23 Dec 2021

For those who work in the pharmaceutical environment, the risks of contamination and safety from hazardous materials are top of mind. Ensuring workers are protected from hazardous materials and clean rooms are protected from worker contamination is not to be taken lightly.

On average, pharmaceutical manufacturers spend approximately $3.1 million a year to remediate contamination events and occurrences. Studies have found that reusable garments’ Bacterial Filtration Efficiency (BFE) becomes significantly degraded after laundering, posing a serious contamination risk.

That’s why we recommend opting for single-use garments as a cost-effective, reliable way for pharmaceutical manufacturers to keep employees and work environments safe, sanitary, compliant, and efficient.

In the following eBook, we share the top benefits of single-use garments and what to look for when choosing them for your cleanroom.

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11 Nov 2021

Quest Safety Products has entered its 25th year in business. A lot has changed in the last 25 years, from the size and location of our office to the style of our work. To celebrate our history and show our customers a little more about who we are, we asked long-time employees to share their thoughts on the company’s evolution. Read on to learn more about our journey over the past quarter-century.

Quest Celebrates 25 Years

Quest Environmental & Safety Products, Inc. was started in 1997 to focus specifically on the environmental abatement market, committed to keeping workers safe in this dangerous industry.

As a small business with a small number of employees, we focused all of our resources on our passion for keeping workers safe. One employee remarked that “we were still using handwritten inventory tags back then.” Since then, the business has grown not only in size but also in sophistication.

“I am very proud of the Quest Team! I get to come to work with people I enjoy being with, sharing a culture that is committed to the safety of our customers, giving back to the community, and growing professionally,” said Sam Yadav, President of Quest Safety Products. “We have weathered the challenges, celebrated our successes, and have been there for each other during the tough times – that is a description of a family. So many of our team members and customers have been with us for most of the 25 years together – thank you!”

How We’ve Changed

As Quest has grown, a close-knit team of veteran employees has stayed with us while new employees have joined to strengthen our team with fresh expertise. This has created a collaborative environment of innovation and individual empowerment among both long-time and new employees.

“This is my second stint with Quest, and the youth infusion and new ideas have been a breath of fresh air,” said a seasoned sales rep.

“One of the biggest areas of growth I’ve seen at Quest has been ownership empowering employees to make business decisions that have impact on the company today and tomorrow,” said a veteran employee. “I’ve had increased responsibilities and opportunities to enhance my professional skill sets throughout my career at Quest,” added another.

Quest has evolved several times with many upgrades to our product mix, facilities, infrastructure, and business model. Along with those changes have come exciting achievements.

“One of my favorite memories from working at Quest has been seeing us become a major player in the pharmaceutical safety market,” said a long-time employee. “When we were awarded a contract we worked hard for, I knew there wasn’t anything we couldn’t do as a company if we worked together.”

Over the years, Quest added a safety division to the business. While our commitment to the abatement industry never lessened, we saw that our sole purpose was to partner with companies to help protect their workers every day, regardless of the environment. That purpose became the company’s motto and our overriding goal.

2017 was a very busy year for us. We merged the two divisions, renamed the company Quest Safety Products, Inc., moved to downtown Indianapolis, and became HUBZone certified. 

“Our evolution from our Fishers, IN, location to our beautiful new facility in Indianapolis, IN, and our incredible growth spurt in recent years has been amazing to see,” said another employee.

Some things, however, did not change.

“While Quest has doubled in the number of employees and amount of revenue, it’s still the same family-owned business it was when I began — just in a bigger building with more employees,” one company veteran added.

How We’ve Stayed the Same

Quest’s commitment to our original passion and values hasn’t wavered over the past 25 years.

“While the organizational growth has been a pleasure to be a part of and watch over the years, our mission has remained consistent: to protect workers in any environment,” said one seasoned employee.

“Over the years, our values haven’t changed much — we’ve always believed in equality and inclusivity,” added another.

“The most rewarding part of my work is knowing the products, services, and solutions we provide directly impact the safety of people and businesses,” remarked another company veteran. “Becoming part of a customer’s business and knowing we’re helping them achieve their goals is very motivating.”

25 Years of Special Memories

Several employees remarked that their favorite memories and the most rewarding aspect of work at Quest had been the friendships created over the years. Whether celebrating new milestones and holidays or attending conferences, the Quest family has not only grown, but grown closer. Here are a few of our employees’ favorite or surprising memories:

“I met my husband of 10 years through Quest!” 

