Uniforms definition

Uniforms means any clothing of a particular color, design, pattern, or style required to be worn by the District shall be considered a uniform.
Uniforms means all articles of clothing which make an employee distinguishable as a Sheraton employee.

Examples of Uniforms in a sentence

  • Uniforms must be well-maintained without holes, frayed hems, or excessive fading.

  • Uniforms will be at the discretion of the individual school (see item d).

  • Dorothy Pearl Uniforms – is the provider in Regina of uniforms for the SCBScN program.

  • Purchase at the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Bookstore Uniforms and Casual Dress Mandatory Program Uniforms (Scrubs) – Standardized uniforms promote professionalism, role identification as well as improved personal safety and infection control.

  • All bids have been reviewed, and the bid submitted by FIT-RITE UNIFORM CO., INC., 657 Chestnut Street, Union, NJ 07083 for Uniforms and Equipment-Division of Fire/Fire Prevention is determined to be the lowest legally responsible, responsive bid for various items of the bid as listed on the spreadsheet.


More Definitions of Uniforms

Uniforms. If the District determines that uniforms are essential for the performance of assigned tasks, the District will provide such uniforms in a manner and frequency determined by District management.
Uniforms means any clothing of a particular color, design, pattern, or style required to be worn by the District.
Uniforms. The District will provide one (1) set of work clothing per day for each maintenance staff employee. The District will also provide laundry and repair service once per week. The district will also provide safety gear as needed. The District will also provide to each custodian two (2) vests of the appropriate size. Custodians hired after the beginning of the year will be provided with vests within thirty
Uniforms. All work attire must be complete, clean, odor free, with no stains, rips, or holes. • Hygiene: Clean hygiene is expected. • Hair: o Men: Hair must be clean and styled to provide a conservative, neat appearance. Long hair may not fall forward while performing normal job duties. Extreme or bizarre hair colors are not permitted. Facial hair must be neatly trimmed and give a professional appearance. o Women: Hair must be clean and styled to provide a conservative, neat appearance. Long hair may not fall forward while performing normal job duties. Extreme or bizarre hair colors are not permitted. Hair clips, ribbons, or bows that coordinate with uniform colors are acceptable. • Body Art: Tattoos are acceptable, but may not be offensive, derogatory, racial, explicit, or gang related. • Cell Phone/Pagers: While delivering contracted services personal cell phones, texting devices, pagers, or any other electronic communication devices should not be used unless it is related to the service provided. Per California state law, a hands free device must be employed while driving and speaking on a cell phone. • Sunglasses: Sunglasses should have a conservative, professional appearance and be removed when performing customer services duties. Sunglasses may only be worn when conditions require.
Uniforms. Whenever the District requires a bargaining unit member to wear a uniform, the District will furnish sized uniforms appropriate to the gender of the wearer. If uniform shirts are required, the District will provide enough uniforms to each unit member at a rate of at least one uniform per each day worked in a single week. If a uniform consists of outerwear such as windbreakers, overalls or aprons, the District will provide a minimum of one such uniform to each unit member. Proper maintenance and cleaning of uniforms is the unit member’s responsibility. The District will replace the uniform when the uniform is ruined through normal wear and tear that occurs within the scope of the unit member’s duties. If the uniform needs repair or replacement due to events that occur outside the scope of the unit member’s normal duties, the unit members will bear the cost of the repair or replacement. Uniforms shall not be used for off-duty activity by the unit member. All uniforms will remain the property of the District and shall be returned to the District upon separation of employment.
Uniforms means shirts, trousers, skirts, jackets, coats, hats or caps, and footwear that have an identical appearance and for which employees have been formally directed to wear during work hours by their department.
Uniforms. The District shall pay the full cost of the purchase, lease, rental, cleaning and maintenance of uniforms, equipment, identification badges, emblems, and cards as requiredby the District to be worn or used by Bargaining Unit members.