When working in high temperature environment, the amount of heat radiation is large. Therefore, the work clothes worn when working under high temperature conditions should be white or light-colored, and the cloth should be thick and soft. In addition, working under high temperature sweats a lot, and some people like to shirtless on the upper body. This will cause heat radiation to burn the skin, make the skin hot and dry, and reduce heat dissipation. It also easily hurts the body. Therefore, you should not only wear clothes when working at high temperature, you should also wear thick long-sleeved clothes and trousers, and wear gloves, masks, foot guards, etc.
Mechanical workers often travel between machines. They need to avoid getting tangled by the machine and need to be resistant to friction. Therefore, work clothes are required to be tight, and the hem, cuffs, and trouser legs can be fastened, and the fabric is required to be strong, wear-resistant, and darker in color.
When working in chemical production workshops or laboratories, workers engaged in chemical production should wear thick, tight-sleeve overalls, rubber aprons, rubber gloves, and rubber overshoes. If necessary, a rubber workwear with a helmet and a helmet that can be isolated from the outside world should also be worn.
Agricultural production workers can use general light-colored coarse cloth or khaki overalls for general outdoor operations. Forest workers are required to wear three-tight overalls and tighten their collars, cuffs, and ankles to prevent pest infestation.
Cooks and food workers should wear white overalls with buckle on the back, which requires the overalls to be longer than knees, cuffs to be fastened, and hats and masks to enhance cleanliness and prevent food from being contaminated.