Warehouse, Industrial, and Manufacturing Dress Code

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Photos of Attire in a Workplace With a Manufacturing Dress Code

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Clothing Options for a Manufacturing Dress Code

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.

In some industrial settings, uniform-type clothing may be required for employees to wear. If this is the case, uniforms should be in good condition and appropriate for workplace wear. Remember that it's important to consult your supervisor or Human Resources staff if you experience any uncertainty, as dress code requirements will vary depending on the company.

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Photos of Attire in a Workplace With a Manufacturing Dress Code

Copyright Dr. Heinz Linke

In a factory setting, it's a priority that clothing promote employee comfort and safety, yet still convey a positive image. In this example, the worker is dressed for work efficiency, but her clothes are well maintained, too. Her khaki work pants and sweater allow for a positive work experience, yet still look professional.

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Photos of Attire in a Workplace With a Manufacturing Dress Code

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In some industrial settings, hard hats may be required. It's important to check with supervisors or Human Resources to obtain up-to-date information on safety requirements in the wrrkplace. In this example, the woman's polo shirt is comfortable for a day on the job, yet at the same time it's clean, wrinkle-free, and professional.

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Photos of Attire in a Workplace With a Manufacturing Dress Code

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This man's outfit is a good example of an appropriate outfit in a manufacturing, industrial, skilled trades setting. His clothes promote work efficiency, but his jeans are in good condition and attractive. In addition, his navy blue jacket is clean and looks professional, as well.

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Photos of Attire in a Workplace With a Manufacturing Dress Code

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These surveyors exemplify an industrial, construction, manufacturing dress code workplace. Their tops are well-maintained and professional-looking, but still appropriate for a work environment. Plaid shirts, fleece pull-overs, and similar tops are good choices, as long as they are in good condition. Khaki work pants, cargo pants, and denim are smart pant choices, too.

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Photos of Attire in a Workplace With a Manufacturing Dress Code

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This woman is nicely dressed appropriately for a manufacturing dress code environment. Plaid shirts, as well as nice t-shirts, polo shirts, and casual button downs, are good choices for women to wear in the workplace. Keep in mind that shirts should be modest and fit appropriately for a work environment. This is an example of correct attire for a manufacturing dress code workplace.

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Photos of Attire in a Workplace With a Manufacturing Dress Code

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This employee is dressed appropriately for her work environment. Her polo shirt is well-fitting and nicely maintained. It is clean and free of wrinkles. In addition, her khaki pants are professional and allow her to work efficiently.

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Photos of Attire in a Workplace With a Manufacturing Dress Code

Copyright Sean Locke

Here's a great example of appropriate clothing in an industrial field. His clothes are clean and pressed, yet flexible enough to allow maximum comfort on the job. Should this worker encounter customers, he is projecting a positive, professional image.

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Photos of Attire in a Workplace With a Manufacturing Dress Code

Copyright Artemis Gordon

These construction workers represent an array of clothing options for a manufacturing dress code. For example, plaid shirts and denim shirts are a staple in an industrial workplace. Additionally, cargo-type khaki jackets still look professional, and provide warmth during colder weather. With necessary safety accessories, such as a fluorescent vest and hard hats, these employees are ready to work and look positive and professional, as well.

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Photos of Attire in a Workplace With a Manufacturing Dress Code

Copyright Marcin Balcerzak

This worker looks great in a casual button-down shirt and jeans. Her clothes are in good condition, and fit her appropriately for a work environment. With clothes that are multifunctional - nice-looking and allowing for efficient work - she is an excellent example of a worker dressing appropriately for a manufacturing workplace.

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Photos of Attire in a Workplace With a Manufacturing Dress Code

Copyright Catherine Yeulet

In a manufacturing setting, it's important that clothing offer employees the comfort and flexibility they need to perform well. However, it's important that clothing is clean, pressed, and maintained well, too. In this example, a polo shirt in good condition, paired with jeans, is a good choice. The employee conveys a look of professionalism and respect, but is able to work efficiently, as well.