Why You Should Consider Adding Logos to Your Safety Clothing

HP Products Logo on Safety Vest

With spring around the corner (it can’t come soon enough!), it is a great time to think about outdoor safety protective clothing. Spring is synonymous with rain and construction season – two great reasons to gear up. The right safety clothing will protect workers from adverse weather conditions as well as provide important visibility at work sites.

As you search for the right safety clothing for your workers this spring, another to element to consider before buying is logos. With the addition of logos, your gear will bring further benefits to your safety program.

Benefits of Logos

  • Facilitate a sense of uniformity and promote pride and responsibility.
  • Identify personnel for safety reasons. Logos help you easily spot employees from non-employees in your facility and on your work site. This can be especially important on bustling construction sites.
  • Distinguish between jobs with the addition of labels to the logos. For example, a vest might say “Maintenance” or “Security”.
  • Ensure clothing being worn has been approved for the job. Some jobs require clothing that is especially pertinent to safety, such as flame-resistant or arc-flash clothing. If the clothing does not have a logo, it may not be rated for the task assigned.
  • Reduce theft and loss of items – stolen items with logos are harder to resell.
  • Provide free advertising for your business.
  • Design great gifts for customers. Whether you’re in a pinch or hosting an event, surplus or planned safety items with your logo make excellent gifts.

What Items Should You Logo?

There are many opportunities to add logos to items when purchasing for a business, warehouse, or work site. This is especially true when it comes to buying safety items. From clothing such as vests, rain suits/jackets and gloves, to head and face protection like hard hats and protective glasses, safety gear and logos go hand-in-hand.

Other items, such as first aid kits and flashlights are necessary for safety programs and also provide a great place to stamp your logo. High-visibility first aid kits are a terrific option for a giveaway at an event or fundraiser.

Along with other advantages, logos offer a great way to make areas where safety is important, even safer.

What items would you like to put logos on? Tell us in the comments section below.

To find out how to get started adding logos to your safety items, or to learn more, email Susan Lux, Director of Safety Sales.

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Courtney Petesch

Courtney Petesch is the Marketing Specialist for HP Products, a distributor of 50,000 facility maintenance products throughout the Midwest. Courtney has over 5 years of experience managing e-commerce product content and merchandising, overseeing social media initiatives, executing email marketing campaigns and evaluating analytics.