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A guide to the workwear your business will need in 2022

A guide to the workwear your business will need in 2022

The New Year is the perfect time to review your workwear resources to ensure your employees are all sporting pieces that are job appropriate, in good condition and protect them where necessary. This is particularly true for businesses that require workwear that provides protection against workplace hazards such as machinery, chemicals, arc flash, fire and the elements. Here’s a quick recap of what you need to consider in your workwear provisions:

PPE that meets industry legislation

If your employees are working with chemicals, machinery or in any other high-risk environment, you’ll need to ensure that the workwear you provide is fit for purpose and meets appropriate PPE and workwear standards.

Consider layering up

We are still in the midst of a pandemic. For employees in a workshop environment, it can get pretty chilly, especially as we try to increase airflow by opening more windows and doors. To help your employees feel more comfortable while working, consider investing in some protective base layers they can wear under their boilersuit or protective outer layers.

Replace any damaged garments

If you work in metal fabrication, automotive care or a similar occupation, you’ve probably seen more than your fair share of oil-stained, damaged overalls, boilersuits and jackets, which is perfectly normal for the demands of the working environment.

However, if it’s been a while since your uniform stock was replaced, it could be time to reconsider. Our range of high-quality workwear is durable and offers comfort and flexibility while offering all the protection they need under British and European Standards. A new set of overalls also looks more professional and gives a great first impression of your business to any clients that enter your work environment.

Dress for the job

At Wearwell, we know one size doesn’t fit all when it comes to workwear, and the demands of an employee in the construction industry are different to an employee working in the oil and gas industry for example. That’s why we offer industry-specific workwear to meet the standards required by relevant governing bodies.

At Wearwell, we build workwear designed to last whilst also being comfortable and low maintenance. We believe colleagues who are happy with their uniforms are likely to be more productive and satisfied at work, in addition to being safer in their day-to-day responsibilities.

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