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Active Workwear

Active Workwear Contact Details

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Contact
Mike Johnson
Email
Address
56 Bradford Road
Stanningley
Leeds
LS28 6EF
England UK
Opening Hours
Friday
09:00 am-05:00 pm
Monday
09:00 am-05:00 pm

Tuesday
09:00 am-05:00 pm

Wednesday
09:00 am-05:00 pm

Thursday
09:00 am-05:00 pm

Friday
09:00 am-05:00 pm

Saturday
09:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday
Closed

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About Active Workwear

Protective gear should be at the top of every manual labourer’s priority list. Protecting the limbs and body parts that give you the ability to work within the construction, plumbing or engineering industry can mean the difference between a stable job and unemployment, or – in fatal cases – quite literally life and death.

Active Workwear are suppliers of safety wear and personal protection equipment, providing products from some of the world’s leading brands within the industry. Whether you’re a decorator, car mechanic or a local handyman, no corners should be cut when dealing with the safety of yourself and your employees.

Offering brands such as Snickers Workwear, Apache, Click, Blaklader and B-Brand,Dewalt, Helly Hansen, Projob Workwear we cater to every requirement within every industry – there’s something to suit all budgets and all sizes of workforce.

Striving to work at the most competitive rates in the UK workwear industry, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone with better prices on our product selection. With the aim to provide the UK with affordable ‘top to toe’ solutions, Active Workwear functions as an industry favourite nationwide. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact us for stock updates and specific requests, and our team of advisors will do their utmost to unite you with the protective workwear you require.

Workwear
Offering a complete selection of Workwear throughout the UK, we literally supply complete head to toe clothing. From baseball caps, Fleeces and Jackets, Work Gloves, Sweatshirts and Polo Shirts, Boilersuits and Coveralls, Work and Kneepad Trousers as well as Waterproof Workwear and Thermals.

Whether you are wanting floorlayers trousers, waterproof jackets or embroidered polos, please use our search facility on the left, or the navigation bar at the top.
  • Workwear Accessories
  • Boilersuits & Onepieces
  • Work Gloves
  • Hoodies & Sweatshirts
  • Jackets & Fleeces
  • Shirts, Polos & T-Shirts
  • Shorts & Pirate Trousers
  • Toolvests, Toolbelts & Holders
  • Work Trousers
  • Underwear & Thermals
  • Waterproofs
Safety Footwear
Foot protection is important against accidents and unnecessary costs. We want to ensure you get the right safety footwear to suit your needs, whilst offering both comfort and style.

Our range covers all the Safety Classes, which includes protection from: Shock Absorbent, Anti-Slip, Steel Toe Caps, Oil and Chemical Resistance, Steel Midsole, Anti-Static, Water Repellent and Waterproof. We have a wide range of Safety Boots, Rigger Boots, Safety Trainers and Safety Shoes. Along with Composite Safety Footwear and Catering Shoes.
  • Catering Footwear
  • Safety Footwear Accessories
  • Non Steel Safety Footwear
  • Rigger Boots
  • Safety Boots
  • Safety Shoes
  • Safety Trainers
  • Socks
  • Wellingtons
Hi Vis Workwear UK
Offering a complete range of high-visibility workwear for all your needs, whether it be for security, road or railway maintenance, driving or any other industy that requires hi-vis workwear. We even sell a full range of flame retardant workwear.

Using our browse facility on our website, you can search for any style, colour, size or brand of hi-vis workwear. We have a range that covers BS EN471 - from the lowest form of Hi Vis Class 1 to the highest form Class 3.
  • Hi Vis Accessories
  • Hi Vis Coveralls
  • Hi Vis Gloves
  • Hi Vis Jackets
  • Hi Vis Shorts
  • Hi Vis Tops
  • Hi Vis Trousers
  • Hi Vis Waterproofs
Personal Protection Equipment
Personal Protection Equipment is any equipment that will protect the user against health or safety risks at work. It can include items such as safety helmets, respiratory protection, safety glasses, hearing protection, gloves, flame retardant workwear, high-visibility clothing, safety footwear and safety harnesses. One of our best selling categories is work gloves.
  • Disposable Clothing
  • Ear Protection
  • Eye Protection
  • Fire Retardant
  • First Aid
  • Hand Protection
  • Head Protection
  • Miscellaneous
  • Respiratory
  • Safety Signs
  • Skin Care
Clothing
Active Workwear have a huge collection of work-wear leisure clothing broken down into handy sections.
  • Bags
  • Catering & Hospitality
  • Jackets, Gilets & Fleeces
  • Hats, Caps & Gloves
  • Other Clothing & Accessories
  • Polos & T-Shirts
  • Shirts & Blouses
  • Shorts & Skirts
  • Sweatshirts & Hoodies
  • Trousers & Leggings
  • Underwear & Thermals
  • Waterproofs


