Insulated Tool Kits
Keeping your employees safe is your top priority. At Enviro Safety Products, it’s ours too. That’s why you’ll find a huge selection of OSHA and NFPA compliant insulated tools in our extensive catalog. Our inventory is packed with general purpose insulated tool kits, long-reach insulated mini-pliers and insulated electricians’ tools that will keep your workers safe on the job.
OSHA and NFPA Standards for Insulated Tool Kits
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the National Fire Protection Association have outlined standards that every employer must enforce—including the use of insulated tools. The tools in our collection have been manufactured in accordance with current standards and rigorously tested to ensure workplace safety. They meet both OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910.331-335 and NFPA 70E’s 2004 requirements, so when your employees use them, you stay compliant with federal regulations.
Trusted Manufacturers, Proven Effectiveness
At Enviro Safety Products, we only offer the world’s most trusted brands of electrician hand tools and insulated tool kits because our reputation depends on it. You’ll find that most of the insulated tool kits in our collection are made in the USA.
The electrician hand tools in our catalog have all been tested to 10,000 VAC and are rated for at least 1,000 VAC when working on live parts. Since they’re manufactured according to the highest standards to meet both OSHA and NFPA regulations, you can rest assured that your workforce is safe and compliant.
Our inventory of insulated tool kits comprises items that meet the IEC 900 standard for insulated hand tools and the ASTM F1505-1 standard. They’re impact resistant and flame retardant for your employees’ maximum safety.
Uses and Settings for Insulated Tool Kits from Enviro Safety Products
Whether your employees are hard at work on power lines, wearing hard hats and high-visibility gear, or they’re elbow-deep in a generator with arc flash clothing on to protect them, Enviro Safety Products’ huge selection of OSHA and NFPA compliant insulated hand tools will fit right in.