“I remember the start. And watching us grow and how it has happened has created several great memories for me.”

“I was not expecting to be in the safety products industry for over ten years, but I’ve enjoyed learning and playing a key role in the safety of the United States workforce.”

“Our evolution from our Fishers location to our beautiful new facility and our incredible growth spurt in recent years has been amazing to see.”

To Another 25 Years of Partnering with You to Protect Your Workers in Any EnvironmentWe’re looking forward to serving you for 25 more years. At Quest Safety Products, we are always up-to-date with the latest requirements so we can provide you with safety equipment that suits your unique needs. To help you keep your workers safe, Quest offers a full range of safety equipment from all the major manufacturers. If you are looking for assistance with safety for any industry, Quest can help — contact us today.

13 Aug 2021

Quest Safety Products just celebrated their 25th anniversary in business. Their growth over the years to become one of the premier safety equipment manufacturers and distributors in the midwest has recently landed them in a brand new building. But this growth didn’t happen overnight and they didn’t do it alone. It has been through a variety of strategic partnerships, a commitment to exceeding customers’ expectations, and finding creative solutions to their customers’ problems.

One of the reasons Quest has been so successful is due to their strategic decision to be a part of the AD SafetyNetwork. What was once a buying group known as SafetyNetwork, they recently merged with AD, to create the AD SafetyNetwork. This merger further strengthened the position of independent safety distributors in the market. AD SafetyNetwork exists to help independent distributors compete by leveraging their group’s buying power and ability to help companies scale through many benefits. Quest customers are often on the receiving end of those benefits and allows Quest to provide the service and experience their customers have come to expect.

Competitive Pricing

AD SafetyNetwork’s membership exceeds 850 members in three countries across nine different verticals which creates a $45B buying network. This gives AD SafetyNetwork immense buying power that rivals some of the largest manufacturers and distributors in the world, allowing AD SafetyNetwork to negotiate higher discounts than individual companies could hope to obtain on their own. Additionally, they are able to negotiate group incentives and exclusive promotions from suppliers and manufacturers. The end result is competitive pricing and savings for Quest customers.

Visibility into Supply Chains

If the COVID-19 pandemic taught businesses anything, it was that disruption can happen at any moment. Having a partner that has a pulse on the demands of the supply chain is one way to mitigate the problems and frustration often experienced when customers can’t get their hands on products they need to be successful. The relationships, partnerships, and industry data gained from AD SafetyNetwork helps Quest to report potential issues to customers before they can negatively impact the safety of employees. Decision-makers and manufacturers that foster frequent and transparent communication have better outcomes. 

Speed to Market

Along with helping to resolve supply chain disruptions, AD SafetyNetwork membership allows products to be brought to market quickly through the help of the supplier network and ability to access materials needed to produce and manufacture safety equipment. Industry-leading suppliers are a critical component of the AD SafetyNetwork network and without them, customers would experience delays in receiving products or a lack of materials needed to produce them. 

Best-in-Class Training & Certifications

This strategic network also allows for exclusive and unfiltered access to some of the top manufacturers to get training and information straight from the source. This makes Quest employees some of the most knowledgeable in the industry and can help customers make the best buying decisions based on their unique safety needs. In addition, their Safety Equipment Expert (SEE) certification includes a comprehensive 150 hours of training to become certified. The ongoing education and training required of this certification assures customers are getting the most up-to-date and critical information on the regulations and applications of each safety product category and the ever-evolving safety industry needs.

Solution-based Approach

Quest has built a solid business based on exceeding customer expectations. Their relationships with customers and the level of transparency they share allows them to learn about the specific challenges a customer faces in order to solve them. Quest has designed and manufactured products based specifically on a customer’s challenge. This solution-based approach is made possible through the connections they have developed over the years through the AD SafetyNetwork network. It affords Quest access to partners, materials, parts, and engineering that can help develop and enhance specific products.

These strategic partnerships are just one initiative that has been a part of the success that Quest achieved, but with the customer in mind. Their team is committed to providing best-in-class solutions at competitive pricing, staying on top of evolving supply chains, educating safety professionals on the products they use, and reinforcing safety cultures with best practice solutions. If you are looking for assistance with your safety needs, Quest can help — contact us today.

