We’re so excited to celebrate Tyndale 500!
Not quite the famous, 500-mile racecar event you may be familiar with. We recently reached (and quickly exceeded) 500 posts on HERE, our industry-leading blog! All thanks to you – our readers – for cheering us on!
Unlike Daytona, we’re not stopping at 500. We started the blog in July 2013 and the finish line is nowhere in sight. We look forward to continuing to share technical information, answers to common questions, and videos – which can be used in trainings. Our blog isn’t geared toward any specific type of reader – it’s for everyone. Whether you’re a PPE beginner, intermediate, or expert you can find reliable information on industry-relevant topics.
Let’s hear from Scott Margolin, Tyndale’s Vice President of Technical (regularly featured on our blog), as he celebrates in style and shares important tips about staying in the loop:
So, the answer to how you stay up to speed on industry information is Tyndale’s blog – and we hope you agree! Our goal is to provide accurate information to our readers that’s easily digestible and engaging. We work hard to ensure our content is connected but not conflicting, and we pivot as needed to cover timely topics related to safety. You can trust us to answer your questions and provide ongoing educational information as the industry is ever evolving.
What’s on the blog?
We’re constantly refueling our blog with new information. The blog is home to:
- FR FAQ Fridays – where we answer Frequently Asked Questions that we’ve received or anticipate our readers might have! Keep an eye on your inbox or our blog every Friday to get answers to common questions.
- One-of-a-kind Specials:
- Unique series:
- Technical / Standard Information – where we explain what safety standards say related to compliance, care, maintenance, proper wear, and more.
How do I find specific content?
Keeping up with so much content can be tricky. Luckily, we have a search bar on our blog (accessible in the right-had navigation bar on any page) where you can type key word(s) related to your question and scroll through the results to find and read relevant posts.
Thank you for riding along with us for the first 500 posts – we look forward to the next and hope you do too!