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18Jul

The Five Most Common Workplace Hazards

Facility, Uniforms and Apparel

"All businesses, no matter what industry, market, or type, have certain workplace hazards that employers and employees alike need to be aware of to prevent accidents. Identifying hazards in the workplace requires determining what is and is not a hazard. From there, you need to place the hazard into one of the five main hazard categories, as follows: Biological Hazards..."

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25Jun

Why Select Specific Colors of Medical Scrubs from a Medical Uniform Store?

Uniforms and Apparel

"The primary reason hospitals, healthcare clinics, doctors’ offices, dental offices, and other healthcare facilities choose specific colors of scrubs from a medical uniform store is to implement a dress code. Uniform dress codes eliminate the need for employees to figure out what is and is not appropriate work attire. In addition, from a patient perspective, it is easier for a..."

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18Jun

Why the First Impression Matters at an Interview (and How to Make a Good One!)

Facility, Uniforms and Apparel

"Preparing for an interview is exciting and nerve-wracking, all at the same time. While it’s important to dress for the job, there are other things you’ll want to do to set a good first impression to improve your chances of landing the position. Here’s what you need to know about making a good first impression and preparing for your interview...."

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31May

Go Green! With Better Textile Solutions

Cleanroom

"Modern businesses don’t just want to be profitable; they want to be sustainable as well. From refillable pens to green web hosting, there are many ways to ease the burden on Mother Nature. Here’s another way: Find a green textile company—one that reduces its environmental impact by offering environmentally safe products and eco-friendly laundry services. Take Prudential Overall Supply. Our..."

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25May

OSHA Compliance Checklist: A Crash Course in Warehouse Safety Compliance

Facility, Uniforms and Apparel

"All employers, no matter the size of their business, have a duty to maintain safe working conditions and a safe environment for each and every one of their employees. In order to ensure employers are held to these standards, there are specific OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) requirements. To help get you started on verifying if your business promotes..."

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