Safety Clothing & Equipment Developer Salary in Arkansas - State Average

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Average Salary for Safety Clothing & Equipment Developer in Arkansas - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Safety Clothing & Equipment Developer in Arkansas - State Average is $34,111.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Safety Clothing & Equipment Developer in Arkansas - State Average is $16.40.

The average bonus of a(n) Safety Clothing & Equipment Developer in Arkansas - State Average is $822.00.

Job Description:

Designs safety clothing and equipment to protect personnel against hazards, such as fire and toxic fumes: consults with employers and technical personnel to determine safety problem involved. Designs clothing and equipment, such as suits, helmets, and gloves, incorporating such devices as mechanical breathing apparatus and communication systems to meet specific hazards. Drafts pattern of garment parts on pattern paper in full scale, using ruler, drawing instruments, and pattern blocks, and cuts material to make first pattern. Gives instructions to workers engaged in cutting material and assembling sample garment. May estimate cost of production. Less

Designs safety clothing and equipment to protect personnel against hazards, such as fire and toxic fumes: consults with employers and technical personnel to determine safety problem involved. Designs clothing and equipment, such as suits, helmets, and gloves, incorporating such devices... More

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