Looking beyond safety: important selection criteria for protective clothing
Even when you are able to prioritize the most important safety criteria for your work environment, there are other elements that are worth considering.
To contribute to an enjoyable work experience, protective fabrics should hit the right parameters in moisture absorption, breathability, weight, and softness on the skin. A wear trial is an effective way to collect honest feedback from employees on these important elements. Read more about comfort and its impact on safety in this blog.
If you want to make sure the garment does not wear down before its intended lifetime, you should take durability into consideration, for example when it comes to washing and repairing. Read more about the importance of washing protocols in this blog.
In the process from raw material all the way to the recycled end product, each party in the value chain has environmental responsibilities. So does your organization! The first step is to encourage fabric suppliers to look for sustainable fabric solutions. Learn more about sustainability and protective clothing in this blog.
You want to create a garment that matches your corporate identity and that employees wear with pride. Garment makers can help you find a protective clothing design that strengthens your brand.