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Expect More From Your Workwear

Welcome to the first page of my workwear blog.

Working in an industry as diverse and interesting as branded work and safety wear (PPE), as I do, is eye opening. It doesn't quite move with the times, but bumbles along playing catch-up with fashions, regulation, trends and a diverse range of old and new emerging industries.

It is a massive market place ranging from the huge multinationals down to the individual artisans working out of garages and sheds all looking for either safety wear (PPE) or branded work wear of one sort or another.

The seasons have a role to play as does the latest marketing and advertising fads and of course Health and Safety regulations.

In this blog I am going to look into various aspects of our industry, starting with a brief introduction, then on a regular basis adding articles on specific issues facing this market place.

I don't want to do this alone so your feedback and input will be great and I will publish all comments and questions as long as they are legal and politically acceptable.

The blog so far:

Introduction

Workwear for women is changing, its no longer one size fits all.

I will be posting updates on social media and have PDF versions available both here and on our web-site.

I hope that some of these blogs will occasion discussion, disagreement and maybe even future development as our industry progresses.

Richard Woollam

Partner

Wear4Work Limited

Web: Wear4Work

Tel:     07484 106952

Email:Richard Woollam    Richard@wear4work.org