About Us

We're a woman-owned small business

Freguson Safety Products in Santa Cruz, CA
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We're a small family business

We are a small family business, originally founded in 1989 by Lonna Speer, a public health nurse. From its beginning, Ferguson has been devoted to providing products that promote health and safety. We are thrilled about all the products being developed these days that help people get work done without insult to this beautiful planet. We want to help get the word out about.

Our company is also involved in manufacturing suicide prevention products. Feel free to learn more about those products at www.PreventSuicide.com.

Woman Owned

By buying from Ferguson Safety Products customers will be meeting the set-aside requirements of many government funded projects.

Achieving the set-aside spending goals for government funded projects often allows the prime contractors to exceed the targeted budget. As we are a Certified Woman Owned Small Business, Ferguson Safety Products customers will be gaining access to federal contracts and meeting spending guidelines specific to these government funded projects.

In addition to WOSB certification, we have multiple certifications at the federal and state and local level including Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), Monterey Bay Green Business Program, etc.

Our Mission

Forging a path to humane, sustainable, people-friendly success through exceptional service and innovative solutions.

Our Location

Santa Cruz is situated about 70 miles south of San Francisco, on the Monterey Bay.  It has long been a tourist town, a retreat from inland heat and famed for its boardwalk and surfing spots. Our office is on land that was once Mission Santa Cruz’s pasture land — Potrero is the Spanish word for pasture.

We’re located in the historic Old Sash Mill.  The steam-powered mill was built more than a hundred years ago.  It converted the giant redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains into everything from toy spinning tops to window sashes for the rebuilding of San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake and fire. It was refurbished in the 70′s and now hosts about 120 small businesses as diverse as a cookie bakery, swim school, toy designer, sauerkraut kitchen, picture framing shop, wine tasting room, an apothecary and us.