Wearing uniforms is not only a respect for the service object, but also makes the wearer have a sense of work pride and responsibility, which is the specific performance of dedication and joy in uniforms. The requirements for regulating uniforms are neat, clean, stiff and generous. neat. Uniforms must be fitted, sleeves to wrists, pants to feet, skirts longer than knees, especially underwear should not be exposed; the collar of the shirt should be inserted with one finger, and the waist of the skirt should be inserted with five fingers. No sleeves, no trousers, no missing buckles, no buckles; tie, tie, ribbon and shirt neckline should be tight and not crooked; if there is a work number plate or sign, wear it directly above the left chest Some positions also need to wear hats and gloves.
Cleanliness: No dirt, no oil stains, no odor, and the neckline and cuffs must be kept clean.
Tightening: The trousers should not be wrinkled. It should be ironed before wearing and hung after wearing to make the shirt flat and the trousers straight.
Generous: simple and elegant style, natural and smooth lines, easy to service.