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Storm Season: Braving the Most Dangerous Job

Facing Danger On The Line

This year has been relentless for our brave first responders. With forest fires wreaking havoc across the west coast and beyond, violent storms, and multiple hurricanes making landfall simultaneously, this year has been one that we will never forget.

Yet through it all, linemen have been there every step of the way, through the fire, wind, and flood. They do what needs to be done, and will always protect those who need them the most.

Slide 19 of 152: A tree lies across a road in Perdido Key, Fla., on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020. Hurricane Sally made landfall as a Category 2 early Wednesday morning.
Photos: Hurricane Sally slogs across Alabama and the Gulf Coast, leaving flooding and damage, USA TODAY, Jake Crandall/ Montgomery Advertiser
The August Complex Fire burns near Lake Pillsbury in the Mendocino National Forest, Calif., on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)
Southern California forest fire burns near homes, ABC News, The Associated Press
hurricane season 2020
We’re At The Midpoint Of A Hurricane Season That Is On Track To Shatter Records, FORBES, GETTY

Devoted to Linemen Safety Since 1957

This is why we at Bevins have devoted ourselves to the protection of our brave linemen and women. Because they deserve it. They do everything they can to get the job done and keep the lights on. So, we create equipment to keep them safe. They do their best for us, so we do our best for them.

All products are assembled right here in the US, and we rigorously test to ensure quality and durability.

We have a wide range of products devoted to linemen safety. If you have any questions or product requests, contact us.

No matter what job you do: stay alert, be aware, and stay safe. – Rich Bevins