Get Even More Out of Your Tyndale Program

Tyndale is so much more than the industry’s leading supplier of quality, comfortable arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing. Take your program one step farther by consolidating your protective boot, rainwear, glove, insect guard, and storeroom PPE supply programs with us.

No need to juggle separate suppliers or manage data and distribution internally, and your workers benefit from choice and convenience.

Click below to learn more about our product options, service offerings, and browse educational resources for each product category:

How it Works

Choose from 3 simple options:

Buy Online or at a Local Store: With Tyndale’s reimbursement service, the brand, store, style, and price are completely the worker’s choice – so long as they comply with your company’s policy. The worker pays for the boots out of pocket up front, and Tyndale pays the worker back out of their Tyndale program balance (small administrative fee applies).


Available Product Options


As with AR / FR clothing, Tyndale offers a wide selection of quality, price-competitive products with reliable delivery. Products are vetted for compliance with applicable industry standards and purchases are managed, tracked, and reported.

Boot Resources


Tyndale Boot Program Flyer


Boot Reimbursement Flyer

Videos and Blog Articles

Workers Looking to Give Their Old Boots the Boot?
Tyndale can develop a boot program to meet the needs of any organization requiring foot protection for their employees – delivering flexibility, choice, and convenience to your workers while eliminating the internal burden of ordering, enforcing spend, tracking, and distributing boots. Explore our product and service options.

What are the Advantages of Tyndale’s New Boot Warehouse?
This designated warehouse space optimizes our shipping and inventory capabilities, while increasing the brand and footwear options we have on-hand. Orders typically ship within 2-3 days! Read all about it.

Top 3 Trends in Women’s PPE
As women play an increasingly important role in fields like the energy sector, utilities, and manufacturing, the protective apparel they wear is constantly evolving and improving. As recently as ten years ago it was difficult to find AR / FR protective apparel or EH-rated boots made specifically for women. But now, manufacturers are creating products that account for differences in style, body type, and fit to better serve women in industry.

Proud to Protect Canada – Episode 12: CSA Z195 & Jurisdictional Regulations Governing Protective Footwear
Explore CSA Z195, Canada’s protective footwear standard. We also identify and clarify the provincial regulations that do not specifically address this standard, reference other protective footwear standards, or use slightly different language in their jurisdictional requirements.

What Are the Changes to ASTM F2413-18?
Tune in to learn about ASTM F2413-18’s conformance requirements for footwear manufacturers and label designation changes on all safety footwear.

How It’s Tested: Episode 18 – ‘EH’ Two Letters That Shouldn’t Be Taken Lightly
Ariat’s Heath Hunter and Tyndale’s Scott Margolin explain in detail what it means for a boot to be tested for electric shock resistance and how EH-rated boots are designed to reduce the hazards of any accidental contact with live electrical currents.

How It’s Tested: Episode 17 – Why Footwear Testing Matters
Brush up on key footwear standards, and join Ariat’s Heath Hunter and Tyndale’s Scott Margolin for a discussion on impact resistance and compression resistance and the importance of testing and labeling in protective footwear.

What is Tyndale Doing to Better Serve Women?
At Tyndale, you’ll find the industry’s largest selection of garments – and boots – engineered specifically for women and stocked on our shelves. Read on to learn how we can partner together to improve the AR / FR experience for the women in your workforce.

SHOCKtober Episode 2: Save Your Sole(s) with E–H Rated Boots
Safety starts from the ground up. Learn about the two types of electrically-protective boots: dielectric boots or overshoes which can be viewed as primary protection, and Electrical Hazard or EH-rated boots which provide secondary protection.

Customer Spotlight: American Electric Power (AEP)
Learn from the experience of American Electric Power (AEP), who transitioned from a legacy direct purchase program with limited inventory, size range, product selection, availability of women’s products, and little to no customer service to a Tyndale managed allowance program for AR / FR clothing and protective boots – with comprehensive service and individualized delivery to more than 4,500 employees.

5 Easy Steps for Choosing Foot Protection
Want to be sure your workers have the right foot protection on the job – but just not sure where to start? This post highlights a few key steps to be sure your workers are safe and comfortable.

