What is Serious Protection and how does your Blauer uniform provide it?
Uniforms should provide Serious Protection to public safety professionals in three ways: by shielding you from the elements, by helping you project an image of authority, and by preventing and protecting you against on-the-job accidents and threats. During 2011, Blauer will celebrate 75 years (and four generations!) of success in making top quality uniforms that meet all three of these needs.
Since the company’s start in 1936, Blauer uniforms have been legendary for their top quality construction and use of premium materials that stand up to the rain, wind, cold, and snow. Blauer garments have always been performance oriented and built to last. It’s not uncommon for us to be asked to replace buttons or patches on jackets that have been in use in the field for 20 years or more.
Quality like this goes hand-in-hand with a professional appearance. Maintaining a professional appearance to the public is more than just a matter of pride for public safety personnel – it’s one of personal safety for you and your colleagues. When you look your best the members of your community, law-abiding and criminal alike, will show you the respect you deserve. This respect is critical for your ability to maintain public order and do your job well. Blauer uniforms have been a cornerstone of many departments’ public image since our beginning.
In more recent years, the inherent on-the-job dangers that law enforcement and fire/ems personnel face have become a topic of broader concern, both within the community and among the general public. Cars are moving faster, roads are more congested, criminals commonly carry serious communicable diseases, and dangerous chemicals are readily encountered at accident scenes and
We wish we could take sole credit for our leadership position in the public safety uniform market, but without the constant support and guidance we’ve received from the men and woman in the law enforcement, fire/ems, and military communities over the past 75 years we wouldn’t be where we are today.
Thank you for your support!