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• PPE KIT:

Taking into consideration the current situation, with the worldwide outburst of COVID-19, the need, and usage of PPE kits has never been more important. Read along to know more about PPE kits, its need, usage, types and much more.

• PPE:

PPE or the Personal Protective Equipment is designed to shield and protect you against various contagious viruses, bacteria’s, or infections. These Personal Protective Equipment’s (PPEs) are nothing but protective gears designed to safeguard your health by minimizing the exposure of your body to hazardous biological agents.

Personal protective equipment, commonly known as "PPE", is a set of safety gear worn by a person to minimize exposure to hazards that may cause serious health effects and illnesses. These illnesses may result from contact with biological, chemical, radiological, physical, electrical, mechanical, or other hazards. Personal protective equipment may include items which cover you from head to toe, such equipment’s may generally include gloves, safety glasses and shoes, earplugs or muffs, hard hats, respirators, or coveralls, vests and full body suits depending on the nature of activity. The Protective equipment may be worn for job-related occupational safety and health purposes, as well as for sports and other recreational activities.

• Personal Protective Equipment’s:

All the item in the PPE kit helps impose a barrier or a shield between the wearer/user and the working environment they are in. The purpose of personal protective equipment is to reduce exposure to hazards agents. These protective kits in some cases are also ranked at the lowest of the hierarchy of risk control, as they are considered the option of last resort. It is appropriate where the hazard in question cannot be totally removed or controlled in a way that harm is unlikely to occur. In this context of a last resort control measure, PPE is critically important as it is generally only used where other measures may be insufficient and as such it plays a crucial role in preventing and reducing the chances of spread of the risk to the wearer and from the wearer to other people.

Healthcare workers most importantly show make use of a PPE Kit to ensure that no infectious material reaches unprotected skin or mucous membranes while providing patient care.

• Types of PPE:

Selecting the right PPE to sufficiently reduce exposure to hazards is highly essential. As PPE kits are used by professionals and workers in various fields, they are classified into different types depending on the nature and what they protect. Types of PPE includes -

1) PPE For Whole Body Protection:

This form of PPE offers an all-round protective layer to the body. It includes various suits and uniforms, worn to protect the wearer from different kinds of harms depending on the nature of work. The material also varies according to the place and nature of the work. The choice of materials includes flame-retardant, anti-static, chain mail, chemically sound, impermeable material etc.

For eg: Lab coats worn by scientists, ballistic vests worn by law enforcement officials, Overall suits worn by doctors and care takers, Conventional or disposable overalls, Boiler suits, Aprons, Life jackets & Chemical suits.

2) PPE For Eye Protection:

Protecting the eye is very important, as it is not only sensitive but also susceptible to various kinds of infections, injuries and may cause serious damage to the eyesight. It is achieved by wearing eyewear which is specially designed to reduce the risk of exposure of your eyes to biological agents or fluids, chemical splashes, laser radiation and/or debris. It is extremely important to choose the right kind to eye protection, depending on your nature of work. The eye protectant should not block your vision, should be clear, should not be numbered and should fit properly.

For eg: There are four primary types of eye protection — of which each has its own limitations — including general safety glasses, laser safety glasses, chemical splash goggles and impact goggles. Eye protectants also includes safety spectacles, goggles, face screens, face shields & visors.

3) PPE For Face Protection:

PPE kits almost always includes a face protectant, no matter the nature of work, as we humans not only tend to touch our face countless times but the sensitive skin also tends to be more prone to the harmful effects of hazards such as chemical splatters, projectile, spillage etc. There are various types of face protectants to choose from.

For eg: Face Shield, Visors, safety helmets, bump caps, Head caps etc.

4) PPE For Hand Protection:

PPE kits includes hand protectants as they are in the line of fire and need more protecting. Finding and choosing an appropriate safety gear for your hands is highly necessary. It is also very important to know the nature of the gear protecting your hands, as they vary in material according to its need. A wrong safety gear may only increase the risk and expose your hands to hazardous agents. It is also important to note that they may degrade over time while some are not reusable and should be disposed of immediately after use.

For eg: Chemically protective gloves, Nitrile gloves, Gloves with a cuff, Gauntlets and even Sleeving that covers part or all the arm.

