repair is not
economically practical. Old garments should be destroyed by cutting off sleeves and
legs to prevent accidental use. This protective garment must be used in a manner
consistent with NFPA 2113, Standards on Selection, Care, Use and Maintenance of
Flame Resistant Garments for Protection of Industrial Personnel against Flash Fire and
29 CFR 1910 required employee training programs and all other Federal, State, and
Local regulations. It is the USER’S SOLE RESPONSIBILITY to determine the level of risk
and proper personal protection equipment needed because conditions of use are totally
outside of our control.