Monthly Archive: February 2014

wrong halter neck ties and baby bibs 0

Halter neck ties and baby bibs

♦Halter neck style garments and baby bibs must not be constructed with free ends in the hood and neck area. ♦The use of hook and loop tape, self fabric, snap fasteners and buttons are...

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FIRST AID IN THE WORKPLACE

Occupational accidents requiring first aid emergency does not happen every day, but when they do, fast and capable care is essential. Here are some tips to ensure that your plan is first aid to...

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Dress sash tied at waist area

♦Sashes must be no less than 3cm/1¼” in width. ♦Sashes must be permanently and securely attached at the waist area so that they cannot be removed from the garment. ♦Sashes must not hang below the...

Under-chin ties on hats 0

Under-chin ties on hats

♦Under-chin ties are only allowed on occasion wear, e.g. religious clothing. The length of these ties must be no longer than 20.5cm (8″) from point of secure attachment. ♦Under chin ties cannot be made...

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Functional and decorative loops

Fixed loops that protrude from the garment also have length restrictions and safety must be considered when designing garments with either functional or decorative loops. The loop length must be measured end to end, the end...