Since 2018, the personnel of Delta Air carries Lines uniforms by Designer Zac Posen. However, it looks like the new clothes was not really good. Over 500 employees have filed a lawsuit against the manufacturer Lands End. You accuse him of, among other things, negligence and endangerment of the health of the staff.
The uniforms would trigger a large number of complaints, including shortness of breath, nose bleeds, allergic reactions of the skin, dizziness, and ringing in the ears. To find out what could be the reason for the problems, have you done home Tests of the uniforms. You have found traces of chromium, antimony, mercury, formaldehyde, fluorine and bromine. All of these substances are considered harmful to people.Delta is not found no problems
Delta itself is in the suit, Lands End is listed as a suspect. However, the airline has declared now that you've carried out detailed Tests with the uniforms. You have identified no problems. Only an apron have exceeded limits and have been removed from the collection.
It is not the first Time that uniforms of Airline personnel in the United States for problems. American Airlines announced last year, to draw the uniforms of the manufacturer's Twin Hills after only a year out of circulation, after the complaints of the staff about allergic reactions were not demolished. The new outfitter: Lands End.
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*The contribution of "rash, cough, shortness of breath, employees of Airline complaints about harmful uniforms" was written and published by aeroTelegraph. Contact with the executives here.aeroTelegraph Updated Date: 06 January 2020, 01:00