Kappler University Road Show.

The Road Show format allows us to be flexible based on the time constraints of the users. We have found two-hour to four-hour sessions are usually ideal, but longer sessions are available depending on the need.

Please contact Customer Service at 1-800-600-4019 or email us for details on scheduling a Kappler Road Show.

Kappler Road Show Training Modules

  • Introduction to Kappler 20 minutes
    A brief history of Kappler and overview of product lines
  • NFPA Standards 45 minutes
    A review of NFPA 1991, 1992 and 1994 and Kappler certified products
  • OSHA General Industry 30 minutes
    A review of OSHA requirements for the hazard assessment process
  • ASTM Test Methods 45 minutes
    A review of the applicable ASTM methods to evaluate chemical clothing
  • Chemical/Flash Fire/Frontline Module 30 minutes
    A review of the specific needs for petrochemical
  • Kappler Products Features and Benefits 60 minutes
    Overview of all Kappler products, features and benefits
  • Zytron Module 30 minutes
    Review of garments made from Zytron fabrics
  • Kappler Resources and Decision Guide 45 minutes
    Hazmatch, QR Codes
  • 8 HR HAZWOPER Refresher Overview 60 minutes
    This class would highlight the subject areas specific to garment and response
  • 10 HR OSHA OUTREACH Overview 60 minutes
    This class would highlight the subject areas specific to garments

About the Presenter

As Technical Director for Kappler, Mr. Mann is responsible for technical support for Kappler’s chemical protective garments. He is a graduate of the University of Alabama, with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He has been involved in the protective apparel industry since 1988, including research and development, technical support, training and product certifications. He is involved in training of professionals worldwide who specify or use chemical protective apparel. Mr. Mann serves as a member of the NFPA Technical Committee on Hazardous Materials Clothing and Equipment. He also has been involved in the ASTM F-23 Committee on Protective Clothing, the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology, the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, and the American Nuclear Society.