Summary of ASTM F2892: Soft Toe Protective Footwear Standard
Everything you need to know about ASTM F2892, the specification covering “minimum requirements for the performance of footwear to provide protection against a variety of workplace hazards other than the toe area that can potentially result in injury.”

What You Should Know about ASTM F2413 for Protective Footwear
This standard covers the minimum construction, performance, testing, and labeling requirements, and prescribes fit, function, and performance criteria for footwear designed to protect against a variety of workplace hazards that can potentially result in worker injury. It references test methods outlined in ASTM F2412.

Understanding the Test Methods that Govern Foot Protection
Your primer on ASTM F2412, a standard that outlines the test methods that measure resistance of footwear to hazards that may result in worker injury.

Does Cost of 1910.269 Include FR Outerwear or Boots?
What the latest edition of OSHA 1910.269 says about PPE costs, and how to account for all aspects of required PPE in your budget calculations.

Rainwear Resources


Tyndale Rainwear Program Flyer

Videos and Blog Articles

Tired of Headaches Around Buying and Distributing FR Rainwear?
…Let Tyndale manage the program for you! Rainwear is central to maintaining comfort, healthy body temperature, and productivity in wet conditions. Most critically, incorrect or insufficient rainwear can lead to burn injury in the event of an arc flash or flash fire. Learn all about Tyndale’s solution, which makes buying and distributing the right rainwear a breeze:

Dangers of Improper Wear Flash Fire: Episode 4 – Consequences of Wearing the Wrong Rainwear
FR rainwear that meets the proper ASTM standard is essential for anyone working in an environment with potential flash fire hazards. However, not all rainwear labeled as flame resistant is created equal. Learn why it’s crucial to wear rainwear that meets ASTM F2733, Standard Specification for Flame Resistant Rainwear for Protection Against Flame Hazards, and see the devastating results that could occur if you accidently wear insufficient rainwear on the job.

The Dangers of Improper Wear: Episode 6 – Consequences of Using the Wrong Rainwear Standard
In this episode of The Dangers of Improper Wear, you’ll learn how to dress confidently for arc flash hazards in wet conditions with ASTM F1891-rated protective rainwear – with video footage that shows just how consequential it can be to reference the wrong rainwear standard.

Which Standards Should My FR Rainwear Pass?
If you’re specifying or purchasing AR / FR rainwear, it’s critical that you know which standards are used to make compliance claims. Tyndale strongly recommends against accepting or purchasing FR rainwear that is only using ASTM D6413 to make those claims. Which standards are appropriate? Scott Margolin, Vice President of Technical, breaks it down:

How It’s Tested: Episode 14 – ASTM F2733 for Flash Fire Rainwear
Part of our How it’s Tested series, this post is your guide to ASTM F2733, Standard Specification for Flame Resistant Rainwear for Protection Against Flame Hazards.

How It’s Tested: Episode 13 – Why ASTM F1891 is the Critical Compliance Criteria for AR Rainwear
Part of our How it’s Tested series, this post is your guide to ASTM F1891, which provides test methods, performance criteria, and purchasing information for rainwear designed to protect workers from exposure to electric arcs and open flames.

Does My AR/FR Rainwear Meet the Right Standard?
We put rainwear that complies with ASTM D6413 and rainwear that complies with ASTM F1891 – the right standard for arc flash protection – to the test in a series of real world demonstrations. Compare outcomes with these videos, which show why it’s critically important to select rainwear tested to the standard specific to your hazard.

Rainwear Alert: How ASTM F2733 and ASTM D6413 Apply to FR Rainwear
Learn why compliance with ASTM D6413 alone is not enough to ensure true protection, and why ASTM F2733 is the test method to look for if you’re shopping for rainwear that protects from flash fire hazards.

VIDEO: FR Rainwear vs. Non-FR Rainwear in a Flash Fire
Spoiler alert: you DO NOT want to be caught wearing non-FR rainwear during a short duration thermal exposure or flash fire. Even some rainwear garments that are labeled as FR (compliant with ASTM D6413) are dangerous to wear if you’re exposed to a flash fire hazard. In this post, you’ll see why – and what to look out for.

