Automotive Workwear: What Do We Sell?

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Automotive Workwear: What Do We Sell?

What comes to mind when you hear the words “automotive workwear?” If you immediately pictured a racing team, pit crew, or the technicians who work on your car, you are picturing a huge part of our customer base. However, here at Automotive Workwear, we sell much more than coveralls and automotive uniforms. Continue reading

Flame Resistant Sweatshirts

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Flame Resistant Sweatshirts

If you need flame resistant uniforms, you might already be aware of the all the different options available to you. Depending on the nature of your job hazard, you know there are four different hazard risk category (HRC) levels, and the FR clothing you choose will need to meet the requirements for the HRC level and ATPV rating. While many oil and gas jobs will require full protection from coveralls and multiple layers, you may find that the occasional job, such as some electrical and manufacturing work, will not call for such drastic protective measures. In those cases, you will have the option of choosing such FR apparel as jeans, henleys, button down shirts, and sweatshirts. Continue reading

The Business of Hospitality: Workwear

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The Business of Hospitality: Workwear

The hospitality field of work can cover a pretty broad range of job descriptions. From servers, to housekeeping, to management, there are many different ways to dress for the job you have (or want). Often within each field there are wide variations of the proper dress code, as well. For example, a server in a mom and pop restaurant might wear jeans, but have an apron with the restaurant’s logo embroidered on it. A server at a high end hotel in Las Vegas will probably wear black dress pants, a white button down shirt, and maybe even a vest, along with an apron. Continue reading

Flame Resistant Workwear: Your Options

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Flame Resistant Workwear: Your Options

Most people think of flame resistant workwear being for firefighters and welders. What they, or you, might not realize, however, is that flame resistant workwear is actually necessary in many common place jobs. Firefighters wear primary protection flame resistant workwear, while electricians and workers in the oil and gas industries wear secondary protection FR garments. Here at Automotive Workwear, we sell a wide variety of garments that provide secondary protection. Continue reading