Employers shall provide and maintain personal protective equipment whenever there exist potential workplace hazards. There are many garment styles, types of materials, and options available used in protective outerwear depending on the level of protection required.
All Safety Products provides solutions for all employee safety apparel needs, from disposable clothing, chemical resistant clothing, flame resistant apparel, hazmat apparel and a variety of other safety clothing. Personal protective workwear must be selected that will protect employees from the specific hazards which they are likely to encounter during their jobs.
Selection of protective workwear is a complex process and you should consider a variety of factors:
- Identification of hazards, or suspected hazards
- How they may harm an employee (inhalation, skin absorption, ingestion, eye or skin contact)
- Performance of safety clothing materials in providing a barrier to the hazard
- Employee’s work requirements and task-specific conditions
- Durability of materials
Protective Workwear and High Visibility Clothing – All Safety Products Blog
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WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF MSDs? Workers suffering from MSDs (Musculoskeletal disorders) experience less strength for gripping and less range of motion. In extreme cases, a person may experience loss of muscle function and inability to do everyday tasks. Here are some common symptoms you should watch out for: · Painful joints · Tingling or … Continue reading »
- Coveralls / Rainwear Sizing Chart
The coveralls / rain wear sizing chart is provided below to help you choose the right size when purchasing coveralls or rain wear. This is provided by All Safety Products, Inc. Click on image below to link to website for more information or visit the following link http://www.allsafetyproducts.com/protective-workwear-clothing.html .
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At All Safety Products, we’re getting the below notices from our suppliers almost on a weekly basis. “Dear Valued Industrial Distributor: We’re finding it necessary to announce a price increase …Cotton is now up 170% since a year ago and more than 40% since the beginning of 2011. Cotton prices have surged beyond $2 a … Continue reading »