Three Tips for Selecting FR Rainwear
With the information in this post, you’ll find that selecting the right rainwear is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Does my Rainwear Protect Against Flash Fire Exposures?
This post is your guide to ASTM F2733’s minimum performance specifications and other requirements for rainwear used to protect workers from hydrocarbon or petrochemical flash fires in wet conditions.

What Standard Governs Arc Flash Protective Rainwear?
ASTM F1891, Standard Specification for Arc and Flame Resistant Rainwear, establishes minimum performance specifications, test methods, and other suggested information – including a sizing guide and purchasing specification. Explore this important standard:

Glove Resources


Tyndale Glove Program Flyer

Videos and Blog Articles

Outfitting Your Workers with the Right Safety Gloves is All in Your Hands
Everything you need to know about Tyndale’s glove program: why your workers need protective gloves, how our program works, the range of protective standards our glove options meet, and how to get started.

Top 3 Recent Changes to AR / FR Clothing Standards
Brush up on important updates to several industry standards, including the market debut for the first gloves to successfully pass the NFPA 2112-18 standard for flash fire protection.

How It’s Tested: Episode 21 – Insulating Rubber Gloves
In this episode of How it’s Tested, Vladimir Ostrovsky, glove expert and Vice President of International Sales and Marketing at National Safety Apparel, joins us to discuss all things related to insulating gloves – including the three main standards for testing this specialized PPE.

SHOCKtober Episode 3: Who You Gonna Call for Rubber Goods?
Special guest Rich Gojdics, Subject Matter Expert and Vice President of Business Development at Enespro PPE, joins Scott Margolin to review important information about voltage-rated gloves – a vital component of any shock protection program.

Important Changes to NFPA 2112 – 2018 Edition
Learn about important updates in the latest edition of NFPA 2112, including the addition of head, neck, and hand protection.

NFPA 70E 2018 – What’s New?
Learn all about the latest updates to NFPA 70E, including an update to Table 130.7 (C) (7) addressing Rubber Insulating Equipment, Maximum Test Intervals.

Key OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269 Update: Full Body Protection Against Arc Hazards
Learn more about OSHA’s expectations around full body protection against arc hazards – including the agency’s latest stance on hand protection and foot protection.

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PPE Supply Resources


Videos and Blog Articles

Think FRC is all Tyndale has to offer? Think again!
Now you can expand your Tyndale FRC program by consolidating your PPE safety purchases with Tyndale. Our solution puts all of the general industry safety supplies you need in one place for easy bulk ordering—using Tyndale’s user-friendly online ordering site you already know and trust.

EVs and the DC Hazard: Non-AR Hi-Vis Vest & Outerwear in a DC Arc
Many people in the EV space need to wear high-visibility vests because they’re around traffic. Tune in to see what happens in a DC arc when your vest is not arc-rated.

Dangers of Improper Wear Flash Fire: Episode 6 – Flammable High Visibility Vest & Outerwear Over FRC!
This episode highlights how wearing both a flammable and meltable high-visibility vest and a cotton jacket over FRC in a flash fire ends in flames, smoke, and severe injury. This common mistake should not be overlooked, as the results can be fatal.

Proud to Protect Canada – Episode 8: Jurisdictional Regulations for High-Visibility Safety Apparel
Regulations for high-visibility safety apparel (HVSA) vary across Canada’s ten provinces and three territories, with nuances in the various jurisdictional or occupational requirements. What are the differences among this mixture of laws, and how do they relate to the federal HVSA requirement as well as CSA Z96? Review requirements across Canada with some specifics on regulations for key industries, like mining and construction.

Proud to Protect Canada – Episode 6: High-Visibility and Reflective Striping (CSA Z96)
Explore CSA Z96, the Canadian standard governing high-visibility safety apparel. You’ll learn about the standard’s specifics and its different classes and levels of enhanced visibility aimed at ensuring workers are more easily seen in various work environments.

