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Corporate

Here at The Workers Shop, we understand that workwear is for more than mines and construction sites. To meet the needs of your business staff, we carry a special line of corporate workwear. If you are in the healthcare industry, The Workers Shop has apparel for you as well.

Our Corporate Styles

A professional look underlines the services your business provides. Find quality garments and uniforms that help your employees make an impressive impact with your clientele. Browse our shirts and polos, knitwear, jumpers, healthcare clothing lines, and footwear designed for corporate wear. We’ll make sure you are professionally outfitted head to toe!

Corporate Pants

When you are well-dressed, you effortlessly convey power and confidence. Being well-dressed has many definitions though. It does not mean you always have to wear dress pants to look like a boss.

Jumpers & Knitwear

Skirts & Dresses

Healthcare

Shirts

When you live in a corporate world, you should look the part. Your professionalism shines through your qualities, but you can also showcase it with how you dress.

Polos & T-Shirts

Polos and t-shirts are less formal than a dress shirt. However, it does not mean you cannot wear them in corporate functions. The key is to find the perfect size, meaning it is not too loose or too fit.

Womens Corporate Wear

There seems to be a never-ending choice when it comes to corporate wear for women. One option is the classic long-sleeved shirt, which is timeless and stylish.

Jackets

In a corporate environment, jackets have become a piece of clothing that enhances the look of a boring outfit. They create a modern twist to a simple dress or office wear without looking tacky.

Top Brands

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Van Heusen
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Bisley workwear
Biz Collection

DOES OUR HI-VIS WORKWEAR COMPLY WITH AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS?

In certain occupations, hi-vis clothing is required by law in Australia. These include:

  • STANDARD AS/NZ 1906.4: 2010 – Reflective and reflective materials worn day or night.
  • Materials for Safety Garments Worn in Traffic Control makes a distinction between required fluorescent garments (Class F worn during daylight hours) required reflective materials (Class R for dark situations and at night) and Class RF a combination of fluorescent and reflective materials.
  • STANDARD AS/NZ 4602.1: 2011 – Design Requirements for Clothing Worn in High-Risk Workplaces differentiates between types of Hi-Vis workwear based on the time of day one wears the garment. A Class D garment for daylight hours, a Class N for night time, and Class DN for any time wear.
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