Reviews & Testimonials for Active Workwear

5 star review
April 18, 2018
Top quality garments turned around quickly with no fuss ...The embroidered logo looks brilliant and the printed logos also equally as good.
Review by
Steven Myers
Active Workwear. 5 out of 5 based on 1 ratings.

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15/04/2021
Health and Safety Guidelines for the Construction Industry in 2021

The past year has been challenging for anyone working in the construction industry, with many projects stopping and starting due to lockdown restrictions. While you are probably well aware of the everyday health and safety guidelines you must follow, regular communications and regulations don’t consider the impact of a pandemic on the industry. Today we’re going to share with you the key health and safety guidelines on construction industry sites that you will need to follow when returning to work in 2021.

Health and Safety Guidelines for the Construction Industry in 2021
Social Distancing

In situations where you cannot limit the number of staff in your workplace, you’ll need to ensure they are adhering to social distancing guidelines at all times. The guidance was updated to 1 metre or more for construction sites in England, however, if you are elsewhere in the UK, ensure you check your current local guidance. Of course, where possible, try to stick to a distance of 2 metres or more between employees. When considering social distancing measures, think about how your team will safely travel around their workplace. If your workplace requires team members to travel between buildings or sites, ensure they can maintain social distancing during this time. Also, consider how social distancing may increase the potential for accidents and incidents in your workplace, which should be noted as part of your risk assessment.
Staff on Construction Sites

While not always possible in the construction industry, current coronavirus restrictions on construction workplace settings suggest minimising your staffing where possible. Consider who needs to be on your site each day, and who could continue working from home. Anyone who is not involved in manual labour could still work from home, and just visit the site as needed. Whether your staff are working from home or on-site, ensure their physical and mental well-being is always looked after. This is an incredibly trying time for everyone, and you want to ensure you have clear regulations set out for your team in case they are feeling unwell. Ensure your team know not to come to work if they have any symptoms of COVID-19 and that they get tested immediately.
Visitors to Construction Sites

Visitors should be kept to a minimum on construction sites currently, to avoid risking the spread of COVID-19. However, if you have any essential site visitors or contractors, ensure their numbers are limited each day. They should be made aware of your social distancing protocols on-site, and be briefed upon their arrival. Ensure you have adequate hand washing facilities available to minimise the risk of illness within your team.
PPE

On top of your regular Portwest overalls and gloves, you will now need to start providing face masks for your team to wear each day. If you are already wearing respiratory masks, you may need to provide a separate set of masks for use outside hazardous environments. These masks need to cover your nose and mouth and are ideal for walking between work sites and using in rest areas. Of course, all other PPE regulations should still be taken into account, and you should still be providing your team with Portwest workwear and PPE equipment as before.
Daily Cleaning Procedures

Cleaning and sanitising have now become part of our daily life, and as coronavirus can remain on surfaces for days at a time, it’s essential to wipe down high touch areas daily. If you are working on a site where hundreds of people are passing through, this should even be increased to an hourly cleaning schedule. Ensure you use effective cleaning solutions designed to kill germs, and that your cleaning procedures are included as part of your risk assessment.
Scheduling

When your team return to work, it is unlikely that your previous shift patterns will be suitable for use with the current social distancing measures. Of course, with limited hours of daylight each day, you may have to get creative with your schedules, to avoid overcrowding on your site. Over the upcoming months, it’s likely that at some point, one or more of your team members will need to isolate or will test positive for coronavirus. Keep this in mind when you are creating schedules and shift rotations, as it will help you follow construction site safety rules and regulations properly.

While many construction sites have already returned to work successfully, it’s crucial to keep in mind the suggestions listed above for the upcoming year. Keep your team up to date on current coronavirus restrictions on construction workplace sites, to ensure they are aware of the procedures that you have put in place. This will help minimise the spread of illness within your workplace, which could potentially cause severe disruptions to your projects.

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