We see all the engineers in their workplaces wearing a helmet over their heads to protect them from any danger they may have while they work. The blue helmet is provided by the general supervisor of the project and the white helmet worn by the project engineer, the executive engineer and the senior visitors.
Most engineering companies maintain a business casual dress code which might consist of a nice pair of khaki's and a long sleeve dress shirt for a man and a nice skirt and blouse for a woman.
Helmets create an additional layer for the head and thus protect the wearer from some of the more severe forms of traumatic brain injury. A helmet aims to reduce the risk of serious head and brain injuries by reducing the impact of a force or collision to the head.
Most engineers work in office buildings, laboratories or industrial plants. Others may spend time outdoors at construction sites and oil and gas exploration and production sites where they monitor or direct operations or solve onsite problems. Some engineers travel extensively to plants or worksites here and abroad.
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