21 Jun 2021

Indianapolis, Ind., June 14, 2021 – Quest Safety Products announced the  opening of a new facility in the Park Fletcher Industrial Park, developed to offer customers stronger supply chain options.

 Quest has a strong economic commitment to Indianapolis through its $5.5 million investment of the new 60,000 sq. ft. facility. By building in a historically underutilized business zone – or HUBZone – Quest brings meaningful investment to the community. 90% of new hires will be primarily from the HUBZone with a planned 56% increase in its workforce. Half those positions will receive wages and benefits equivalent to $28 an hour. 

“Indianapolis remains a top city to grow a business and attract high-quality talent,” said Joe Hogsett, Mayor of Indianapolis. “This is an exciting announcement, and we celebrate the investment by a Minority Business Enterprise in a local HUBZone. We’re proud that Quest Safety Products has chosen Indianapolis as its headquarters, and we look forward to their continued success.”

During 2020, the pandemic posed significant challenges due to broken supply chains for customers. With an already established, robust supply chain, Quest was able to mitigate supply chain issues for their customers, through its own distribution network. Customers have responded favorably to Quest reliably meeting increased demand. This demand, however, required more space for storage and distribution operations supporting the 62% growth it has experienced this year. The building will also allow Quest to achieve next day delivery to 70% of the US, as it’s located next to key transportation hubs.

With over two decades of experience, the organization has developed a deep understanding of needs in the pharmaceutical, nuclear, construction, environmental, and utility industries. Extensive training has made the Quest team experts in these industries and the hazards involved.

“Despite industry shortages, we have reliably sourced high-quality PPE alternatives to mitigate supply chain outages for new and existing customers and our commitment to them is unwavering,” said Sam Yadav, President of Quest.

Customers have relied heavily on the Quest team to manage this year’s supply chain challenges, by demonstrating how a small, quality and diverse supplier provides agile services with increased value and cost savings; vital to any organization’s success, particularly in these challenging times. 

About Quest Safety Products

Quest Safety Products is a full line distributor of safety and environmental abatement products as well as a manufacturer of disposable protective apparel. We are a focused and driven team, committed to helping our customers protect their people, products, and facilities. Quest is a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and Small Business Administration (SBA) certified HUBZone business. Learn how Quest solves problems and delivers solutions at www.shopquestsafety.com.

07 Jan 2021

This article focuses on some of the key trends and issues that are impacting workplace safety and will continue into 2021 and beyond. In summary:

  • Continued PPE Shortages: There are, and will continue to be, shortages of key personal protective equipment. These will include N95 masks, nitrile gloves, face shields, protective gowns, hand sanitizers, cleaning wipes, etc. Some supplies may be spotty and may have regional impact only.
  • Heightened Awareness: COVID has changed the world of workplace safety with workers being at higher risk, greater job insecurity, increasing concerns about family safety and more financial pressures; resulting in an unprecedented increase in awareness and public attention on workplace health & safety.  
  • Employee “Well-Being”: Leading organizations are starting to go beyond safety and even wellness. They have focused on safety for decades; more recently on employee wellness and supporting them in developing healthier lifestyles. With the new workplace realities, total employee “well-being” is emerging as balancing work and personal life is becoming more difficult with more stress, more anxiety and, unfortunately, people being unwell more often. 
  • Major Product Innovation Concepts: Several innovations became more popular. These include “Smart” PPE with sensors that monitor, collect, and record data in real time; products that allow for personal preferences; and products that increase workplace productivity.

Continued PPE Shortages

While the overall safety business will show a 6%-7% growth to $56B globally (Zion Research) driven by the Asia/Pacific region, some shortages are expected.  With Covid cases increasing and hitting new peaks around the world, the demand for certain PPE items is still very high; supply cannot keep up. The more significant of these include:

  • Disposable Masks: In 2019 850 tons of the material was used in disposable masks in the US. This is expected to increase to as much as 10,000 tons in 2021, satisfying perhaps 80% of demand ( www.ehs.com ). “N95s are still in high demand,” 3M Chief Executive Mike Roman told The Wall Street Journal. “We have more demand than we can supply.” 3M has quadrupled its production of N95 masks to 100 million a month, Honeywell is up to 20 million a month, and others are estimated at another 20 million per month.
  • Safety Gloves: Nitrile gloves have been in short supply since mid-year, with material cost increasing rapidly. Below are the prices paid by SW through midyear:

Since then supplies have tightened further, especially with Malaysia’s Top Glove Corporation, the world’s largest maker of rubber gloves, having had a two to four week closure as more than 2,000 factory workers were infected by the coronavirus (Malaysian Times). Ansell recently circulated the following on the supply and demand for exam and disposable gloves, indicating potential supply issues and price increases over the next 12–18 months.

