Choosing the right workwear supplier is crucial. Pick the wrong one and you could easily end up with the wrong items, slow delivery times and poor customer service. We’ve put together a list of important procurement questions to ask suppliers so that you make the right choice.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) are items that will protect the wearer against potential health and safety risks at work. Required for a variety of industries such as construction and agriculture, PPE can change according to the wearer’s working conditions. Here’s why it’s important to use PPE.
LED lamps have many uses thanks to their efficiency and longevity. Already used in signs, homes and at events, this technology might be able to help when it comes to PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). Prototypes are in development that could see LED lamp technology improve PPE, helping to eliminate some workplace hazards.
There are so many different workwear uniform suppliers, how do you know which ones are good and which ones are bad? No one should have to deal with bad suppliers as it can lead to both money and time being wasted. We’ve put together a few signs to look out for that can help you to find a reliable supplier to work with.
It depends on your circumstances but you’re not alone. Screen printing or embroidery is a decision many of our customers have to deal with. Choosing the wrong option can lead to uniform that portrays your business negatively, hurting it in the long run and turning potential clients away.
Keeping workers and visitors safe on a construction site is the responsibility of whoever is in control of the site. Failing to implement effective safety measures can put anyone on or near the site at risk. Here are some important health and safety tips you should consider to maximise construction site safety.
Coming into contact with hazardous materials at work can lead to significant health problems later in life. It’s your responsibility to make sure these encounters are controlled and that workers receive the right protective equipment. Here are five types of occupational diseases that staff can develop if they aren’t protected in the workplace.
No matter how big or small, if you’re holding an event or show, then you’ll need to consider security. The health and safety of staff and visitors is your responsibility so you’ll have to take important steps to keep everyone protected, like installing security equipment.
In April 2018, companies in the UK were required to report their gender pay gap. The construction industry, especially, not appearing in a great light.
Construction sites are natural targets for thieves and vandals. It’s your responsibility to make sure the workers on site are kept safe and that operations aren’t delayed by stolen goods or vandalism.