Clients We Service
Workwear, Hi Vis and Safety Uniforms
It’s important that you and your team are safe and seen at all times. Personal protective clothing, such as high-visibility vests, keep workers safe in low-visibility working conditions, allowing wearers to be easily seen in various light conditions. We work with many businesses to ensure that they have the appropriate safety uniforms for their staff across a number of industries.
Beyond safety, custom workwear and safety gear is also an effective way to help establish your brand. Choose the uniform colours and styles that best represent your business and enquire about adding your logo and other details for a professional finish.
Speak to the uniform experts about our wide selection of specialty workwear and hi-vis uniforms for tradies and industry personnel
For every worksite and every meeting, find the workwear that will keep you comfortable no matter what your day brings.
Warehouse and manufacturing Uniforms
Stay safe and comfortable through long hours, freezing winters and blazing summers.
transport & Logistics Uniforms
For treacherous workplaces, safety, hi-vis compliance and protection against the elements is key. Look at our range
Mining, Oil & Engineering Uniforms
Your workwear should always protect you in hazardous working conditions. Browse our range of hi-vis, heat-resistant, PPE gear and safety uniforms.
Heavy Equipment Hi Vis & Construction Workwear
Keep safe, comfortable and visible on the worksite with our range of construction workwear and hi-vis.
Plumbing & Electrician Uniforms
Whether your day is spent out in the elements, on construction sites, or moving around in hard-to-reach places, you need clothes that keep you comfortable and protected.
We have Valued Clients across:
- Heavy Equipment and Construction
- Manufacturing and Factories
- Road and Rail
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Custom Hi Vis and Workwear Uniforms
Your business isn’t ordinary, so why should your uniform be?
Hi-Vis and Workwear is more than what you wear to the worksite, it keeps your employees safe, and it’s a chance to unify your team and embody your brand. Differentiate yourself amongst competitors and communicate your values to customers with a coordinated and functional dress range that represents your company.
Workwear and Hi-Vis needs to prioritise functionality, from design to fabric. Our polos, safety uniforms and workwear shirts maximise breathability and moisture wicking, to maintain comfort when performing strenuous physical labour. All our hi-vis specifies whether it meets criteria for Class D or Class D/N visibility requirements. We also offer outerwear specifically created to protect against various elements and hazards – everything from heat and electricity to the wind, cold and rain.
We never take a “one size fits all” approach to designing your Hi-Vis or workwear uniform range. Your unique brand deserves a uniform that works best for you, and our “fashion-first” ethos ensures a constantly evolving range and recommendations that reflect your brand. Gone are the days of passe and outdated uniform designs; we believe in workwear that is both functional and appealing.
The Largest Workwear Range in Australia
Total Image Group are the leading distributor of branded clothing and accessories across Australia. We have an extensive stock product range and specialise in coordinating uniform ranges based on our clients’ requirements, working environment, job roles and overall brand image.
Our longstanding relationship with Australia’s leading uniform suppliers means we have the very best in uniform options available. We have high-quality garments and accessories from brands including Syzmik, JB’s Wear, DNC, CHEFWORKS, Identitee, Van Heusen, Stencil, James Harvest, AS Colour and many more.
Whether you are looking for custom workwear, hi vis, PPE, tees, polos, promotional merchandise or team wear, we have it available.
Our goal is to make sure that your uniform is the perfect fit for your brand, and with our extensive range of stock garments and accessories, we can create a unique look for your business. Contact us now, or browse the range and request a quote.
Safety Uniforms and Workwear Australia
We offer a comprehensive range of safety compliant uniforms. We work with the best quality suppliers whose products are guaranteed to meet your needs for safe and comfortable manufacturing, tradie uniforms, mining and construction workwear. Whether you’re after Class D compliant Hi Vis for a worksite, Class D/N compliant safety workwear for roadwork crews, water repellant outerwear for outside construction or Fire Resistant and Arc Rated protective safety gear for those working in hazardous conditions, we have the highest quality products that will keep your team safe on the job.
