Our goal is to provide a better option to safety and comfort, with a broad line of protective workwear.
We are the Trusted Leader in Quality Flame Resistant Workwear
IFR Workwear Inc. is an Aboriginally owned company founded in 2005 in Red Deer, Alberta by Reg Radford and Erin Buckland. We manufacture high-quality, trusted products. Offering our customers comprehensive options for safety and comfort, through our full line of protective workwear, which includes coveralls, insulated coveralls, parkas, insulated bib overalls, fleece wear, vests, headwear, hard hat liners and more, for industries including oil and gas, petrochemical, mining, electrical, construction, railroad and others! All of our products are manufactured in North America and sold through distribution partners across Canada and parts of the USA.
Proven & Tested Fabrics
In order to provide consistent quality, we only use proven and tested fabrics like Westex UltraSoft®, Westex® DH, Avenger, DuPont™ Nomex®IIIA, along with components made in North America. 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Striping is used on all the garments to meet or exceed reflective visibility requirements of industry.
Our company also has an unsurpassed professional team, which makes it easy to continually serve our customers with consistent quality service and products.
A leading manufacturer of FR Apparel specializing in North America.
Our large distribution centre has an in-house embroidery department and custom sewing centre allowing us to provide alterations, embroidery, cresting and transfer reflective heat seals. We carry a large inventory of many fabrics and a wide range of colours for instant delivery; offering our customers same day shipping, quickly and efficiently. For our women’s line, we carry a wide variety of extra small and petite sizes as well as sizes for tall and full-figured women. Our men’s line offers an excellent fit guaranteed by a large range of sizes from 34 to 70 tall, plus customizations. Click here to learn more about Flame Resistant Fabrics.
All garment materials meet safety standards and comply with industry standards controlled by the CGSB (Canadian General Standards Board), the CSA (Canadian Standards Association), the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association), the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials International) and the OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration).