When you think of rainwear, you probably don’t think about the flame resistant properties of it. The only thing to consider is whether the garment will keep water out. So why would we need flame resistant rainwear?
Buyers in a B2B environment know what they’re looking for. They need to work with vendors that help streamline their processes. They want the process of buying employee uniforms to be simple.
If you’re familiar with flame resistant workwear, you’ve probably heard of terms such as treated fabrics and fibers or inherent fabrics and fibers. However, there are some key differences when talking about flame resistant fibers and fabrics.
Whatever bells and whistles you would like to see from your uniform company in their private store software, there are elements that are an absolute must. In this post, we’ll look at the top 3 features you must have in your private uniform store.
Flame resistant garments can be quite expensive. This is especially true when compared to non-flame resistant work apparel. The reason these garments are so expensive is because workers wear them for one main reason.
Depending on the amount of energy you work with, arc flash events can be extremely dangerous. However, do you know what an arc flash is?
Do certain employees in your company work around potential electric hazards? If they work with energized equipment, they’re probably familiar with the electrical arc suit.
If you are familiar with the electrical arc flash suit, you know that there are a few manufacturers that make it. While all suits are capable of protecting a worker from an arc flash hazard, we’ll review the Bulwark suit here.
The facilities management industry is exceptionally busy. Your employees are EVERYWHERE and need to be easily identified, but they should be outfitted in a uniform that helps them do their job.
In this article we’ll dig a bit deeper into the two main types of uniform programs that your company can utilize. We’ll define both the Uniform Fulfillment Program and the Inventory Program concepts.