PCIAW The worst jobs to have in a heatwave

The worst jobs to have in a heatwave

While there is a legal minimum temperature you can work in, laws don’t specify a maximum and employees are expected to carry on even if temperatures exceed 40°C – unfair, we know. But, if you’re currently sat in the office while the sun is beaming outside hating life, you may feel a bit better to…

Turkish group blasts textile worker exposure to potassium permanganate

Workers suffering from respiratory problems and skin irritation, says advocacy group. A report by textile workers advocacy group, the Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC) has revealed that ‘almost all’ workers using potassium permanganate in denim factories are suffering from skin problems and are at risk of contracting the occupation lung disease byssinosis. The NGO interviewed employees…

The Global Industrial Safety Footwear Market 2019

Global Industrial Safety Footwear Market 2018 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024 offers a deep estimation of the present states of the MRInsights.biz industry. It’s an extensive market research report which contains an introduction to new trends to guide businesses to understand the market and make the strategies for their business growth accordingly. The fundamental aspects associated…

Corporate Catwalk identifies gap in market for Women’s Workwear

Corporate Catwalk recently announced Corporate Catwalk box. Unlike its predecessors, the Corporate Catwalk box specializes in women’s workwear, bringing the founder Olivia Trewatha’s popular modern corporate style to an untapped sector of the subscription box market. After engaging with her nearly two-hundred thousand followers on Instagram, she realized that women wanted more out of their…

PCIAW Textile sector needs a boost

Dejected textile sector needs cheering up

Investments in the industry to grow exports and substitute imports are a precondition for sustainable future economic growth. The economic stability the government expects to achieve on the back of fiscal, monetary and structural reforms it is executing under the 39-month, $6 billion bailout package from the International Monetary Fund is unlikely to last long…