When you work in construction or manufacturing, there are a numerous dangers on job sites as well as the shop floor. Whether you are working with molten steel or electrical wiring and aerial lifts, there is always risk. Certain measures must be taken to avoid disaster. No matter your exact profession, there is a reliable uniform out there which will help keep you safe
Finding the right protective gear can mean the difference between life and death when you are at work. Electricians often wear electrical resistant boots, and those who trudge through demolition or construction sites don footwear with puncture plates to protect their feet. Shoes with solid outsole grip, high visibility jackets, and weather resistant fabrics that won't tear easily, are vital to your safety.
The right jacket can protect you from severe injury, warm clothing and coats fight against the cold, cotton duck faces off with wind chill like no other fabric, and water resistant coatings eliminate the drenching discomfort of a rainstorm. Your clothing is just as important as your performance when it comes to your safety, and the safety of others. Below is a list of a few items, features, and materials that are irreplaceable for dangerous jobs.
- Leather material
- Cotton duck material
- Flannel (for warmth)
- Fleece, Quilted, and Flannel linings
- Waterproof clothing
- Flame resistant garments
- Rivets and Bar tacks (to reinforce seams)
- Adjustable or Ribbed cuffs
- Double Knees (extra layer of fabric placed over the knees)
- Work vests
- High Visibility clothing (bright colored vests or coats)
- Thermal Underwear
- Hard Hats
- Polarized Sunglasses
- Work Gloves
- Work Socks
Dedicate some time to locating the proper clothing for your specific profession. Learn about reliable fabrics, necessary protective agents, and clever features that will help keep you comfortable, and above all, safe.
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