About Red Dirt Workwear


Red Dirt Workwear is a research and development company focused on reducing the effects of heat stress on people working in hot environments. Our services include:
  • Providing heat stress education to industry
  • Designing affordable cooling industrial garments
  • Testing and recommending cooling devices
  • Supplying a suite of cooling products to remote sites

People working at hot sites are at the risk of incidents and injuries, caused by the strain of the heat on their body and brain. Red Dirt’s founder and director, Pauline Sanders, is passionate for the people working at remote sites. She spent years as a camp manager in remote bush locations, like the Simpson Desert, Australia. Her caring inspired her to design and patent several innovations.

Her flagship product is the Red Dirt work shirt, a Hi-Vis work shirt with a passive cooling system. Patent 2010101331, covers an innovative cooling insert that draws heat away from the carotid artery in the neck. The cooling insert is safer than other cooling products because it does not have loose ends that can get caught in machinery. The Red Dirt Hi-Vis Work Shirt complies with AS / NZS 4602.1:2011, Australian Standards, garments for high-risk applications.

Various other speciality heat stress, and workplace products are being tested for effectiveness. If you would like to review the Red Dirt Hi-Vis work shirt, or some of the cooling products being investigated, contact Pauline by email.

‘Stay cool. Stay focused.’ in Red Dirt Workwear.


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