What are some occupations that require Flame-Resistant (FR) uniforms? OSHA has clear standards on which occupational situations and risks require the use of flame-resistant garments.
Making new employee uniforms can throw a wrench into your day-to-day tasks at work. The down payment needed for employee space, processing, orientation and training can be time-consuming and at times overwhelming. To help make this stressful transition easier, Service Uniform makes integrating new employees hassle-free.
If you own a business, you need high-quality, clean uniforms. However, it’s hard to ensure the best uniforms for your staff and even harder to ensure that they get cleaned properly and safely. The issue of accurate uniform and laundry management can be highly problematic if not given the attention it… Read More
The company that supplies your business the materials it needs to function has an enormous responsibility. Not only will you rely on them for timely delivery, but for that delivery to be of high quality.
Enhanced visibility uniforms, otherwise known as high-visibility or hi-vis uniforms, are especially designed garments made to protect employees from the hazards of working in the dark. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has specifications on the garment as well as on which jobs require them.
Service Uniform champions the use of highly innovative tools to help us deliver better, more efficient services to our clients. One of these tools is our new TEK Device. This device is for your account manager, and it acts as an all-around assistant for all things concerning your uniform services!