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Workwear in Frankston for Both Men and Women

Finding tough yet comfortable protective workwear in Dandenong can be a big challenge. When it comes to picking the best work garments, the last thing you want to have to settle for is something that might not keep you safe or be up to standards. Don’t feel like you need to sacrifice comfort or safety to get a good deal. At WorkArmour, it is completely possible to buy high-quality workwear without breaking the budget.

Safe and Comfortable

Your safety and comfort is our priority. That is why we only work with brands that are committed to creating quality products that stand the test of time. We offer workwear designed to keep you safe without compromising on comfort or style, with safety elements such as waterproofing, reflective tape, reliable pockets and more. With our workwear range, you will be able to focus on getting the job done safely and efficiently.

Size Zero to Plus Size Hi Vis Workwear

Our workwear selection comes in a wide range of sizes, from size zero to plus size. Some of our products also come in men and ladies fit, as well as maternity sizing. Use our size guide to find the right option that suits you.

About WorkArmour: Best Quality Brands with Lowest Price Guaranteed

At WorkArmour, we deliver the best workwear on the market, but we don’t make you break the bank to get them. We offer high quality brands at the lowest prices possible, to help make good workwear as accessible as possible. If you’re looking for tough, durable, and comfortable protective workwear in Pakenham, you have come to the right place.

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  • Industrial Workwear: Prepare for all types of work with our complete range of workwear in Frankston. We have uniforms for all environments, jobs and climates.

 

  • Shirts: Our high-quality crafted shirts are designed to protect you without compromising comfort and ease of movement while on the job. Our taped shirts feature the best quality reflective tapes to keep you visible, as well as strong and reinforced stitching for extra durability. Our Hi Vis shirts comply with AS/NZS 1906.4: 2010 – High Visibility Materials, and AS/NZS 4602.1: 2011 – High Visibility Safety Garments.

 

  • Polos: Our micromesh polos are comfortable and lightweight for everyday wear. With both short sleeved and long sleeved options, you’ll remain cool and protected. Our Hi Vis polos comply with AS/NZS 1906.4: 2010 – High Visibility Materials, and AS/NZS 4602.1: 2011 – High Visibility Safety Garments

 

  • Vests: Our hi-visibility vests are a must have for workwear in Melbourne. Wear it on top of your uniform and stay reflective whether you’re working at night or simply need extra protection. Our Hi Vis safety vests comply with AS/NZS 1906.4: 2010 – High Visibility Materials, and AS/NZS 4602.1: 2011 – High Visibility Safety Garments

 

  • Coveralls: Our Hi Vis coveralls will protect you from the chest to your legs, without restricting your movement. Featuring press stud fastenings that stay secure, our coveralls are easy to wear. Day and night options are available. Our Hi Vis coveralls comply with AS/NZS 1906.4: 2010 – High Visibility Materials, and AS/NZS 4602.1: 2011 – High Visibility Safety Garments

 

  • Roughalls: In hot weather, roughalls are a great alternative to coveralls. Keep your arms free but keep the rest of your body protected.

 

  • Fleecies/Hoodies: Our zip up hoodies and pullover fleece are great for layering on top of polos and shirts for additional warmth. Our Hi Vis fleece jumpers and hoodies comply with AS/NZS 1906.4: 2010 – High Visibility Materials, and AS/NZS 4602.1: 2011 – High Visibility Safety Garments

 

  • Jackets: Jackets are a great addition to industrial uniforms, providing the outer layer of protection you require. Multi-functional and reflective, they’re practical as well as professional. With waterproof and breathability ratings that exceed industry standards, you can work through all weather conditions and be protected. Our Hi Vis fleece jumpers and hoodies comply with AS/NZS 1906.4: 2010 – High Visibility Materials, and AS/NZS 4602.1: 2011 – High Visibility Safety Garments

 

  • Trousers: Well designed trousers are easy to move in and reinforced for everyday use. We stock various styles including waterproof options and mid weight cargo trousers.

