Fit Matters: A CSA Study in 2022 Found Only 6% Of Women Stated That PPE They Wore Was Designed for Them. ‘When PPE doesn’t fit properly, it can’t protect against workplace hazards effectively and it can lead to workplace injuries.’ according to this study. Since 2008 we have been working with manufacturers to develop PPE to fit a women’s body type. We are proud to have one of the largest selections of women’s PPE in Canada.
Styles made for women.
Women lead team to help with your needs.
Large Diverse Selection
Two stores in Alberta (Fort McMurray & Edmonton) to get firsthand feedback on fit and comfort from actual working conditions.
Their customer service is great. I received an email stating part of my order is on a slight delay. So I called to inquire how long due to going back out to camp in 2 weeks. They gave me a timeline and was very nice. I’ll do a review on my items once I receive them.
The best place in Edmonton to get your safety PPE. They not only had a.wide selection of gear for all seasons. They also had good items on sale and honestly a huge variety of all things FR and Hi-vis. They staff is great and always willing to help you find a size .
Overall:If you go to Mark's Work Wearhouse go here instead for the value alone. You will save so much money here and get to support a local store.Highly recommend to anyone and will definitely recommend people who need workwear to this store.Value:I was amazed with how much more Mark's Work Wearhouse is compared to this place. One hoodie I was looking at while I was at Mark's was $260 and this place had the same exact hoodie for $160.All of their prices are more than reasonable.Store:Store was well laid out and made sense. Inventory was solid for someone who is average height and build. They had everything I needed especially with the weather changing I was amazed with the warm weather inventory they had.Staff:Staff was very helpful. I don't remember the guy's name who helped me but he worked in the trades for awhile and knows his stuff from actual experience in the field.
Rose Ann whose roots are in Cape Breton spent 10 years working on many sites in Northern Alberta eventually becoming a certified Safety Officer. She has firsthand experience of the challenges of ill-fitting PPE and has been a major influencer in product development.