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Cleanroom Workwear and Cleanroom Supplies

Pharmeutical Techs in Cleanroom Working

All Safety Products stocks a wide range of disposable and re-usable workwear for cleanroom use. Cleanrooms are controlled environments that have specific limits on the concentration of airborne particles. Standards are maintained by eliminating possible sources of contamination that are normally generated by people.
Applications for cleanroom workwear and cleanroom supplies include Pharmaceutical, Aerospace, Semiconductor, Automotive, Biotech, Electronics and Food industries.
Cleanroom workwear and cleanroom supplies must be selected that will protect employees from the specific hazards which they are likely to encounter during their jobs and, just as importantly, protect both the process and product from worker contamination.
The correct industrial safety products, safety equipment and safety supplies are vital to all employers to ensure the health and safety of employees. All Safety Products staff and the website can assist you in purchasing the right safety equipment, safety products, safety supplies and accessories for you.
Cleanroom Workwear
Cleanroom Gloves
Latex Gloves for Cleanroom Use
Nitrile Gloves for Cleanroom Use
Sterile Nitrile Gloves for Cleanroom Use
Latex Gloves for Cleanroom Use
Vinyl Gloves for Cleanroom Use
Gloves for Controlled Environment Use
Gloves for Critical Environment Use
 
Cleanroom Supplies
Cleanroom Cleaning Supplies
Important Cleanroom Industry Links

  • FDA Food and Drug Administration - www.fda.org
  • ICCCS International Confederation of Contamination Control Societies - www.icccs.org
  • ISO International Organization for Standardization - www.iso.ch
 
All Safety Products is able to review your requirements and provide you with a range of choices to purchase suitable cleanroom workwear and cleanroom supplies.  
To ensure you are meeting OSHA requirements and other applicable safety standards and practices, it is best to consult with a professional safety consultant (www.aiha.org) or call your local OSHA area office or your state OSHA Consultation Services for their interpretation of your situation.