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Specialty Trade - Technician Dress Code Policy Template

Use this template to outline your technician's dress code policy.

Our Dress Code

About Our Dress Code

At our company, our field technicians play a pivotal role in representing our company's professionalism and expertise. To maintain a consistent and professional image while ensuring safety and adherence to industry standards, we have established this Field Technician Dress Code Policy. This policy outlines the uniform requirements, expectations, and guidelines for our valued field technicians.

Your Uniform

Uniforms serve multiple purposes, including enhancing safety, promoting a unified company image, and fostering a sense of pride among our field technicians.

Uniform Components

Our field technicians are provided with a complete uniform set, which includes:

  • Company-logoed shirt with short or long sleeves (quantity: 5)
  • Company-logoed pants or shorts (quantity: 3)
  • Company-logoed jacket or vest (quantity: 1)
  • Company-logoed hat or cap (quantity: 2)
  • Steel-toed work boots (quantity: 1 pair)
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves and safety glasses

Uniform Expectations

Company-logoed Components

You're expected to wear company-logoed components only. This includes shirts, jackets, vests, shorts, pants, and hats.

Uniform Upkeep

Field technicians are expected to maintain their uniforms in a clean, presentable, and professional manner at all times.

Regular Inspection

Supervisors will conduct periodic uniform inspections to ensure compliance with the dress code policy.

Proper Fit and Condition

Uniform items should fit well and be free from excessive wear, tears, or stains. Any damaged or ill-fitting items should be promptly replaced through the appropriate channels.

PPE Usage

Wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), such as gloves and safety glasses, is mandatory when performing tasks that require them.

Identification Badges

Field technicians are required to wear their company-issued identification badge at all times while on duty.

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Safety Considerations


Steel-toed work boots are essential for ensuring foot safety while working in potentially hazardous environments.


Long hair should be tied back, as to not get caught on any machinery.


Note that in the plumbing and HVAC industry, technicians often work with dirty or potentially contaminated environments. Jewelry can harbor bacteria and impede proper hand hygiene.

No jewelry is recommended. Especially excessive/dangling/loose jewelry that poses a safety risk should be avoided. Here are some examples:

  • Rings: Rings can get caught on equipment or machinery, posing a severe risk of injury. It's recommended to avoid wearing rings altogether — especially those that are hard, as this could lead to serious injury.
  • Earrings: Small, low-profile studs or hoops are generally safer options compared to dangling or large earrings that can get caught on objects.
  • Bracelets: Bracelets, especially loose or bangle-style ones, can easily catch on equipment, leading to accidents. It's advisable to refrain from wearing bracelets.
  • Necklaces: It's recommended to not wear necklaces (especially those that dangle) as they could get entangled in equipment or moving parts.
  • Watches: Do not wear large watches with protruding parts can get caught on equipment.
  • Chains and Lanyards: Avoid wearing chains, lanyards, or other hanging accessories around the neck. These can pose a choking hazard or get caught on objects.
  • Anklets and Toe Rings: Similar to bracelets, anklets and toe rings can become entangled in machinery or equipment and should be avoided.
  • Metallic Jewelry: Metallic jewelry can increase the risk of electrical shock if it comes into contact with live electrical components and should be avoided.

Alternate Options:

  1. Remove Jewelry: The safest approach is to remove jewelry entirely before starting work.
  2. Substitute with Non-Metallic Options: If jewelry holds personal significance, consider non-metallic options like silicone rings or non-metal bracelets that minimize safety risks.


Please note that our dress code applies to your overall appearance — including hygiene. We expect everyone to come to work clean. This includes any clothes or belongings brought with them.

If sporting facial hair, it should be neatly trimmed and well-groomed.


Got tattoos? Feel free to show ‘em off! (As long as they are appropriate.)

You cannot expose any tattoos at work that are:

  • Inappropriate.
  • Discriminatory.
  • Hateful.
  • Erotic.

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