5) PPE For Respiratory Protection:

Respiratory protective equipment protects the wearer from breathing in contaminants in the air, thus preserving the health of one's respiratory tract. It is highly important for wearers who work in a hazardous environment which can cause serious damage to the respiratory health or where you are exposed to harmful viruses and infection which are contagious through the respiratory source. It is extremely important for respiratory protectants to fit properly to maximize its efficiency. Individual should have proper knowledge on how to use and wear such respiratory protectant. They also have fresh-air hose, compressed airline and self-contained breathing apparatus to offer independent breathing source.

For eg: Filtering face pieces, Respiratory half, and full masks & Power-assisted respirators

6) PPE For Hearing Protection:

PPE kits includes hearing protectants usually for industrial workers as they are exposed to loud sounds and noises which may be harmful for them. PPE for hearing protection is designed for people who are regularly exposed to noise levels above the recommended standards, for laboratory workers, for doctors and caretakers who are exposed to infections etc.

For eg: Earplugs, Earmuffs, Ear covers, Semi-insert/Canal caps, Head caps etc

• PPE Kit Includes:

As we know now that different PPE kits include different types of equipment depending on the nature of the activity. Let us have a look at what a PPE kit includes for health workers, such as doctors, nurses, and caretakers. As we are battling a pandemic and their need is most crucial, the need to know more about PPE is highly advisable.

1) Face Shield:

Face Shields are an important part of the PPE kits as it helps in the protection of the entire face. Face does not only include the facial skin, it also includes other sensitive organs such as nose, eyes and mouth. The mucous membranes of the eyes, nose and mouth can easily be contaminated, is likely in in cases where droplets generated by cough, sneeze of an infected person or during aerosol generating procedures carried out in a medical setting. There are also chances of unintentionally touching our eyes/nose/mouth with contaminated hands. Hence face shields are an integral part of standard and contact precautions.

2) Goggles:

The safety goggles included in PPE kits are to safeguard your eyes from splashing body fluids, splatters, droplets, projectile which the wearer may be surrounded by while taking care of infected patients. The mucous membranes of the eyes are sensitive and reactive to such agents, which can cause more damage. Eyes can be protected by wearing either goggles or a visor. Personal glasses are not a suitable substitute as they do not completely shield the eyes. Goggles or visors covering the eyes, the surrounding areas and such which can also accommodate prescription glasses should be worn. If reusable eye/face protection is used, it should be decontaminated in accordance with the manufacturer’s guidelines. Hands should always be decontaminated after removing the equipment.

A suitable protective eye/face equipment must:

    • Cover the eyes and the area around the eyes completely

    • Should be clear and not visibly soiled

    • Should fit perfectly. Almost all the goggles have adjustable straps at the back for greater fit.

    • Should be disposed of after use if single-use or placed in container with disinfectant before using it again

    • Should accommodate prescription glasses and should not fog

3) Masks:

Masks >> are extremely important to protect the wearer against respiratory viruses that includes the infamous Coronaviruses or the Covid 19 virus which target mainly the upper and lower respiratory tracts. Hence it is highly necessary to shield the airway from particles generated from an infected person in the form of droplets or aerosols. Contamination of mucous membranes of the mouth and nose by infective droplets or through a contaminated hand also allows the virus to enter the body. These masks in the PPE kits are precautions taken prevent such agents from entering the body. There are masks that are to be worn by medical workers are some for the infected as well. There are two types of masks which are usually recommended depending upon the work environment., i.e a Triple layer medical mask and a N-95 Respirator mask

• Surgical Masks:

These surgical masks are usually triple layered, 3-ply medical masks that are disposable, fluid-resistant, provides protection to the wearer from droplets of infectious nature which might have emitted during coughing/sneezing/talking.

    - Disposable Face Mask with Elastic Ear Loops – Seniority:

    These 3 layered Masks >> are designed to provide reliable respiratory protection. It helps to prevent the spread of diseases and injections. They cover the nose and mouth and features soft elastic ear loops and a flexible plastic strip that will help to keep the mask in place all day long.

    - N-95 Respirator Masks:

    These masks are a respiratory protective gear which comes with high filtration efficiency to airborne particles. They feature air seal properties, to achieve a very close facial fit. N-95 Masks >>The N-95 masks also have high fluid resistance, good breathability (because of the expiratory valve), clearly identifiable internal and external faces and a unique cup-shaped structured design. As these masks provide a much tighter air seal than triple layer medical masks, they are designed to protect the wearer from inhaling airborne particles.

    - V-4400 NIOSH N95 Flat Fold Respirator (Mask) – Venus:

    This N-95 Masks >>is used to protect the wearer from airborne particles. The mask has a superior micro fine filter technology which has been designed to protect an individual against RSPM up to 0.3micron. The mask offers greater fit and covers the nose and mouth, it is NIOSH approved, which may provide added protection from airborne viruses.

