PPE

  1. A Guide to Respiratory Protective Equipment for Woodworking Projects

    Protective Equipment for Woodworking

    If you are someone who loves working with food, either as a volunteer enthusiast or as a professional, it is vital to ensure that you don't develop any respiratory diseases due to the nature of your work. While working on different projects, you get exposed to a lot of wood dust, fumes, chemicals and tiny particles that pose a threat to your respiratory system. These may also cause severe allergies, and sometimes, even cancer to those constantly being exposed to the toxins released while working with wood.

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  2. Paint Spraying & Smart Spraying RPE

    Paint Spraying & Smart Spraying RPE

    The article will cover general paint spraying, decorating & DIY using conventional paint spraying products that tend to be solvent based commonly known as cellulose paints (Contain non reactive organic products) as well as paint spraying with isocyanates (Contain reactive products such as epoxy or isocyanate containing products) & SMART spraying.

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  3. The Ultimate Guide to Donning and Doffing PPE

    The Ultimate Guide to Donning and Doffing PPE

    Personal protective equipment (PPE) such as, face shields, goggles, gloves, gowns, aprons, Facemasks and many more appliances are used by the healthcare personnel/workers during operative procedures. “Donning” refers to putting on personal protective equipment (PPE) whereas “Doffing” refers to taking off personal protective equipment (PPE). 

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  4. Selecting the Right PPE Cloth for Waste and Recycling

    Selecting the Right PPE Cloth for Waste and RecyclingPersonal Protective Equipment(PPE) cloth is one of the most commonly used terms you may come across during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  5. Top Common Causes of Work-Related Injuries and Prevention

    Top Common Causes of Work-Related Injuries and PreventionWork-related injuries can be messy and can leave a deep physical and psychological impact on the victims. The Labour Force Survey of 2018-19 reported more than 581,000 workers were on the receiving end of a non-fatal injury.

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