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We offer full body protection against any hazards from fine particulate contact in harmful environments. From head to toe.
Working professionals, nurses, surgeons, vets, hair dressers, beauty therapists and dentists all require some form of uniforms to help them maintain a professional appearance while performing their duties.
Disposable PPE is important when promoting hygiene in the workplace and assist in
preventing contamination, infection, other health hazards and general use when there is the possibility of sprays
or spills, to protect clothes.
Safety shoes are as important for men as for women, and wearing them can give the worker protection, in conformity with standards and laws. Anyone who works with heavy machinery, hazardous items and chemicals should wear the corresponding safety shoes, to make sure no accidents happen. Such shoes are designed to provide protection from electrical risks, slipping and chemical spill
We offer a wide range of Conti-Suits to protect your workers clothing or to protect them from workplace hazards.
In an environment with harmful dusts, fogs, smokes, mists, fumes, gases, vapors, or sprays are present, your employees need respirators.
Safety glasses are worn every time work operations can cause foreign items to get in the eye. For instance, these should be worn during welding, grinding, cutting, nailing, or when working with harmful chemicals or concrete. Workers should wear a hard hat wherever there is a danger from bumps to the head, objects falling from above, or accidental contact with electrical hazards.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) is important for welders because there are hazards when welding, cutting, and brazing. These hazards can include exposure to metal fumes and UV radiation, burns, shocks, cuts, and broken toes
Occupational skin diseases are as common as skin cancers, dermatitis, and other skin injuries, and infections are the second most common kind of occupational disease. This is why glove usage is crucial to protect the skin. Use gloves to avoid hazards involved with chemicals, sheet metal, glass, or electrical work
Wearing the appropriate uniform is just one positive step you can take towards ensuring food safety. Chefs must wear the correct protective clothing in food areas at all times, as this will help to ensure that any contaminants carried on normal clothing, such as pet hairs or dirt, do not contaminate the food
Uniforms are a great team-building resource for your staff, and they can improve overall customer service as well as brand awareness.
A professional uniform naturally demands more respect. —Guards should wear distinctive uniforms so they can be easily spotted by a person who may be in distress and looking for help