  • Protective Clothing: According to Carmela Coyle, CEO of the California Hospital Association, COVID-19-related supply challenges will persist through 2022. “We have been challenged with shortages of isolation gowns, face shields, etc.” Because of the high demand in health care, material shortages have impacted availability of protective clothing and gowns beyond products for hospitals and frontline health care workers. Sporadic shortages in hand sanitizers and face shields have been reported, especially in certain regions.

The shortages, however, are unlikely to be as severe or widespread as in the spring. Hospitals, in particular are expecting rolling shortages of supplies such as specialized beds, disposable isolation gowns, masks and even thermometers.

What you can do:

Supply chain managers have reacted to these situations by (i) stockpiling extra inventory, (ii) developing multiple suppliers and, in some cases, (iii) turning to non-traditional manufacturers such as textile manufacturers where possible.

Heightened Awareness of Health & Safety

Clearly one result of COVID has been an unprecedented increase in awareness and public attention on workplace health & safety. This is creating a once in a generation opportunity to elevate safety in organizations to the benefit of today’s workforce and even future generations. 

Don Martin of DEKRA, which provides Testing, Inspection and Certification Services, summarized this well. There will be are three major changes with greater safety awareness (i) more attention to critical data and its  implications on safety and health, (ii) personal hygiene and area disinfection practices will increase and (iii) better preparedness for health emergencies. 

Robust safety programs will become more common and the four key elements in a successful safety program have always been: 

  1. Top management commitment, especially the CEO, and on- going attention to safety.
  2. The emergence of a safety champion who drives safety within an organization, most successful when this is the CEO; other leaders within the organization must be empowered to help build a strong safety culture.
  3. Employee buy-in and trust in the process; with initiatives to develop employee involvement in safety on a daily basis.
  4. Solid, regular, and open communication and feedback between the workers and top management so that issues are quickly identified and solutions found.

What you can do:

The difference in this COVID environment is the intense focus on workplace safety and the recognition of its importance—this should make it easier to implement successful safety programs. In a recent survey reported by Safety and Health Magazine, more than half of respondents “agreed” or “strongly agreed” that employees generally comply with safety rules and policies, but view workplace safety as “someone else’s job.” There is still a gap to be filled—it is everyone’s job.

Employee “Well-Being”

Organizations at the forefront of employee and workforce relations are starting to look beyond Workplace Safety and even Employee Wellness to what is being called “Employee Well-Being.”

Workplace Safety got a solid boost in the early 1970’s with the establishment of OSHA and the emergence of safety regulations. Starting in the 1990’s more and more attention went to Employee Wellness as healthier employees would reduce sick leave and reduce health care costs. Programs here included more exercise facilities, quit-smoking programs, healthier eating, increased testing, etc. 

The grind of 2020 has impacted employee engagement and Gallup recorded an historic drop by the summer. This is the impact of the pandemic, political and ideological polarization, racial and economic inequality, etc. The key findings include:

  1. Employees fear for their physical well-being and PWC research showed that they fear getting sick from being at work.
  2. They are confronting isolation and loneliness, with a May 2020 Gallup showing that 47% felt worried and 24% felt lonely.
  3. Elevated stress levels have taken a toll on mental health with caring for families, children being at home, concerns about jobs, and fear of contracting COVID. According to recent research by Oracle, 78% of employees surveyed say that their mental health has been affected. 
  4. Further, the U.S. Department of Justice estimates that about half of workplace accidents are partly attributable to drug abuse, and 11 percent of fatalities involve alcohol. Given their impact on safety, productivity, absenteeism, and morale—it makes sense that more companies are employing programs to provide treatment and support for affected workers. 
  5. This trend encompasses a shifting focus from detection to prevention. Safety programs have largely focused on detecting unsafe conditions, where companies spent more time mitigating risks after an accident. Now there is greater emphasis on prevention-based programs that emphasize education, training, and identifying issues before someone gets hurt.

