Tyndale's Webinar Wednesdays

While unprecedented times have called for unprecedented distance, there’s one thing we can still do together: raise the bar on arc flash and flash fire safety. Tune in to Webinar Wednesday, where together we’ll take a look at arc-rated and flame resistant clothing from all angles – product innovations, service solutions, hazards and standards, questions, trends, cost-saving options, best practices, COVID-19 topics, and more. In each session, you’ll find interesting, quality information that’s timely, relevant, backed by data, and supported by video. Mark your calendar, grab a snack, and join us.

Uniform Rental: A Headache You Can’t Afford Wednesday

Whether you’re currently in a uniform rental program or considering one in the future, understanding how a rental program operates is critically important when evaluating your uniform program experience. Learn the ins and outs of what to expect from a uniform rental with industrial laundry supplier, how a rental program compares to a managed purchase program, and why choosing uniform rental costs you in more ways than one.

We Covered:

  • The differences between rental and purchase programs
  • Charges to expect in a rental program – beyond the weekly rental fees
  • Common complaints from employees enrolled in a rental program
  • What uniform rental suppliers don’t want you to know

Hosted By:

Chad Barker

Regional Sales Director

Chad Barker, Tyndale’s Regional Sales Director, brings 20 years of experience in uniform and FR clothing operations and sales experience to his role and is a knowledgeable resource on the industry, standards, and fabrics. Chad works closely with his team to ensure his customers receive the highest level of service, leverage the full range of benefits associated with Tyndale’s solution, and are informed of changes and updates in the industry.

Chad previously held General Manager and Sales Manager positions for two of the largest national uniform rental with industrial laundry companies, G&K Services and Aramark. In these roles, Chad managed the end-to-end operations by leading people and managing the processes involved in delivering results for the customers, company, and shareholders.

Chad served as a National Account Executive to Tyndale customers in the northwest for four years before being promoted to his current role as Regional Sales Director. As a National Account Executive, Chad maintained intimate familiarity with FR fabrics, garments, and standards, as well as the capabilities of Tyndale’s managed program.

Chad’s experience gives him a unique understanding of how a managed direct purchase program differs from a uniform rental program. In his current role, Chad uses his extensive experience to manage a team of Account Executives across the western US.

The Fastest Road to Safety and Compliance for Small Businesses

In this webinar, we explored Tyndale’s newest service platform – TyndaleFRC Express – created specifically for small to mid-sized business. Kateri Miller, Tyndale’s Account Services Manager, delves into the details of what makes TyndaleFRC Express, Tyndale’s fastest and most efficient service platform for outfitting workers in flame resistant (FR) clothing and personal protective equipment (PPE).

We Covered:

  • Why outfitting every worker in their own FRC is important
  • Is TyndaleFRC Express right for your company?
  • Features of Tyndale’s newest purchasing power tool
  • What you’ll need to get started with TyndaleFRC Express

Hosted By:

Kateri Miller

Account Services Manager

Kateri Miller, Tyndale’s Account Services Manager, plays a vital role in establishing and maintaining program infrastructure, providing product guidance, report analysis and technical information, advising on program parameters and best practices, and addressing issues. With more than 15 years of experience as a Management Professional, Kateri’s role as an Account Services Manager aligns with her demonstrated capability of liaising with Tyndale’s Sales and Marketing departments to bring flexibility, value and risk mitigation strategies to Tyndale’s customers.

The Answers to FRC Safety During COVID-19. Wednesday, June 10th - 1:00PM EST

On our June 10th Webinar Wednesday, we continued the discussion on FRC safety during COVID-19.

We Covered :

  • FR Mask Standards: Get the latest information on emergency FR mask updates to the ASTM F18 F1506 standard and the NFPA 2112 flash fire standard. You’ll hear news and updates regarding specifications for flame resistant (AR / FR) masks.
  • Latest Questions: The questions on FRC Safety and COVID-19 keep coming! Listen for answers to new questions plus we’ll respond to questions we weren’t able to cover during our first COVID-19 and FRC Safety Webinar. And, we’ll take your new questions as well!
  • Tips on FR Safety and your Supplier: Get updated on the safety measures you should be looking for from your AR / FR supplier. We’ll provide industry best practices to keep you safe against COVID-19 and give insight on how service suppliers are handling the challenges they face.

Hosted By:

Scott Margolin

Vice President of Technical

Scott Margolin has over 30 years of experience in arc-rated/flame resistant (FR) clothing, providing Tyndale with unmatched technical expertise. He has conducted over 1,800 arc flashes and nearly 4,000 flash fires at labs all over the world. Much of this research focused on real world hazards and PPE performance.

Top Five Factors to Look for When Selecting an FR Supplier. Wednesday, May 27th - 1:00PM EST

On Our May 27th Webinar Wednesday, we explored the Top Five Factors to Look for When Selecting an FR Supplier.

We Covered:

  • How to compare arc-rated and flame resistant (AR/FR) clothing providers – and ways suppliers can differentiate themselves – in terms of service, product selection, flexibility, innovation, and expertise.

Hosted By:

Tamara Caponegro

Vice President of Sales

As Vice President of Sales for 14 years, Tamara Caponegro oversees all sales and business development activities at Tyndale, working closely with Tyndale Leadership, Sales, and Client Service teams to provide the highest level of service and deliver continuous innovation to the companies and workers who rely on Tyndale for arc-rated and flame resistant (AR/FR) clothing. Including the oversight of ongoing managed direct-purchase programs at more than 90% of investor-owned electric utilities (including some of the nation’s largest utilities), 50+ Fortune 500 companies, and countless midsize organizations, Tamara’s experience is both rare and invaluable. She is deeply familiar with the AR/FR clothing industry: garments, hazards and standards, challenges, and service solutions and dedicated to protecting workers for safety and compliance. Tamara brings 12 years of past experience in customer relations, management, and executive leadership to her tenure at Tyndale.

The Dos and Don’ts of FRC Safety During COVID-19 Wednesday, May 13th - 12:00PM EST

In our inaugural Webinar Wednesday on May 13, we explored the Dos and Don’ts of FRC Safety During COVID-19.

We Covered:

  • How to manage the challenges of COVID-19 in your workplace alongside arc flash and flash fire hazards
  • How to combat the spread of COVID-19 without jeopardizing the integrity of arc-rated and flame resistant (AR/FR) clothing and PPE
  • Answers to frequently-asked questions about how to properly disinfect AR/FR and PPE, safely using bleach and chemical sanitizers in the presence of AR/FR, and AR/FR masks: why to wear, how to choose, proper mask care, and related questions

Hosted By:

Scott Margolin

Vice President of Technical

Scott Margolin has over 30 years of experience in arc-rated/flame resistant (FR) clothing, providing Tyndale with unmatched technical expertise. He has conducted over 1,800 arc flashes and nearly 4,000 flash fires at labs all over the world. Much of this research focused on real world hazards and PPE performance.