4) Gloves:

Infection and viruses don’t just spread directly through respiratory sources. A person may touch object or surfaces contaminated by an infected person, and then may touch his own eyes, nose, or mouth. Although this is not a direct mode of transmission, there is no harm in taking care while handling objects/surface that are potentially contaminated. For the purpose of safety. Nitrile gloves are preferred over latex gloves as they resist chemicals, which may include disinfectants such as chlorine. As the medical workers have to wear the gloves for a long time, latex may cause allergies among health workers. Nonpowdered gloves are preferred to powdered gloves.

    • Micro Touch N30 Nitrile Multipurpose Examination Gloves (Pack of 30) – Ansell:

    Made from superior quality Nitrile Rubber, these Multipurpose Gloves by Ansell >> are powder free and latex free. They feature an advanced barrier protection to keep bacteria, chemical and dirt away.

5) Coverall/Bodysuit Gowns/Aprons:

There are different kinds of protectants available to protect the body against bodily fluids, projectiles and other particles that immigrate onto the wearer while being in close proximity with an infected person. These are a must have in PPE kits for health workers and medical professionals, they are designed to protect torso and even the entire body. Aprons would only cover the front of the body whereas Coveralls or Bodysuit Gowns provide almost 360-degree protection, they are designed to cover the whole body, including back and lower legs and sometimes head and feet as well. the design of medical/isolation gowns do not provide continuous whole-body protection. Coveralls and gowns have stringent standards to prevent exposure to biologically contaminated particles. They are made from SMS composite non-woven 60 GSM fabric making them impermeable and highly suitable for health workers.

6) Shoe Covers:

Shoe covers are an important as they protect your feet from such hazardous agents. Your shoes might not be impermeable making your feet exposed to various infectious particles. Shoe covers should be made up of impermeable fabric to be used over shoes to facilitate personal protection and decontamination. They should also fit perfectly and should have a good grip.

7) Head Covers:

Coveralls usually come with head covers attached to it. While wearing bodysuit gowns or aprons, use of head covers should be made. They usually head and neck while taking care of patients. Hair and hair extensions should fit inside the head cover properly to avoid any exposure. They are usually made from good quality material, embedded with a hoody like structure to to shield the entire head including the back of the neck. These head covers may even feature transparent face side flaps for clear vision while working. If reusing the head cover, it should be places in a container of disinfectant before using it the next time.

8) Biohazard Bags:

A PPE kit may include bio-hazard bags to dispose of all the used medical material or equipment’s that may be contaminated safety without them being exposed to the environment, people, or animals. These bags can be used to dispose of liquid or solid medical waste contaminated with any other potentially infectious materials (OPIM).

• PPE Kit To Fight Against Virus & Infection like Coronavirus (COVID-19):

The need to use PPE kits is very high, given the situation and the need to safeguard the health workers who are risking their lives to offer services to those who are infected by the Covid 19 virus. PPE kit may play an important role in offering protection against not just the coronavirus disease but also to protect themselves from the harmful effects of various infections and viruses. Viruses have various modes of transmission. There is clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of SARS-CoV-2, i.e the coronavirus. It can be transmitted mainly through respiratory droplets generated from an infected person when they cough, sneeze, or exhale. It can also be transmitted by direct touch to the contaminated surfaces or objects and then touching their own mouth, nose, or possibly their eyes. The people most at risk of COVID-19 infection are those who are in close proximity with a suspect/confirmed COVID-19 patient or people who are taking care of such patients.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is a protective gear designed to safeguard the health of workers by minimizing the exposure to a biological agent. Components of PPE to safeguard workers includes, goggles, face-shield, mask, gloves, coverall/gowns (with or without aprons), head cover and shoe cover etc.

There are certain things a person wearing a PPE should keep in mind while using a PPE kit as a preventive measure against various virus, including the Covid 19 virus:

    • PPEs do not offer an alternative to basic preventive public health measures. These measures include maintaining hand hygiene and respiratory etiquettes.

    • Always (as much as possible) maintaining a distance of at least 1 meter from contacts/suspect/confirmed COVID-19 cases.

    • Rigorously following the laid down protocol for disposing off PPEs. If not done carefully and safely, the virus won’t be detained, which can cause it to spread.