 

  • Dustcoats: Breathable and professional, our dustcoats include practical features such as internal pockets, and can be used in a range of environments.

 

  • Shorts: Our drill shorts are a key item of workwear in Frankston. Features include angled pockets and a comfortable elastic waist to suit all wearers.

 

  • Maternity: At Work Armour, our maternity range of workwear in Melbourne is designed to grow with your body. Our Maternity workwear complies with AS/NZS 1906.4: 2010 – High Visibility Materials, and AS/NZS 4602.1: 2011 – High Visibility Safety Garments

 

  • Jac Shirts: Ideal for food industry roles, jac shirts can be worn everyday. The side splits will keep you cool and the knitted cuffs will prevent your sleeve from rolling down as you work.

 

  • Hi Visibility: Keep you and your employees visible with hi-visibility clothing such as shirts, vests, jackets and trousers. The reflective tape will ensure that you’re well seen, and reduce accidents on site. Our hi vis workwear complies with AS/NZS 1906.4: 2010 – High Visibility Materials, and AS/NZS 4602.1: 2011 – High Visibility Safety Garments.

 

  • Night Workers: Working at night comes with additional obstacles. Our night workwear in Frankston is reflective and ideally suited to night use.

 

  • Outerwear: Keep yourself safe when working outdoors with our fully sealed and waterproof jackets and trousers. With waterproof and breathability ratings that exceed industry standards, our Hi Vis fleece jumpers and hoodies comply with AS/NZS 1906.4: 2010 – High Visibility Materials, and AS/NZS 4602.1: 2011 – High Visibility Safety Garments

 

  • Ladieswear: Our ladies range includes everything your female workers need to stay protected at work night or day. From food handling to construction work, we have the right garment to meet your needs.

 

  • Kidswear: We have kids workwear up to 12 years old that are well fitting, durable, and weather resistant, perfect for your little one.

 

  • Food Industry: When working around food, it is crucial to meet high hygiene and safety standards. Our food industry compliant workwear is designed specifically for food-related jobs, with vented options to keep you cool.

 

  • Freezerwear: Don’t let cold environments set you back at work. Our thermal and waterproof freezerwear are well insulated and fitted, to keep you nice and warm.

 

  • Industrial Laundry: Your industrial laundry workwear in Frankston should be well fitted and comfortable. We stock shirts, mandarin collar coats and more that will serve you well all day.

 

  • Flame Retardant

Our flame retardant range protects workers who may be exposed to extreme heat, flash fire, or open flames, including firefighters or workers who may work with live electricity or gas. Our garments, including shirts, jackets and trousers, comply with AS/NZS 4602:1:2011.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Workwear

1. What does hi-vis mean?

The term 'hi vis' stands for 'high visibility. The Australian government mandates compliance with industry regulations for hi-vis attire. The standard AS/NZS 4602.1 must be met by all hi visibility garments used for high-risk applications, which includes exposure to hazards such as moving vehicles, equipment, and other high-risk situations. The standard AS/NZS 1906.4 involves hi vis and retro-reflective materials and devices used for road traffic control. It specifies the physical properties for the various high visibility materials, along with the photometric and colorimetric qualities

Wearing hi-vis clothing plays a crucial role as it ensures that the people are visible from a distance, which helps avoid accidents otherwise caused by visibility issues.

2. Who wears hi-vis clothing?

Generally, people working at congested traffic zones, mines, and construction sites are mandated to wear hi-vis clothing. Wearing hi-vis helps workers stand out against the smoky, crowded, and noisy background. Additionally, it alerts drivers and heavy machine operators of workers' presence, and accidents can be avoided.

3. Why do tradies wear hi-vis?

Workers who work on busy worksites like regular traffic or hazardous materials on construction sites wear hi-vis clothing. This clothing ensures employee safety and helps in making the labourers stand out against their background.

