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22Jun

What Is Sterile Validation?

Uniforms and Apparel

"Products such as reusable cleanroom garments and other items must be manufactured, processed, and laundered according to strict specifications. To be considered “sterile,” a product or cleanroom environment must be free of microorganisms. Sterile products are categorized as either those that can be sterilized in a final container or terminally sterilized, and those that must rather be aseptically prepared. Sterilization..."

15Jun

5 Signs It’s Time for a Uniform Refresh

Uniforms and Apparel

"If the uniforms your employees are wearing are outdated, it can make your company and/or brand seem outdated. This can affect your reputation and appeal to consumers. The benefits of new uniforms extend beyond appearance as well. An old uniform can have safety risks that, in some cases, can put workers’ lives in danger. Uniforms Should Evolve With Your Brand..."

14Jun

Benefits of Wrinkle-Resistant Uniforms

"Work uniforms have improved in many ways. Employees’ concerns over comfort, appearance, and protection against hazardous conditions have been addressed. Modern uniforms are easier to clean and less constricting. One benefit of the newest uniforms is wrinkle-free fabric. As a leading uniform service company, Prudential Overall Supply is committed to ensuring the uniform fabric chosen meets your objectives and suits..."

01Jun

5 Hazards Mechanics Face on the Job and How to Prevent Them

"Common injuries for mechanics include sprains, strains, tears, chemical burns, eye injuries, loss of limbs/digits, and falls. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 620,000 were employed in the automotive service industry as of May 2020. That year, nearly 10,000 suffered nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses that required days off work.1 However, most incidents can be prevented. Below we..."

31May

What’s the Difference Between a Controlled Environment and a Cleanroom?

Cleanroom, Facility, Uniforms and Apparel

"Controlled environments and cleanrooms have similarities, but the terms are not interchangeable. There are significant enough differences to impact how your project is engineered. We’ll explore controlled environment/cleanroom specifics and differences, including International Organization of Standardization (ISO) requirements. What Is a Cleanroom? Cleanrooms are controlled environments that are free of dust, microorganisms, mold, and other contaminants. They are classified per..."