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• Buy Personal Protective Equipment Online:

Choose from a number PPE kits available online, there are various brands to choose from. Choosing the right PPE kit is very important as their quality and fit plays an important role in determining its efficiency in protecting you from being exposed to viruses and infections.

• Safety While Using Personal Protective Equipment:

To prevent virus transmission in health care settings, procedures and protocols must be rigorously followed and use of personal protective equipment should also be done. While PPE is the most visible control or safety measure used to prevent transmission, it must be used in combination with general, administrative and engineering controls such as facilities for barrier nursing, water and sanitation, hand hygiene facilities, waste management and even proper ventilation. PPE must be selected correctly to ensure effectiveness; they should also be used in a safe manner. It is especially important to take extra care when PPE is put on, removed or decontaminated. All the PP equipment’s that are reusable as per manufacturer information, should first be decontaminated and disinfected thoroughly to avoid spread of infections, which may occur due to contaminated personal protective equipments.

• PPE Kit Bags Available in Stock Online:

The demand for PPE kits across the globe has risen due to the unexpected and unprecedented break of coronavirus disease and the large population that it has affected. There are many providers determined to manufacture and make available as many PPE kits as they can to support and take care of personnel’s who are in the frontline helping those who are infected and struggling to fight this virus. d of infections, which may occur due to contaminated personal protective equipments.

• Best PPE Kit For Frontline Fighters during Pandemic situation:

There are several kinds of PPE kits available in the market. Choose from the best of brands to ensure efficiency and effectiveness. A best PPE may be the one made in accordance with the standard guidelines and safety measures provided. As these measures have been set after critical research to protect those on frontline during this pandemic situation, a PPE kit must comply with such standards to avoid putting the wearer at risk.

• Full Body PPE Gear Available Online:

PPE kits or personal protective equipment can be bought as single units and even as a full body gear equipment. A full body gear includes safety gear which can protect your eyes, nose, mouth, face, head, hands, feet, and the entire body to prevent any exposure to the infectious agents. Choose from Full Body PPE kits available at Seniority.in, they are made from standard and good quality material to offer utmost safety.

    • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Kit - Goodfeel: >>

    Designed to protect you against harmful viruses, bacteria, infections and to prevent contact with infectious agent or body fluid, this full body PPE or Personal Protective Equipment kit contains all essentials to avoid any bodily exposure to such infectious material. Each kit includes Bodysuit gown (60GSM), Gloves (Powder Free Nitrile Gloves), 3 Ply mask (1 Pair), Head cover (1 Pair, with transparent face side) and Biohazard Bag (1 Pair).

    • Personal Protective Equipment Kit - Fabric Monde: >>

    Fabric Monde presents Protective Equipment kit which is designed to protect you against harmful viruses, bacteria and infections, and to prevent contact with an infectious agent or body fluid. The PPE kit comprises of all essentials to avoid any bodily exposure, it comes with, a Coverall with hood, Gloves (nitrile surgical gloves, powder free), 3 Ply mask (made of Polypropylene spunbond), Shoe cover (SMS fabric) and Goggles.

• Factors Influencing PPE Selection:

When selecting PPE, these 3 key points should be taken into consideration:

    • Type of Anticipated Exposure – It is highly necessary to anticipate the kind of exposure that may occur, such as touch, splashes, sprays, projectiles, blood, or body fluids that might reach the skin through the clothing. Selecting the right PPE kit depending on the nature of exposure will not only make it easier but will also offer extra safety to the wearer.

    •Durability and Appropriateness - It is very important to know whether the PPE used is durable and appropriate enough to sustain during the exposure to the task. This will affect the wearer, for example, whether a gown or apron is selected for PPE, or, if a gown is selected, whether it needs to be fluid resistant, fluid proof, or neither.

    • Proper Fit - PPE must fit the individual user properly to ensure efficiency and effectiveness, it is up to the employer to ensure that all PPE are available in sizes appropriate for all the workers.

• When, Where and Who requires PPE:

- PPE Kits in Hospitals

According to the standard rules and regulations, use of PPE in healthcare settings to protect the personnel from any kind to exposure is highly necessary. As the hospital staff is around people with various infections and diseases most of the day, it is more than important for them to safeguard their health. Employers should provide their employees, i.e the hospital staff with appropriate PPE and ensure that PPE is disposed of properly or, if reusable, that it is properly cleaned, laundered, repaired, and stored for use. While PPE is last in the hierarchy of prevention, it is very important for protecting healthcare workers from disease transmission.

