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Canadian hockey equipment manufacturer Bauer says it has received government authorization to produce protective gear for medical staff and first responders.

3/27/2020

On Thursday, BauerHockey received government authorization to produce protective gear for medical staff and first responders. The company's production line has been modified to make full-face, single-use visors.

Canadian hockey equipment manufacturer Bauer says it has received government authorization to produce protective gear for medical staff and first responders.

The company says it has modified its production line to make full-face, single-use visors. However, it needed to notify the provincial Ministry of Economics and Innovation and get the green light to operate as an essential business. All non-essential businesses in Quebec have been closed under order of Premier Francois Legault. Dan Bourgeois, Bauer’s vice-president of product innovation, says he received an email from the government at 2 a.m. on Thursday. Bourgeois adds that demand has grown, meaning the company will try to ramp up its daily output in the hopes of producing 500,000 units. Quebec’s federation of medical specialists said in a statement it is happy to see businesses such as Bauer lending a hand in the fight against COVID-19. The federation salutes “the initiatives of private companies that are offering their resources to the health network, notably to ensure we have reserves of protective equipment,” spokeswoman Clementine Maes said. “To face this crisis, all help is welcome.” More from Sportsnet Read more: Sportsnet

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Bauer offers to make protective visors for front-line health care workers - Sportsnet.caCanadian hockey equipment manufacturer BauerHockey is offering to modify its production line to make protective visors for doctors, nurses and first responders. BauerHockey Do it BauerHockey Your move, Québec. kids2mamma BauerHockey YAYYYY!!! Thank you BauerHockey!

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Bauer gets green light to make visors for medical staffThe company says it has modified its production line to make full-face, single-use visors

Hockey gear manufacturer to switch from protecting players to medical staff - TSN.caCanadian hockey equipment manufacturer Bauer is offering to modify its production line to make protective visors for doctors, nurses and first responders. The protective equipment to help deal with the COVID-19 pandemic would be produced at the company's innovation centre in Blainville, Que. elonmusk Ulf Samuelsson visor. On behalf of me and my NHS colleagues big thanks - hockey family always

Hockey gear manufacturer to switch from protecting players to medical staffCanadian hockey equipment manufacturer Bauer is offering to modify its production line to make protective visors for doctors, nurses and first responders. Merci BauerHockey 👏👏👏 I was thinking about if scuba diving equipment could somehow be retrofit into some kind of respirator apparatus? CFRAOttawa CTVChristina Glad they are making them in Canada as well as in the US to help their medical equipment unlike US companies like DuPont refusing ship tyvek to help their neighbours. Hey we’re Canadian and like to help everyone.



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