SHOPFLOOR workers at engineering firm Thomas Broadbents are happy to mind their manners - and broadly agree with the aims of the Kits campaign.
Glynn Charles, of Longwood, who works in the rolling department of the factory at Queen Street South, said: "Racist and sexist comments should not be made anywhere, let alone in the factory.
"The company banned topless calendars to avoid offending any visitors."
Leading hand Mark Wilczynski, of Newsome, said: "Topless calendars are not acceptable to many visitors, particularly from the Middle East and Far East.
"Swearing is accepted when people know each other well enough."
And fitter Nathan Woodcock, of Quarmby, said: "We all know each other and people know when we are having a laugh.
"It's a matter of using your common sense."