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NFPA 2112 & 2113: Protecting Personnel Against Flash Fire

Posted by Jim Wasserson on 3/31/17 11:53 AM

Protecting your personnel should always be a top priority!

The industrial work industry carries a number of hazards and conditions that can cause flash fires. While dangerous, these fire hazards can easily be avoided when the right precautions are taken and the correct personal protective equipment (PPE) is worn. To ensure your company is up to industry code, look to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 2112 and 2113 regulations when selecting your workwear and meeting standards for protecting your personnel.

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Topics: Flame Retardant Uniforms, employee safety

Prevent Work Injuries With Uniforms Made for Exertion

Posted by Jim Wasserson on 12/7/16 7:05 AM

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.

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Topics: employee safety, risk management

3 Key Elements of a Safe Working Environment

Posted by Jim Wasserson on 10/11/16 8:56 AM

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:

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Topics: employee safety, risk management

Increasing Occupational Safety by Renting Work Uniforms

Posted by Jim Wasserson on 9/20/16 7:00 AM

When working in an industry regulated by OHSA standards, finding a knowledgeable uniform vendor can help keep your company’s occupational health and safety programs in check. It’s important to not only supply your employees with the appropriate protective uniforms, but also to maintain the garments in order to keep an increased level of employee safety. When working with the right vendor, including uniforms that improve your work health and safety programs can be easy. Here are 3 important considerations that will ensure your uniform program is a success:

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Topics: employee safety, risk management

Customizing Professional Uniforms While Meeting NFPA 70E Standards

Posted by Jim Wasserson on 8/29/16 7:00 AM

Some businesses end up with bulky or plain uniforms when trying to be compliant with NFPA 70E standards. With the right uniform vendor, you can actually customize unique uniforms for your business that keep your workers safe while looking professional. While safety should be your first priority, equipping your workers with professional looking uniforms will not only boost employee morale, but also help build your brand’s image. Here are some tips to follow for making professional quality uniforms while providing the safety your employees need:

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Topics: Flame Retardant Uniforms, employee safety, risk management

How Uniforms Promote Employee Safety

Posted by Clean Rental on 7/13/16 1:00 PM

Depending on your industry, employee uniforms can serve as a preventative measure for safety hazards. Uniforms made with flame resistant materials, insulation, extra padding, elastic bands, or without pockets are just a few ways in which uniforms can act as personal protective equipment. Whether you’re using uniforms to protect employees against burns and cross contamination or to make them more visible, implementing the right protective uniforms is a great way to create a safer work environment and to show employees you care.

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Topics: employee safety

A Uniform Initiative to Prevent Workplace Accidents and Injuries

Posted by Clean Rental on 6/16/16 10:00 AM

In the aftermath of a workplace accident, you’re likely to ask yourself what you could have done differently. Let’s take a look at one scenario that is all too common: Your company has been working diligently on a new project for the past month, and everything is running smoothly until a spilled solvent gets on the hands and sleeve of an employee. Your employees react instantly, removing the individual's lab coat, washing off the chemicals, and turning off all burners and heating elementsa serious incident is avoided.

After the incident, employees begin to reconsider their safety precautions. Many considerations relate back to the garments the employee was wearing: Was the employee fully protected by their uniform? Could the event have been prevented with better fitted clothing? Are there less absorbent materials to wear when working with chemicals?

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Topics: employee safety, risk management

Risk Management: How Company Uniforms Decrease Incidents

Posted by Clean Rental on 5/19/16 6:53 PM

Risk management poses itself as a big issue for many companies. Often, when facilities have high rates of injury, their turnover rates tend to be high; plus, they have fewer resources because of costs spent dealing with incidents. This can make companies hesitant to invest their limited resources in new solutions. However, the right uniform design can go a long way to decreasing the risk of accidents and can be a good long-term investment. Here are some of the many ways your uniform design can help with risk management.

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Topics: employee safety, uniform design ideas, risk management, company uniform benefits