- PPE in Laboratory

Personal protective equipment (PPE) is a safety gear used by those who are in an environment which may cause harm to their health and well being. It used to protect the wearer from specific hazards and hazardous materials. PPE does not reduce or eliminate the hazard but only protects the wearer. PP equipments are necessary to protect the workers in the laboratory, the PP equipment’s are carefully selected to ensure that it is compatible with the chemicals and the process used in the lab.

The PPE kit may include - Face And Eye Protection, Lab Coats And Aprons, Gloves, Foot Protection, Respiratory Protection

- PPE in Nursing

The nursing staff is almost always surrounded by common infections, such as influenza to other frightening diseases. It is important to wear the right personal protective equipment to keep themselves from becoming infected and to prevent spreading illness from patient to patient inadvertently. Knowing what type of personal protective equipment to wear in different situations is essential for nurses.

- PPE in Chemical Handling

Special PPE kits are designed for professionals who handle hazardous chemicals. There are many programs in place to look after the needs of such professionals. These hazardous chemicals, including oils, solvents, corrosives, acidic compounds etc., need to be handled with extra care and personnel handling it should be extra precautions.

The PPE kit may include - Overalls, Aprons, Footwear, Gloves, Chemical Resistant Glasses, Face Shields and Respirators

- PPE in Construction Sites:

Personnel Protection Equipment (PPE) must be worn at all times when on construction site as the person is exposed to a number of hazards which can tamper with the general well-being and health of the worker. At the very minimum, each worker is required to wear a hard hat and safety glasses. All workers must wear shirts with sleeves, long work pants, and sturdy work shoes or boots when working on a construction site.

The PPE kit may include - High Visibility Safety Vests With Reflective Striping, High Visibility Shirts, Sturdy Work Shoes Or Boots, Hard Hats, Safety Goggles, Protective Gloves, Hearing Protection, Full Face Shields When Cutting, Grinding, Or Chipping

- Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE Kit):

There are certain rules or dos and don’ts when it comes to usage, wearing and removal and disposal of PPE kits to ensure the wearers safety as well as the safety of people around him. These general dos and Don’ts include:

• Wear the PPE before contacting the patient, generally before entering the room

• Remove and discard the PPE carefully after contacting the patient, either at the doorway or immediately outside patients’ room

• Immediately perform hand hygiene.

• General Dos and Don’ts for Specific equipment’s in the PPE Kits:

1) Gowns:

    • Select appropriate type and size

    • Opening is in the back

    • Secure at neck and waist

    • If gown is too small, use two gowns

    • Gown #1 ties in front

    • Gown #2 ties in back

    • Do not wear the gown that is torn or already contaminated

    • If reusable, place it in disinfectant and store in a clean place

2) Masks:

    • Place over nose, mouth, and chin

    • Fit the flexible nose piece over nose bridge

    • Secure on head with ties or elastic, depending on the mask

    • Adjust to fit

    • If reusable, disinfect the mask. If not, dispose it of according to the standards followed

3) Face Shields and goggles:

    • Position goggles over eyes, ensure they cover the eyes and the area surrounding properly

    • Secure the adjustable head strap and make sure the googles do not slip

    • Do not use goggles worn by someone else before disinfecting thoroughly

    • Position face shield over face

    • Secure the shield with the headband or strap, making sure it doesn’t slip

    • Adjust to fit comfortably

    • Dispose of both, googles and face shield properly if they cannot be reused

4) Gloves:

    • Gloves are last to be worn

    • Select correct type and size, i.e nitrile, latex, powdered or unpowdered etc

    • Make sure the gloves are in good condition and not torn from anywhere

    • Insert hands into gloves

    • Extend gloves over isolation gown cuffs

    • Keep gloved hands away from face, i.e eyes, nose mouth expressly and at all times

    • Maintain proper hand hygiene before wearing new gloves and even after removing the old ones

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• Appropriate Way To Wear PPE For Safety

Theoretically, maximum levels of protection can be achieved by using PPE, but the real level of protection actually achieved is difficult to assess. It can depend on various factors such as poor fit, or failure to wear it when required etc. Effective protection can only be achieved by equipment which is correctly fitted, maintained, and properly used at all times.

• Buy PPE Kits from Different Brands

1. Ansell: Ansell manufactures and sells high-performance and high-quality protection equipment’s, designed for hand, foot, and body protection for different industries such as automotive, chemical, food, services, machinery and equipment, military, mining, and construction.

