According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were nearly 3 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses in 2017 alone. Here at Service Uniform, we know that the safety of your staff is a high priority.
In 2015, more than 33,000 people died from falls. Falls have become so dangerous and so prominent that, in fact, they have been named the seventh likeliest reason for death by the National Safety Council, just over gun assault and immediately under motor vehicle crash.
What does it take to make an expert? People have varying opinions – some say training, others say time or dedication. But for us here at Service Uniform, experience has been our greatest teacher – the biggest thing that made us the industry experts that we are today.
As an employer, it’s important to recognize the potential threats to your employees and take preventative action. One simple way to make your employees safer is to consider your need for high-visibility clothing or enhanced visibility workwear.
You might have seen the words “Blue Chip System” around our website. If you’ve been wondering exactly what we mean, then keep reading! In this blog post, we’re going to break down our state-of-the-art Blue Chip System and explain exactly what it means for your business.
In a very recent study conducted in Spain, scientists have found a significant drop in the number of missed school days for children who used hand sanitizer.
As an employer, it’s in your best interest to reduce any chance of a workplace fire. For one, you want to keep your employees safe, but you also need to protect your property from damage and your business from the possibility of a lawsuit.