New storefront on Main Street

Cory Schaff, owner of Naxin Safety and Crazy’s Tint Shop in the former ABC Glass site on Main Street, displays some of the many first aid and safety products he supplies for businesses, agencies and oil patch clients. Schaff is expanding his products and services to include residential clients. (Star photo by Elaine Forman)

 

Naxin Safety and Crazy’s Tint Shop now has a storefront at 1415 Main St. 

Specializing in first aid and safety supplies, Naxin Safety has catered to local businesses, agencies and the oil patch for nine years. 

The shop opened at the ABC Glass and Signs’ former location on March 18.

Owner Cory Schaff has spent the nine years taking his business to his customers, but now he has decided to expand and to open his business to residents.

“It was time to expand into the personal market,” he said.

Also, he is moving from having just supplies for first aid and safety to including equipment. There is now equipment for nurses and first responders.

He offers class 2 and 3 safety vests, six-point hardhats (that can be converted to four-point), safety shields for lawn care professionals, fire extinguishers (2.5-, 5- and 10-pound) with metal valves that can be serviced, eye wash stations, chemical-resistant specialty signs and more.

Schaff now is offering survival kits of many sizes for homes and for travelers. The disaster kits are good for five years.

He teaches first aid and CPR classes through the American Heart Association and for the Indian Reservation Roads Program.

He goes into businesses here and to the oil patch, including ConocoPhillips, to do onsite analysis to help them become compliant to OSHA regulations. 

Crazy’s Tint Shop offers automotive tinting and detailing.

It is a family operation, with his sister, Janelle Veca, working as the store manager.

Naxin Safety has a Facebook page. The store’s phone number is  234-7111. It is open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.