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31Oct

Avoiding Chemical Spills with the Proper Workwear & Uniforms for Your Employees!

Uniforms and Apparel

"Spills are almost an inevitability wherever chemicals are present. As the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) says in its Oil Spill Booklet,1 protecting yourself is the #1 priority. Safety precautions are critical as well, but you never want to underestimate the protective workwear and uniforms available from Prudential Overall Supply. In many industrial work areas, visibility is low. Chemicals..."

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10Oct

HACCP Uniforms and Food Safety: 6 Facts That Will Help You Make Informed Decisions

Uniforms and Apparel

"Consumers have reasonable expectations when it comes to food safety. At the very least, they insist that their food products be free from accidental contamination, whether from pollutants or pathogens. When they sit down at the dinner table, the last thing they want to worry about is norovirus, salmonella, or unlabeled allergens. In order to ensure the quality of their..."

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24Sep

Professional Development: What Can You Do Better?

Uniforms and Apparel, Cleanroom

"The success of a business can be linked to the professional development at every level within the organization. Ongoing development is needed in today’s markets to remain competitive. If you do not pursue continuous training and development, you will quickly discover you are falling behind your competitors. Unfortunately, this could slowly erode your revenues to the point where you are..."

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17Sep

Is Your Company Legit?

Uniforms and Apparel, Facility

"“Evaluate and then reevaluate” should be the motto for all businesses. Just because something works well for a while does not mean it will continue to do so for all time. Companies should always strive to be their best by re-evaluating their practices and checking out their ratings to see which aspects customers like or dislike about their businesses. Employees..."

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31Aug

Reusable Textile Goods or Disposable? Which Is More Cost-Effective?

Uniforms and Apparel

"There are several different industries where they have the choice between using reusable textile goods and disposable items, such as hospital uniforms, restaurant napkins, automotive repair uniforms, and various types of personal protection equipment (PPE). Initially, when looking at the upfront costs between reusable and disposable options, some companies automatically assume just because disposables tend to have much lower prices,..."

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