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Manufacturing Dress Code

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These photographs display appropriate dress for a industrial, manufacturing, warehousing, construction, or skilled trades work setting. They show that the appropriate dress code for industrial, manufacturing, warehousing, construction, and skilled trades work includes casual, comfortable clothing or uniforms, appropriate in a hands on workplace. Several images show required safety equipment: safety glasses, hard hats, and steel-toed shoes.

In an industrial setting, employee comfort and clothing that enables efficient work, are key. Clothing must convey professionalism that is respectful to coworkers, customers and visitors.

Employees need to wear clothing that is unwrinkled, clean, and maintained well. Clothing that is torn, dirty, or frayed is not acceptable. Additionally, clothing with words, logos, or pictures that could be offensive should not be worn.

These photos portray appropriate hands-on, industrial-type work dress.

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