Protective clothes are used in industrial facilities to enhance the safety of workers, protect their clothing, and meet the legal standard of operations. Note that the protective clothing for various industries might differ depending on the hazard under consideration. For example, the protective clothing for working in industrial facilities with bright welding arcs is different from what is required in a dusty facility. Face shields
are used to provide additional protection for a worker's face when working in areas with chemicals
and blood-borne hazards. Another common type of protective clothing is an apron. It is worn to protect the workers' clothes from getting dirty or blocking industrial liquids from getting into the worker’s body.Other types of protective clothing that your employees might require include bumps & hats, gloves
, rain wear, sleeves, and sweatshirts. Make sure to check the recommended clothing for your facility. To see the full list of available protective clothing, make sure to visit our site.