What you can do:

Organizations need to be sensitive to these issues which are very likely to impact 2021. As the vaccine becomes more widely available and the country starts to get herd immunity, these may subside–but this is likely to take time. Well-being includes elements of mental health, a smooth return to the workplace, implementation of diversity and equity, and an overall positive employee experience within a defined purpose. This must go beyond just HR and should become a part of the role of line management.

Safety Product Innovation Trends

A key driver of the Safety and PPE business has always been product innovation. Some of the more significant trends in this area include:

  1. “Smart” PPE: This is emerging with the digital revolution and PPE with sensors are being introduced. They monitor, collect, and record biometric, location, and movement data in real time. These collect the same data as wearable devices, including the user’s heart rate, calories burned, steps walked, and blood pressure. This equipment can also track advanced metrics like the user’s blood alcohol content, blood oxygen levels, sweat levels, and vital signs. Next-generation smart PPE is expected to monitor workers’ fatigue and alertness. While there are some privacy concerns about how this data is collected and used by employers, monitoring factors that could contribute to accidents may significantly reduce the number of workplace accidents.
  1. PPE that helps improve worker productivity: This is a continuing trend to make PPE more comfortable, keep workers cooler or warmer depending on the environment, allow better and easier use of tools and machinery, etc.
  2. PPE that reflects workers’ personal preferences: This includes looser-fitting respirators that allow workers to wear facial hair, lighter fabrics and special textiles that enable clothing to meet protective standards while still providing style and comfort, more pastel colors especially for women.

In Conclusion

  • The coronavirus will continue to impact safety and PPE well into 2021 with the high COVID-related products being in much higher demand leading to shortage, though not as severe as last spring. 
  • The heightened awareness of health & safety and the recognition of its importance should make it easier to implement successful safety programs. 
  • Employee well-being, that is going beyond workplace safety and employee wellness is emerging and should expand rapidly. 
  • Finally the industry continues to innovate with “smart” PPE, helping to improve productivity and providing PPE that better meets personal preferences of the workforce.
14 Feb 2020

Quest Safety Product Inc. Successfully Completes PSCI Audit

Removing Barriers to Business for All Customers

Quest Safety Products’ audit report has been posted to the PSCI (Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Initiative) membership page and can be reviewed by all PSCI member companies. 

The Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Initiative (PSCI) is a group of pharmaceutical companies with a vision to establish and promote responsible business practices that will continuously improve social, health & safety and environmental sustainable outcomes for their supply chains throughout the world. 40 of the top companies in the pharmaceutical industry are members of this initiative.

PSCI’s mission is to establish formal industry guidelines regarding ethics, labor, health & safety, the environment, and management systems, as well as support suppliers to build their capabilities to operate in a manner consistent with those expectations. For additional details on PSCI visit their website or view their introductory video.

How PSCI's Audit Benefits All Quest Customers

Successfully completing PSCI's audit removes a barrier to business for Quest Safety and all its customers and prospects. PSCI's standards were established because of the regions in which they operate and the life-altering work involved in manufacturing pharmaceuticals. PSCI's standards of ethics, labor, health & safety, the environment, and management systems are not exclusive to the pharmaceutical industry. They are standards that customers expect from all suppliers. By participating in the PSCI audit, all of the customers and prospects working with Quest can be assured of our commitment to safe and responsible work practices for our employees, as well as our customers' employees.

PSCI’s Shared Audit Program

PSCI’s shared audit program assesses and cultivates transparency, reduces the duplication of work, and helps their members improve the effectiveness of their supply chains. The audits, performed by PSCI-member companies or third party companies, are designed to assess a supplier's performance against the PSCI Principles. Each audit shared reduces duplication and burden for suppliers and members. But standardizing audits achieves much more than efficiency; it is spreading consistent and good practice right across the sector. Once an audit and any corrective action plans are completed, PSCI and the audited company can share the audit for all member companies to review.

For details on the audit, its process and methodology see the PSCI Audit Guidance document. Members of PSCI can view Quest's audit can find it on PSCI's membership page.

Any company that is not a PSCI member but interested in seeing our audit can contact us directly.

