Enespro PPE Updated Care & Maintenance Guide + Trial Offer

As part of Enespro’s mission to protect electrical workers and make a difference in electrical safety, particularly under the threat of the COVID-19 disease, we’re reaching out with an important message.

The CDC continues to provide helpful guidance on how cleaning and disinfecting can be effective in removing the novel coronavirus. Enespro has incorporated these recommendations in the attached updated Enespro PPE Care & Maintenance Guide to Slow the Spread of COVID-19.

Please note, workers that share electrical PPE must thoroughly wash and disinfect all the gear before every use.  A much more effective alternative is to adopt a “do not share” stance for your electrical PPE and issue individual kits to each worker. This is a much more effective approach to mitigating the risk of transferring the novel coronavirus, as well as other viruses, bacteria and fungi, between workers.

Enespro can and will help. Our goal in launching Enespro PPE was to reinvent electrical safety PPE to help solve many of the problems with traditional electrical PPE. We’re thrilled to have and share many testimonials from customers over the past few years who have told their stories about how the innovations in comfort, mobility and visibility have helped them improve their electrical PPE compliance.

We are excited to offer you with an opportunity to experience the Enespro PPE difference with a 30-day wear trial of all these new innovations with absolutely no obligation. Please feel free to call or email me to get this trial started right away or click here and fill out our trial request form. I look forward to talking with you!

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