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Protective clothing - Workwear

Delta Plus is France's leading PPE manufacturer. Our priority is to protect you. Discover our range of workwear adapted to your needs.

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What are the Different Types of Workwear?

Workwear varies greatly, designed to cater to the wide range of jobs and industries. From uniforms that denote a specific role or team to protective clothing designed to shield the wearer from workplace hazards, workwear serves multiple purposes. Below we explore some common types of workwear.

 

Uniforms: In many industries, uniforms help to identify staff and convey a professional image. They often include company logos or colors and can range from formal suits to casual polo shirts and trousers.

 

High-Visibility Clothing: High-visibility vests, jackets, and trousers are crucial for jobs where workers need to be easily seen for safety reasons. This is often the case in construction, road work, and other outdoor or hazardous environments.

 

Coveralls and Overalls: These provide full-body protection and are used in a variety of industries. For instance, mechanics often wear overalls to protect against oil and grease, while chemical workers might wear sealed coveralls for protection against hazardous substances.

 

Flame-Resistant Clothing: Workers exposed to fire hazards, such as welders and electricians, need flame-resistant clothing. These garments are made from materials that resist catching fire or will self-extinguish if they do ignite.

 

Cold-Weather Workwear: Outdoor workers exposed to cold weather conditions need insulated jackets, hats, gloves, and thermal pants for warmth and protection against hypothermia and frostbite.

 

Food Industry Workwear: Those working in the food industry need hygienic, easy-to-clean workwear. This often includes aprons, hats, and gloves.

 

Healthcare Workwear: In the healthcare industry, workwear needs to be hygienic and easy to clean, often including scrubs, lab coats, and protective footwear.

 

Corporate Workwear: This type of workwear includes suits, ties, blouses, and other professional attire used in office or corporate settings.

 

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): This isn't a type of workwear per se but is essential in many work environments. PPE includes safety helmets, gloves, masks, eyewear, and boots, designed to protect the wearer from specific hazards.

 

At Delta Plus, we understand the unique needs of different industries, and we provide a wide variety of work clothing to suit every requirement. With our selection, you can rest assured you're getting workwear that fits well, protects you, and helps you get the job done effectively.

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