There are two main goals that food processing uniforms need to accomplish: protect the wearer and protect the product.
If you’ve been tasked with managing a uniform program, the question of “how to keep company uniforms clean and maintained” is unavoidable.
When searching for the perfect uniform rental provider, you’ll come across multiple companies that at first glance seem to offer the same services. There are, however, a number of dissimilarities between uniform contracts that can make a big difference a few years down the road.
Creating a strong and positive brand image is difficult, so protecting your company’s image should always be a top priority. For business owners and brand managers, it’s important to find ways that employees can help maintain your positive image. Providing workwear for your employees can be helpful, but it’s not just about having a consistent look for your company—employees need to look the part and be approachable. When deciding on workwear solutions for your company, you have the following options:
Businesses involved in manual labor industries need to help protect their employees from overexertion. Exertion injuries become all too common when proper lifting and moving techniques aren’t used. This problem, however, becomes compounded when the right tools aren’t provided – and that includes supplying employees with the proper uniforms for the job.
An employee has just filled out an incident report. You now have to take the time to process it with your insurance carrier. This can be a daunting process and very costly if you haven’t followed every step for creating a safe work environment. So, how can this be prevented?
Topics: risk management
The value of a good company culture cannot be overstated. Company culture helps to drive greater productivity and higher customer satisfaction, but creating and building up a quality culture can be difficult. A large part of successfully building culture is through creating a team environment and by having employees attach themselves to your brand. One of the best ways to do this is through the use of branded uniforms.
Safety in the workplace is a common concern for most facility and lab managers. Whether your company uses heavy machinery or dangerous chemicals, creating a safe working environment should be a top priority. Have you recently assessed the safety precautious your company takes? Here are 3 great safety tips you should be considering to create a safe work environment:
Increasing worker productivity is much more than equipping employees with garments that allow them to better complete their jobs. Features like fire and shock protection, waterproofing, chemical resistance, and custom fitting are all very important, but they should already be included if your industry requires them. Uniforms that truly improve worker productivity do so by creating a better work environment and company culture. Here are three ways in which your uniforms can increase worker productivity:
Often when people think of work uniforms, benefits such as branding, compliance with regulations, and sanitation come to mind. It may not be immediately obvious, but the effect of uniforms can be so much more. Putting on a uniform builds a relationship between the business and the employee - employees take on the persona of your brand and represent who you are as a company. This instills employees with a sense of responsibility towards your company, and because uniforms symbolize a level of professionalism within the business, workers are likely to have more pride in what they do.