What should I wear on shift?
‘What to wear on shift’ is discussed during Orangetation. It is important that staff and volunteers adhere to Orange Sky’s Minimum Clothing Standard from a health and safety perspective and to make sure that staff and volunteers are easily recognised on shift as representatives of Orange Sky.
Minimum Clothing Standard:
- Orange Sky t-shirt
- Orange Sky hoodie
- Closed in shoes
- Protective sun hat
Orange Sky t-shirt/hoodie: Where possible, it is important that the Orange Sky
uniform (shirt/hoodie) is not covered up by a non Orange Sky garment so that staff and
volunteers on shift are easily recognised as Orange Sky representatives.
Long sleeve shifts: It is recommended that a long sleeve shirt is worn underneath the
Orange Sky t-shirt for additional sun protection.
Closed in shoes: Closed in shoes are shoes that cover the majority of the foot. They have a closed toe and closed heel and cover the top of the foot. Closed in shoes must not have patterned or decorative
holes/openings that could allow anything to easily penetrate through to the foot.