SAFETY IS OUR BUSINESS.
SERVICE IS OUR PRIORITY.
Safe Industries stands alone as a provider of firefighting and safety equipment in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
Our veteran-owned business was founded by a former firefighter and employs several former and current fire department members. This means we know our equipment like the back of our hand, and it helps us provide unparalleled demos and training to our customers.
With our mobile and in-house service department, we also take care of maintenance needs. We pride ourselves on personal customer service before, during, and after the sale, because we know it all helps keep you safe no matter the situation.
is YOUR provider for Firefighting, Safety Equipment, Apparel and Apparatus in South Carolina, North Carolina and Tennessee.
Call to order
Safe Industries offers a full array of:
- Firefighting equipment
- Personal protective equipment
- Turnout gear
- Rescue equipment
- Akron monitors and nozzles
- Scene lighting
- Pumpers, tankers, aerial devices, and specialty vehicles
- And much more
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
Safe Industries has the best customer service by far! Not only are orders completed and shipped in a timely manner, but they also go the extra mile to make sure the customer is completely satisfied. We recently ordered the Cairns 1044 Defender Series helmets for our department, and our rep, Karen Alexander, was there every step of the way. When the helmets came, they were hand-delivered by Karen herself! You cannot beat that kind of customer service! Thank you for supporting our craft and having a passion for the gear that keeps us safe.”
—Jason Ross, Fire Department of Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Faucette Fire Department
Carrboro, NC Fire Rescue
West Florence Fire Rescue
West Lafayette Fire Department
Windy Hill Fire Department
Safe Industries is the KME dealer for South Carolina and North Carolina, and our partner FES offers premier repair and upfitting services.
Come see Safe Industries at these upcoming conferences and events
New Hanover County Firefighters Association
Tennesee Fire Chiefs Spring Conference