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26Dec

4 Warm Uniform Staples to Keep Your Employees Toasty and Professional This Winter

Uniforms and Apparel

"In the work uniform industry, there’s a lot to be considered, but there’s one simple equation that stands out: Warm Employees = Happy Employees. Workers are significantly impacted in cold temperatures, which can make them sluggish, achy, grumpy, and susceptible to injury, especially if they work outside or in an unheated area. Below, we’ll provide examples of warm winter work..."

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22Dec

How to Approach Customers Who Don’t Want to Wear a Face Mask

Facility, Uniforms and Apparel

"When a face mask is required, it’s to protect customers and employees against COVID-19. But not everyone has accepted new rules and regulations, and some people have taken an aggressive stance against wearing face coverings. Others don’t because of underlying health issues or for religious reasons. Posting your business’s policies online, at your door, and inside can help communicate that..."

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19Dec

How to Protect Your Employees from Cold Stress

Uniforms and Apparel

"  Cold stress is one more reason to wear work uniforms. Freezing winter temperatures can endanger employees, especially those who work outdoors in places where there’s no shelter, or indoors but in unheated and/or poorly insulated areas. Those who work in refrigerated rooms or routinely handle cold objects and materials are also vulnerable. Here, we’ll explain the risks and provide..."

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25Nov

The Prudential Price Integrity Promise

Cleanroom, Facility, Uniforms and Apparel

"The COVID-19 crisis has impacted virtually every aspect of our day-to-day lives, so it should come as no surprise that it has caused upheavals in the global supply chain that handles and transports goods of all kinds. From laptops to cooking supplies, it seems that stores are running out of just about everything—and the items that are available have become..."

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18Nov

How to Keep Food Preparation Surfaces Clean

Cleanroom

"Foodborne illnesses sicken one in six Americans and kill about 3,000 annually, according to FoodSafety.gov.1 The most common causes of food poisoning are bacteria, viruses, parasites, and mold or other natural toxins, all extremely prevalent in the environment. Therefore, it is essential to know how to keep food preparation surfaces clean. Why Is It Important to Prioritize Clean Food Prep..."

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