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.
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.
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As its name implies, enhanced visibility clothing is specialized safety apparel designed to increase its wearer’s visibility. As such, these garments are especially necessary for employees who work the night shift outdoors and those that work around moving vehicles and equipment.
Did you know that your choice of work uniforms can boost your employees’ morale? One of the qualities of work uniforms that isn’t normally discussed is their effect on employee performance. Uniforms have a bigger impact on your business than just professional appearance, particularly when looking at employee productivity.
Keeping your employee uniforms fresh and updated is important. Not only do new uniforms improve employee comfort, morale, and safety, but their presentation reflects well upon your company.
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.