the environment that work is being carried out.

Industry standard for safety

The welding industry is one that recognises the importance of safety equipment like no other, with workers understanding how PPE safety equipment is mandatory, so it’s unlikely anyone you know or work with will be skipping on the correct safety gear.


ON WELDERS JACKETS During the working day, professional welders are exposed to a collection of fumes, sparks and heat that can be a real danger if not adequately protected against. Finding the best safety equipment is key and being able to identify the right type of protection for each job can sometimes be a tricky process.

One of the most important and protective pieces of equipment is a welders jacket as they’re excellent for all-cover protection.


The University of Westminster has chosen Sitemark to support its procurement of cleaning services across its London estate.

The multi-milllion pound contract will cover four main campuses, including both academic and residential buildings, which service more than 19,000 students and staff.

The procurement exercise follows best practice benchmarking which identified a number of initiatives that will allow the university to continue to develop a partnership


Engweld’s team of experts have put together three key points to consider when choosing your next welders jacket.

Unrivalled protection area

Welders jacket have the advantage of being one piece of safety equipment that will cover a number of different areas, including the torso, shoulders, arms, neck and back, like no other piece of equipment on the market.

Jackets can range in material from leather all the way through to complete fire-proofed wool, as well as everything in between - dependant on the temperature of

Every piece of welding equipment, jackets included, must meet the EN ISO 11611 regulation - this is an industry standard for welding clothing and something that must be abided by when companies are creating safety jackets.

Comfortable fit for all jobs

When purchasing a new welders jacket be sure to take your time and make sure that any potential purchase meets the required safety standards.

Outside of these industry standards that a welders jacket is required to have, both the comfort and fit are equally as important to ensure your productivity levels are at a high and you can keep going all day. welders-jackets

approach to its cleaning services. It is looking to drive a continuous improvement focus throughout the new contract term to further enhance the student experience and improve the environment that all users live and work in.

Under the appointment, Sitemark will use its independent assessment of almost 300 FM providers to help the University identify the contract requirements that most closely meet their specific needs. This will allow the University to distinguish between those service providers that deliver a good pitch and those that have been proven to deliver consistently efficient and effective results.

Mike Boxall, managing director

at Sitemark, commented: “We are delighted to be supporting the University of Westminster in fulfilling this extensive contract. The focus is very much on working with a partner to deliver an innovative, sustainable and best in class cleaning service and we are excited to be helping the team understand more about how to meet their requirements cost- effectively and efficiently.

“Our experience allows us to draw from our work at over 40 other UK university sites where we have helped both client and service provider implement best practice methodology.”

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