19 Oct 2018

The HUBZone Contractors National Council presented Sam Yadav, CEO of Quest Safety Products, with the 2018 HUBZone Champion award at the HUBZone Contractors National Council Logo2018 National HUBZone Conference on October 12, 2018, in Washington D.C.

Pictured left to right: Diana Vass, Sr. Buyer, AstraZeneca; Sam Yadav, CEO of Quest Safety Products, Anna Hakobyan, Government & Commercial Contracts, AstraZeneca

The HUBZone Council consists of small businesses from every socioeconomic class, large businesses, non-profits, and Federal Agencies. The SBA HUBZone Program is unlike any other small business program in that the focus revolves around the development of a community. To the Council, the HUBZone Program is more than just a federal contracting program, it is providing hope to those communities that need it the most.

The 2018 HUBZone Champion award is given to companies that focus on promoting the values and spirit of the HUBZone Program and are involved in community outreach and support. Diana Vass, Sr. Buyer at AstraZeneca led the nomination of Quest for the HUBZone Champion award. Quest and AstraZeneca have been working together to keep AstraZeneca’s workers safe for over 10 years.

Michelle Burnett, Acting Executive Director of the council stated, “The HUBZone Contractors National Council was proud to present Sam Yadav of Quest Safety Products the HUBZone Champion Award at the 2018 National HUBZone Conference.  Reading how Mr. Yadav and the Quest team banded together to secure over 210,000 dollars in supplies and gear for the first respondents during Hurricane Harvey is beyond amazing.

Quest Safety Products moved from Fishers IN to the southside of Indianapolis in January of 2017. That move started nine months earlier with a $750,000 investment that included renovating offices and warehouse space built in the 1950s to meet food-grade clean specifications, moving resources and product, as well as hiring/training additional employees. It also included a year-long process of becoming HUBZone Certified as well as being Certified MBE by the city of Indianapolis and the state of Indiana.

The motivators behind the move to downtown Indianapolis were numerous;

• Strengthening the Indianapolis community through hiring opportunities, promoting from within, and providing internships to nearby students.
• Participating in community outreach and supporting organizations who help others. Some of these efforts include;

o In 2017 Quest donated safety products and assisted Radians, a safety manufacturer and key partner, in donating safety supplies to Indiana Task Force One just after Hurricanes Harvey and Maria.
o 19 years of sponsoring Indianapolis families through United Christmas Service.
o Flanner House of Indianapolis
o 2018 Evansville Police Department Foundation
o Donating safety equipment and supplies to Indiana Sea Cadet Unit

• Working closer to its key customers.
• Helping our customers achieve their SBA business goals.
• Collaborating with other diversified, small businesses to strengthen each business as well as the community as a whole.

When accepting the award, Sam Yadav, CEO of Quest Safety Products thanked AstraZeneca “for the opportunity to prove ourselves, let us in, share ideas, and give us a platform to succeed. It is the employees of Quest Safety, along with our customers, who show how HUBZones work to make local communities and America stronger.”

Click here to view Quest’s Capability Statement.

If you have any questions or need additional information please contact your Quest Territory Manager or email us!

17 Mar 2016
2016 Indiana Safety Expo.

Learn how to keep your employees safe on the job.
Discover the latest and greatest in PPE and safety equipment.
Win a large duffle bag full of safety products valued at $300.00!

This year’s Indiana Safety Expo is Tuesday, March 22nd at the Indiana Convention Center from 7:30-4:00. Stop by booth 320 to see what is new and popular in the safety industry. We will have patented and patent pending protective apparel designs as well as new hand protection, footwear, SmartCompliance™ first aid program, and more.

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While you’re at the booth enter to win a large duffle bag full of safety products valued at $300.00! Contents include hearing protection, protective eyewear, head protection, respirators and filters. Winner need not be present to win.

 

 

 

05 Jan 2016
Fireworks above a city.

A new year is a time for reflection and we want to thank all of our customers in 2015.  We take sincere pride in being your trusted partner for safety supplies and more.  We understand the importance of being able to send each and every employee home safely to their families at the end of the day.

Quest is ready to bring on 2016! New Year… New Website.  Our new website was built with front and backend improvements. We will continue to add more useful content from the safety industry, products, and best practices. Because our focus is on you, the customer, we want to hear what you would like see.  Feel free to call your Quest representative to help us design features to make you safer, informed, and efficient.

Happy New Year from All of Us at Quest Safety Products