For Businesses Great and Small
From local cafes to nationwide brands, we will happily cater to businesses of any size.
Our minimum branded garment order quanity is 12 – in any mix of colours and styles!
Custom Workwear Design and Range Consultation
Ready for a refresh, a rebrand, a reimagining? Unfortunately, your uniform is more than one click away.
That’s because at Total Image Group, we go beyond colours, styles and sizes. We want to work closely with you to design a uniform that tells your story, that fits your staff and clients, and will be able to grow alongside your brand. That takes more than just a simple online order.
Depending on your requirements, we can offer you the following options:
Complete custom packages: when you want to weave your brand story into every uniform, customising gives you design freedom. From custom fabrics to designing bespoke brand pieces, the little details like coloured buttons, where you place the logo, an on-brand colour trim… they’re what create a uniform your people are proud to wear.
Specialised Uniform consultation: we build your brand uniform from our existing range, curating the right pieces with the little touches that make it your own. We know there is no one way of doing things which is why we offer our expert advice to ensure not only your uniform launch and roll out are a success, but the right support and processes are in place.
Fill out an enquiry form, or browse our range and request a quote, to be put in touch with our Uniform Experts who will liaise with you to find your perfect fit.
Workwear and Hi Vis Branding
Take every opportunity to communicate your businesses’ values, strengths and individuality by including high-quality, customised branding to your uniform range. Integrating your unique logo, tagline or brand imagery into a considered uniform range not only unifies your team, but elevates the customer experience.
Learn More about Branding Options.
Embroidery thread is fine but durable, meaning that we can capture the details of your branding and keep it preserved for hundreds of washes without fading or damage.
Screen printing allows you to recreate large, bright, or intricate branding that isn’t possible with embroidery. Screen printing is ideal for hi-vis workwear, shirts, or polos, or branded promotional material,
Heat Transfer will help create complex branding designs that use lots of colours. You can create complicated graphics, bright imagery and even photos that can be printed onto t-shirts or promotional products
We are proudly part of the Australasian Circular Textile Association (ACTA) working to drive circularity to realise full resource efficiency for all uniforms and workwear within Australia.
We are working towards a sustainable future. We want to ensure that we protect our environment and do everything we can to contribute to the longevity of our precious planet
Our bespoke service goes beyond the design and supply of your fashion forward new uniforms.
We can create you a complete custom uniform range or build a new uniform from our existing range, curating the right pieces with little touches that make it your own.
We offer a complete service portfolio that we can tailor to your needs.
We carry out staff engagement surveys and uniform fit outs to ensure your team are aware and happy with their new uniform.
Do you have multiple locations nationally? We are well equipped to manage multi-locations as well as help with your allocation and subsidies if these are required.
It has been a fantastic experience and partnership working with Total Image Group to design the inaugural staff uniforms at the new world-class Allianz Stadium and updating uniforms for the Sydney Cricket Ground. The Moore Park precinct is iconic around the world and it’s fitting our new uniform design reflects our famous sporting and entertainment site that’s steeped in history that creates world-class experiences for the millions of members and spectators who visit each year.
Pamela and the team at Total Image Group are everything we look for in a partner; entrepreneurial Aussies who have worked hard to achieve great things and are truly excited about helping bring Bonza to life.
TIG is amazing to work with in organising and supplying high quality uniforms! Recently all F and B uniforms at West HQ. Highly Recommended
On behalf of The Whiddon Group let me express my appreciation to you and the team for the uniform range that you designed and created for us. Not only was everything of the highest quality but the service we received throughout the whole process from undertaking the surveys to find out what our staff wanted through to fit outs and launch were impeccable. We couldn’t be happier with the range.
