Robust, durable, high-performing safety workwear is vital for recovery professionals who need to be seen and safe.
BACA Workwear & Safety remains at the forefront when it comes to supplying recovery companies with hardworking; comfortable clothing that crucially complies with regulatory requirements.
A BACA bestseller is its new Veltuff DK high-vis range, which is proving the perfect fit for the professional recovery sector.
BACA Managing Director, Marc Calder, said: “The reason this Veltuff range is so popular is due to high quality features including the industrial wash hi-vis tape complete with double stitching, which ensures it lasts longer alongside the triple stitched seams that come with a lifetime guarantee.
“We’re delighted with the positive response we’ve had from the professional recovery sector companies who’ve successfully trialled the new Veltuff range, which is available exclusively in the UK from BACA.”
Crucially clothing complies with EN 20471 to Class 3, the necessary European standard for hi-vis workwear worn for motorway operations.
Stewart Usher, Support Services Manager at CMG, which operates UK wide, said: “Here at CMG the rescue side requires the team to wear lots of high visibility garments. We’ve always struggled to find clothing that can cope with getting covered with grease, oil and other products and are still able to wash up and be usable.
“This issue has been the bane of the industry for years, to find product that’s fit for purpose so we’ve worked with BACA to find a solution.
“BACA provided us with its new Veltuff trousers which proved to be what we’re after. Our Heavy Operations Manager, Jason Beales, trailed the trousers, as he’s the person who’s often on the recovery frontline.
“Jason wore the Veltuff trousers daily for six months of proper, hard, frontline rescue wear, getting them completely covered in grease, oil, fuel and other products. He’d put them in the washing machine and wear them the next day.
“He found them comfortable and fit for purpose so we’ve made a bulk order for all our frontline operators.”