Wondering how sustainable your corporate workwear is? We explore ways you can find out.
People are increasingly expecting, if not demanding, that the companies they buy from and work for are as ethical and sustainable as possible.
The many risks in the workplace mean you need top-quality PPE safety clothing to ensure everyone is protected. The risks to workers in all kinds of environments is now far greater, given the coronavirus pandemic and the ease with which anyone can become infected.
We look at how to recycle work uniforms without creating possible threats to your company while helping you to be a more environmentally friendly operation.
Health and safety practices in the workplace start with the clothing workers wear — and its quality.
Employers' most basic responsibility is to take care of those who work for them, and under a number of UK laws, companies are bound to ensure that workplaces are clean, safe and healthy spaces to work in.
Uniform recycling in the UK offers firms another opportunity to burnish their environmental credentials and attract new customers.
Getting the right kind of PPE gloves will help you do the job better while also protecting yourself and others.
Quality and reliable personal protective equipment (PPE) has never been so important and necessary as the world continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic.
A knight’s armour is crafted to instill fear into his opponents. A police officer’s uniform is to increase authority. A footballer’s kit is to encourage confidence and team spirit. In this article we share the secrets to achieving your goals through your uniform, while ensuring your team love to wear it.
Those working in a security role are there to protect visitors, customers and staff or for the secure handling and transportation of cash and valuables. This means they’re automatically in an authoritative and high-risk position and should be dressed and protected accordingly.
With a RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) study finding that almost a third of women in construction in the UK believe their career has been held back due to inherent sexism, the construction industry is continuing to face an equality crisis.
Hi-vis workwear is crucial in industries where a significant proportion of work occurs near traffic, cranes or other motorised vehicles, as well as work at night. Hi-vis plays an important role in the safety of workers, so all hi-vis vests, trousers, jackets and polo shirts must have EN ISO 20471 certification.