Garment Manufacturing

“Goodfish Lake garments are made in Alberta, by Albertans, for Albertans.”


woman-sewingIndigenous Employees

Goodfish Lake has employed members of White Fish Lake First Nation 128 for over 37 years. The average length of employment is 11 years. All of the employees take pride in delivering exceptional and safe garments. The employee commitment is twofold: To the valued Customer; and To their loved ones. THE

The Valued Customer

Loved Ones

Our skilled workers are personally invested in making sure they build outstanding industrial garments that will protect their loved ones while they are working in the high risk oil and gas industry.[spacer height=”15px”]

“Goodfish Lake protective clothing-the choice when lives are on the line”


Our safety standards satisfy electricians, utility, oil refinery, petrochemical, and construction workers working in high risk environments.

Flash-Fire Protection

Flash fires have a heat flux of approximately 84kW/m2 and typically last less than three seconds. Wearing flame resistant clothing that self-extinguishes can give workers must-needed time to escape a flash fire and dramatically reduce burn injuries.

Electric Arc Flash

According to NFPA 70E it is “A dangerous condition associated with the release of energy caused by an electric arc.”

High Visibility Safety Protection Clothing

Goodfish Lake also manufactures high-visibility clothing which clearly and safely distinguishes workers from the environment. The background material, the combined-performance material, and colours can be either fluorescent yellow-green or fluorescent orange-red.




Uniform and Linen ISO 14001-2004 Registered

“Goodfish Lake has been serving Suncor for over 35 years.”

– Suncor

“We at Syncrude are proud of our long-lasting working relationship and the services Goodfish Lake provides.”