On behalf of Arcare Aged Care let me express my deepest appreciation to Total Image Group the fantastic work behind developing and supplying our uniform range. We have received nothing but the highest standards in customer service and the range developed has been well thought out to cater to the variety of staff and departments that we have. We find Total Image a great company to deal with. They are professional and prompt, and always helpful when we have inquiries. Their deliveries are within the specified time frame, and any issues are always rectified quickly. Our employees feel great and look tidy wearing them, and we have never received any negative feedback regarding their quality.
On behalf of Dan Murphy's let me express my appreciation to you and the team for the designs you created for our Dan Murphy's preferred dress. Your fashion-forward insights were valued along with your efficient and professional manner, which saw that our requirements were met. The experience was smooth and enjoyable from start to finish. The outcome of the new design is the perfect fit for our team. We look forward to working with you again.
We have been dealing with Total Image for just over 18 months, which has involved totally outfitting 160 staff due to a corporate rebranding project. During this time we have found Pamela and her staff to be very professional. The fit-out process through to the ordering and delivery has been fairly seamless. Even when we have experienced a minor hiccup, the service of the sales and support staff has been very efficient and we have had things resolved in a timely manner.
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Your Hi Vis & Workwear Uniform FAQs Answered
Hi-Vis & Workwear uniforms are garments designed with bright, fluorescent colours and reflective materials or extremely durable fabrics. They are commonly worn by construction workers, road crews, and others to reduce the risk of accidents. Workwear uniforms refer to clothing specifically designed for the demands of particular job roles, often prioritising durability, safety, and functionality. These uniforms vary based on the occupation but typically include items like coveralls, vests, and hard hats, among others.
Hi-Vis and Workwear are crucial for worker safety. High-visibility attire ensures visibility in low-light or high-risk environments, reducing accidents while regular workwear offers protection, durability, and compliance with industry standards, enhancing overall workplace safety and efficiency.
The AS/NZS 4602.1:2011 standard employs a meticulous classification system that divides Hi-Vis clothing (Class D, Class N, Class D/N, Class FR & more) based on visibility and reflectivity, with specific classes offering better visibility and safety for higher-risk work environments.
Examine your requirements in accordance with the AS/NZS 4602.1:2011 classifications.
Hi-Vis & Workwear is essential in various industries such as construction, roadwork, manufacturing, transportation, mining, and emergency services, where worker visibility and safety are paramount due to potential hazards and low-light conditions.
Using non-certified hi-vis clothing for work is generally not recommended, as it may not provide the necessary level of visibility and safety required in hazardous environments.
Hi-Vis garments enhance safety by increasing the visibility of workers in environments with potential hazards, such as those involving moving vehicles or machinery. Their bright colours and reflective materials make it easier for others to spot workers, reducing the risk of accidents. This heightened visibility is especially crucial in low-light conditions, ensuring that workers can be seen and identified more effectively, thus promoting workplace safety.
Hi-Vis garments do not have specific expiration dates, but their effectiveness can diminish over time due to wear, tear, and exposure to the elements. It’s essential to regularly inspect hi-vis clothing for signs of wear, fading, or damage.
Yes! We can customise your garments with your logos, employees name, taglines and more!
The choice of fabric depends on the garment. For polos, an ideal option includes polyester or a cotton/polyester blend. In contrast, drill shirts may require 100% cotton for safety.
Feel free to contact us for a personalised discussion about the best fit for your specific needs!
Certainly! Certain industries demand both Hi-Vis and fire-resistant attire, and we offer solutions for both standard and custom needs.
Absolutely! We can assist you in discovering the ideal Hi-Vis outerwear solutions that will shield you from the weather.
We can indeed assist you in locating Hi-Vis garments with UV protection.
Yes, there are Hi-Vis clothing options designed for all seasons. These garments cater to various weather conditions, ensuring visibility and safety year-round. They include lightweight, breathable options for summer and insulated, weather-resistant choices for winter, making Hi-Vis suitable for any season.