4. Is hi-vis yellow or green?

According to Australian Standard AS/NZS 1906.4.2010, yellow (or lime) and orange are the two colours that meet this standard for daytime hi-vis. Hi-vis with reflective tape is also an important part of this type of clothing.

5. What colour hi-vis should I wear?

It depends on the nature of your work and your working hours. If you work on a construction site during the daytime, you should prefer wearing a fluorescent fabric, typically yellow or orange, that covers at least 0.4 m2 of your torso. Consider wearing hi-vis clothing with reflective tape if you are working at night.

6. Can you wear an hi-vis on the building site?

Yes, you can wear hi-vis clothing on a construction site as far as it covers at least 0.4 m2 of your torso. The company logo should not cover more than 10 x 10 cm of surface area. If you are working onsite at night, make sure your attire complies with the reflective tape mandate.

7. What is the best workwear?

Workwear for workers on construction sites will vary with those working in hazardous situations like close to power lines. A work uniform that suits your job, complies with Australian standards and provides safety could be a good investment.

8. Is hi-vis mandatory?

Hi-vis is mandatory for workers working on construction sites, mines, warehouses, and high traffic zones. They are mandated to wear a high vis that covers the torso at the minimum and full apparel at the highest end. The hi-vis clothing should also comply with the colour standards mandated by the Australian government.

9. Do you have to wear a hi-vis in a warehouse?

Most warehouses are surrounded by tall shelves of products, forklifts, and heavy machinery. Hence, the Australian government has mandated warehouse owners and operators to provide hi-vis clothing for their employees.

10. What is the difference between yellow and orange hi-vis?

Wearing a hi-vis garment ensures that you stand out against the background. Both yellow and orange hi-vis are permissible. However, yellow hi-vis appears to be brighter, and orange generally denotes a hazard. Your onsite Health & Safety Officer must decide the appropriate hi-vis clothing for the job you do.

11. Why do construction workers wear orange?

Construction workers generally wear fluorescent orange as it helps to stand out against smoky, translucent, and dim backgrounds on construction sites. The orange hi-vis signifies a sense of warning or hazard, reflecting the degree of danger they might face.

12. Is red considered a hi-vis?

When it comes to Australian high visibility standards, Orange-red, Yellow, Red, Orange, and Yellow are approved hi-vis colours. Workers working at night or in a dim-lit space must wear hi-vis with reflective tapes to ensure maximum visibility.

13. Why should you wear hi-vis clothing in an emergency?

High visibility clothing ensures any person in an emergency is distinctively visible to rescuing teams and fellow onsite personnel. Quite often, emergencies can have smoke or low lighting in a high-intensity situation. Hi-vis clothing ensures that the person in need of help is visible.

14. What are the classes of hi-vis garments?

There are six classes of hi-vis garments.

  • Class D (daytime use, fluorescent colours, not meant for night)
  • Class N (provide high visibility in the dark, retroreflective tapes)
  • Class D/N (Class D and N compliant)
  • Class F (fluorescent fabrics for day use only)
  • Class R (retroreflective material for night use only)
  • Class RF (Class F and R compliant)

15. Which hi-vis should I buy?

The type of job you do on construction sites, mining locations, high traffic zones, and warehouses varies. You should buy hi-vis clothing that fits your onsite safety requirements and meets the compliance standards applicable to your job.


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 Our Brands

  • WorkCraft: Designed to meet the demands of modern industry, every WorkCraft item is rugged and durable, without sacrificing comfort and fit.
  • Medi8: Medi8 offers some of the best quality hospital and medical workwear. All products are designed and manufactured to optimise performance, comfort and durability.
  • FlameBuster: FlameBuster’s Wildland and Arc Flash garments are designed to be heat and flame-resistant, protecting workers who may be exposed to risky environments. 
  • ChefsCraft: ChefsCraft hospitality uniforms offer the best of both worlds. They are competitively priced without compromising on style and function.