Workers in many fields are required to wear certain protective gear for their jobs. And while some occupations demand a specific uniform like a safety vest for the protection of the worker, for others it's only necessary for certain tasks. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has strict guidelines on what sorts of protective clothing need to be provided per situation. Read More(+)
In some workplaces, it may be preferable that workers are provided with disposable clothing. Disposable clothing is typically made of strong polyethylene-coated Tyvek fabric, ensuring that it is as strong as it needs to be while also following through with equipment standards. Safety Company has a wide variety of disposable protective clothing options available to keep you and your workers out of harm's way as simply as possible.
If you work in chemical processing or manufacturing, special coveralls will ensure that your employees are protected even while they're dealing with dangerous chemicals and other potentially harmful substances. On the other hand, coveralls with open wrists and ankles can be perfect for those who work in non-hazardous but sometimes messy environments and don't want to have to get their clothes dirty every day.
Shoe and boot covers
Made for both indoor or outdoor environments, shoe and boot covers can be used to protect your footwear if you're working near hazardous materials, or help to keep external contaminants off of your clothing.
Frocks and lab coats
If employees in your facility are only sometimes required to wear lab coats, it will probably be cost-effective to invest in some disposable options. These come in a variety of sizes, and can be great to have in case you need them.
Pants and sleeves
If your work clothes need a little extra protection, disposable pants and sleeves can be the perfect option. They will reinforce clothing without being too bulky and can be conveniently thrown away at the end of the workday.