Work Uniform Blog

Continued Vigilance Will Help Get Us Through the Pandemic

By Dan Oliver II, District Service Manager

As we march further into 2021 with increasing vaccine distribution, more employees returning to the workplace, and businesses operating at greater capacity, it is especially important to maintain a higher standard of cleanliness and safety. We cannot relax in our efforts to minimize the spread of COVID, as well as the common cold and flu.

In addition to face covering and social distancing, here are some healthy habits recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC):

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Encourage your employees to stay home when they

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Industry Leaders Collaborate on COVID-19 Safety

As in many businesses, industry collaboration in the industrial uniform business provides an array of benefits, from opportunities for professional development to the ability to speak with a bigger voice on key issues.

These days, it’s a lifeline in more than the metaphorical sense as the industry association for the linen, uniform and facility services industry has become a source of critical information around best practices in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Among other efforts, the Textile Rental Service Association (TRSA) is using its on-demand learning program to bring together industry leaders to share knowledge and best practices for …

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Keeping Essential Businesses Safe and Productive

As a local, family-owned work uniform provider, at Roscoe, there has never been much separation between our customers and our community.

It feels especially true now as we find ourselves in the role of helping essential businesses and industries stay safe and productive in the face of the coronavirus (COVID-19) threat.

Our customers work in food and medical manufacturing, health and veterinary clinics, transportation and warehousing operations all across the Chicago area. Together they are helping ensure that the vital work of providing food, medical supplies, healthcare, and other essential goods and services can move forward with minimal disruption.

Our …

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