Arc Week Season 2, Ep. 1: Shark-Rated vs. Arc-Rated – Matching PPE to the Hazard
Believe it or not, swimming with sharks can tell us a lot about PPE for working with arcs and how it correlates to your environment. In this episode of Arc Week Season 2, take a deep dive on PPE: Do I need it? When? What PPE do I need, and how do I match it to the hazard?

There’s a New Suit in Town – and Tyndale Has it!
If you work alongside the arc flash hazard, chances are you’re used to wearing a balaclava and face shield – particularly when you’re completing CAT1 and CAT2 work. Have you ever wondered how these items are tested, or what standard ensures these items – as well as the head protection you wear in higher exposures – have the performance characteristics needed to provide sufficient protection? The answers lie in this post.

How it’s Tested: Episode 16 – ANSI 107 and High-Visibility Garments
High-visibility AR / FR clothing is an important category of PPE because it not only protects you from arc flash and/or flash fire hazards but it enhances your visibility as you perform important job functions – particularly in low-light and/or high-traffic areas. Learn all about ANSI/ISEA 107, which provides reliable guidelines for proper selection and use of high-visibility safety apparel as well as performance testing criteria for the materials used to make it.

SHOCKtober Episode 4: Gloves, Boots, and Eyewear – Not a Costume, PPE!
In this episode of SHOCKTOBER – our month-long series focusing on electric shock hazards – Scott Margolin is joined by a special guest to illuminate the full-body PPE we need anytime we’re doing energized work or working on electrical gear.

Enespro PPE – Designed to Your Specifications
Learn more about the PPE products – and thoughtful design process used – by Enespro™ PPE.

FRC Safety During COVID-19: Why Sharing FRC and PPE is Risky
Why not sharing PPE is important to protecting your personal health.

What are PPE Requirements?
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is any equipment worn to protect wearers from the hazards they encounter on the job – gloves; safety shoes; eye, ear, and head protection; AR / FR clothing, and more. Explore OSHA’s expectations around PPE, who is responsible for providing it, and how to meet those requirements.

There’s A New Suit In Town – And Tyndale Has It!
Designed specifically to offer enhanced comfort and functionality while providing reliable protection, the new Enespro™ line of “Mission Critical PPE” includes suits, gloves, hoods, face shields – and even a custom bag for storing and carrying suits that offers a host of advantages. Explore these products and get to know the unique advantages Enespro™ products deliver.

Tyndale Now Distributes Salisbury Products
Explore the leading-edge glove and PPE options by Salisbury – available through Tyndale.

The Risk of Not Wearing Proper PPE
What led one arc flash victim to perform energized work without wearing the proper PPE, and how workers like YOU can avoid a similar situation.

Which is Safer, a Task-Based or Daily Wear Approach to AR Clothing?
Generally, the best approach for your company will depend on how often your workers are completing work in an energized environment. A task-based program can be utilized when workers do not frequently do energized work, while a daily wear program is important when energized work is completed throughout the day. Sound pretty simple? Be careful not to oversimplify this important decision – this series has everything you need to know.

Task-based and Daily Wear Approaches to FR Clothing Programs
When designing a clothing program for your workers, one of the first decisions you will make is whether to choose a “task-based” or “daily wear” approach to outfitting your workers. But what are the differences between these two approaches, and which is a better fit for your company?

Insect Guard Resources


An add-on program is an easy way to protect workers against biting insects. Visit our resource hub to learn all about our offering of AR / FR garments pre-treated with permethrin, which is safe for arc flash and flash fire exposures (unlike repellents containing DEET) and protects against insects for 50+ launderings. You’ll find a series of videos, blog articles, a downloadable flyer, and a complete list of available products to explore.

Outerwear Resources


An outerwear allotment can pair nicely with an allowance program for AR / FR daily wear. Explore the quality, comfortable outerwear options in Tyndale’s clothing collections and the brands in our warehouse, and brush up on important testing and reminders for AR / FR outerwear in our Weather & Seasons resource hub.


Tyndale makes it easy to protect workers for safety and compliance – all while minimizing costs and headaches. Contact us to customize a program to your company’s unique protective, budgeting, and image needs:


Contact your National Account Executive to get started with a flexible program extension(s) for boots, rainwear, gloves, and more.


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