Consult the size charts and measure carefully. It’s advisable to compare your measurements with a well-fitting garment you currently own.
Absolutely! We provide a comprehensive range of women’s workwear.
Various types of Hi-Vis clothing are available, including vests, jackets, shirts, pants, coveralls, and accessories like gloves and hats. These garments are designed to offer visibility and safety in different work environments and weather conditions.
Yes, there sure is!
Hi-Vis vests typically don’t have a specific shelf life. However, their effectiveness can diminish over time due to wear, exposure to the elements, and fading. Regular inspections are essential
There sure is, Whether you need shirts or vests we can help!
Reflective materials such as tape are designed to reflect light back towards its source, making them highly visible in low-light conditions. Fluorescent materials, on the other hand, are brightly coloured and can be easily seen in daylight, even at a distance.
To care for reflective tape, use a mild detergent in cold water and avoid bleach or fabric softeners. Gentle handling and a delicate machine cycle help maintain its reflective properties.
In many cases, yes, you should wear Hi-Vis workwear at night. It’s crucial for safety in low-light conditions, especially when working near traffic or machinery. Many safety regulations and industry standards require the use of Hi-Vis clothing during nighttime work to ensure visibility and reduce the risk of accidents.
The role of a safety officer in enforcing Hi-Vis rules is to monitor and uphold safety standards related to high-visibility clothing. They play a crucial role in ensuring that employees wear appropriate Hi-Vis attire, educating them about its importance for visibility and safety in their specific work environment.
Yes, you can wear a Hi-Vis vest over your regular clothing. Hi-Vis vests are designed to be worn as an additional layer over your outfit to provide high visibility.
We provide Hi-Vis outerwear to ensure your safety in any and all weather conditions!
To determine if your high-visibility clothing is compliant with regulations, look for labels or markings that indicate compliance with relevant standards. Check for the proper colour, reflective tape placement, and minimum surface area of fluorescent material required by your local regulations.
It’s also essential to regularly inspect your clothing for wear and tear, ensuring it continues to meet safety standards.
Select high-visibility clothing colours based on your specific work environment. In general, fluorescent yellow-green or fluorescent orange are commonly used and provide good visibility in most conditions. Yellow-green is better for low-light environments, while orange may be more visible in daylight. Consider factors like lighting conditions, company guidelines, and personal comfort when choosing the right colour.
Yes, there are eco-friendly high-visibility clothing options available. These garments are designed with sustainable materials and manufacturing processes to minimise environmental impact.
Certainly! We’re here to assist with your branding needs, whether it’s your company logo, employee names, or taglines.
Hi-Vis garments are primarily designed for visibility and not specifically for protection against chemicals. While they may offer some resistance to minor chemical splashes, their main purpose is to enhance visibility and safety in low-light or high-traffic conditions.
For chemical protection, consider specialized protective clothing designed for that purpose.
You have two options for disposal: Your employees can personally handle their own garment end-of-life disposal, or we offer assistance with sustainable garment recycling programs.
We have a dedicated TIG Sustainability Lead who can discuss options available, and recommendations based on location.
In many cases, yes, you can wear a Hi-Vis jacket in place of a vest, as long as the jacket meets the visibility and safety requirements of your workplace or the specific task at hand.
Hi-Vis requirements for headwear, such as hard hats with reflective materials, were generally covered under broader Australian safety standards and guidelines, including AS/NZS 1906.4:2010 for high-visibility materials.
When choosing high-visibility pants or trousers, consider your workplace’s safety requirements, the garment’s class, fabric material, reflective tape placement, fit, comfort, weather conditions, extra features, colour, durability, compliance with standards, and the reputation of the brand.
The cost difference between Hi-Vis and regular workwear can vary significantly based on factors like the brand, quality, style, and specific safety features. Generally, hi-vis workwear tends to be slightly more expensive than standard work clothing due to the additional materials used for visibility, such as reflective tape.