Clothing protection in many industries is a must. Without clothing protection, an employee would have to replace clothing continuously. In some work environments, clothing protection is part of a uniform that an employee may be required to wear, for example, in the food industry. The uniform would help to identify the employees, but also protect their clothing from stains or spills. "Clothing Protection" not only covers protection for the clothes, but also protection for the body. Many protective garments fall into this category, but also a "Protective Clothing" category. Some workers may wear just a simple apron, whereas workers in a different line of work may need a full body protective suit, like coveralls. Many of the industries that clothing protection or protective clothing are worn are chemical or hazardous material handling, health care, food service, automotive, welders, construction and road construction.
Clothing protection and protective clothing are as important outdoors as indoor, but may have different qualities. Rain wear, coats and jackets or protective shirts that block harmful UV rays are staples to being comfortable in any outdoor climate when on the job or out for play! The clothing protection needed is dependent on what type of work environment a worker is exposed to. Comfort is also a big factor in protective clothing. A worker must be comfortable and also able to move freely without restriction that would hinder the ability to perform their job. Restrictive clothing can be a real hazard in the work place and for the worker especially if working with hazardous materials. Even in a job someone may not think of as a hazardous job, clothing can become entangled or caught on machinery causing an accident. Protective clothing is available in many different styles and types. You can find a variety of clothing protection and protective clothing at Reliable Paper and it is available in many sizes and colors. From Aprons to Fireproof, we have what you've been looking for!