2. Honeywell: Honeywell makes eye and face protection, hearing protection, fall protection, hand protection, first-aid, head protection, lockout-tagout, and professional footwear related equipments. It offers a complete solution with insulating rubber gloves, line hose, blankets, voltage detectors, clamp sticks, distribution dead-end insulators, temporary grounding equipment, plastic cover-up, and dielectric boots.

3. 3M: 3M offers a variety of products designed to enhance personal protection of people, facilities, and systems. Their products include PPE, traffic safety, civil security solutions, and commercial solutions. 3M offers a strong line of PPE like reusable and disposable respirators, head and face protection equipment, protective eyewear, hearing protection equipment, and reflective materials used in footwear, clothing, and other accessories for enhancing visibility in low-light conditions.

4. MSA Safety: They has divided their products into mainly two categories: non-core products and core products. Non-core products include respirators, thermal imaging cameras, eye and face protection equipment, and gas masks. These products complement the core offerings. The core products include fall protection equipment, fire and rescue helmet, head protection equipment, portable gas detection instruments, breathing apparatus products, and fixed gas and flame detection instruments.

5. DuPont: DuPont is a large provider of PPE kits including body armor, cut protection, vehicle armor, flame-resistant clothing, and chemical protective garments and accessories.

6. Fabric Monde: Fabric monde is a B2B platform connecting Indian textile mills to fashion brands across the world. The platform provides a variety of seller services such as access to markets, credit linkage etc., targeting at 10 Lakh SMEs in India and helps buyers across the world with faster procurement reliably.

• Personal Protective Equipment Shops, Distributors & Suppliers Near Me:

You can choose from a wide collection of PPE kits online. Designed and manufactured using standard regulations, choosing a PPE kit may also reduce the need to step out and search for shops where there is availability of PPEs. Check of Seniority’s range of PPE kits, Gloves, Masks, Sanitizers and other essential products given the pandemic situation.

• Bulk Order PPE Kit:

Bulk orders are most suited for people who make use of PP equipments on a daily basis, where there is constant need to wear PPEs and where it is necessary to have spare PPEs. Seniority promotes bulk buy of PPE kits, as the PPE is available, also in pack of 10s and 100s to make sure they there is appropriate supply to PPEs wherever needed.

• PPE Safety Gear Online at Low Price:

The prices of PPEs may differ from brand to brand and depending upon the number of eqipments available in the kit. You can also buy a single equipment as well as the entire kit, prices may vary according to that.

• Buy PPE Online in India at Seniority.in:

Choose from Seniority’s range of PPE kits. Be safe and protect yourself amidst this pandemic, by wearing PPE Kits while taking care of anyone who might be suspected, infectious, or sick. Our range of products include PPE kits, Gloves, N95 Masks, Respiratory Masks, Sanitizers and much more to help you protect yourself and your loved ones in these difficult times.

FAQ's

1) What is personal protective equipment or PPE?

PPE or Personal protective equipment, is a safety gear worn to minimize exposure to hazards that cause serious workplace injuries and illnesses. These injuries and illnesses may result from contact with biological, chemical, radiological, physical, electrical, mechanical, or other workplace hazards. Personal protective equipment may include items such as gloves, safety glasses and shoes, earplugs or muffs, hard hats, respirators, or coveralls, vests and full body suits.

2) Who needs to wear PPE?

Personal protective equipment, also commonly known as PPE are to be worn my any personnel who may be at a risk of being harmed or affected in any way if exposed to their nature of work. Different PPE kits are suitable and ideal depending on the nature of work. Common moto being the safety of the wearer.

3) What are types of PPE?

PPE are different depending on the activity and nature of work. The types of PPE depend on its functions and the part of organ they protect. For example:

    1) PPE For Whole Body Protection: This form of PPE offers an all-round protective layer to the body. It includes various suits and uniforms, which are worn to protect the wearer from different kinds of harms

    2) PPE For Eye Protection: Eyes are extremely sensitive but also susceptible to various kinds of infections, injuries and may cause serious damage to the eyesight. It is achieved by wearing eyewear designed to reduce the risk of exposure of your eyes to biological agents or fluids, chemical splashes, laser radiation and/or debris.

    3) PPE For Face Protection: No matter the nature of work, harmful effects of hazards such as chemical splatters, projectile, spillage etc can cause damage. There are various types of face protectants to choose from such Face Shield, Visors, safety helmets, bump caps, Head caps etc.

    4) PPE For Hand Protection: Hand protectants are an important safety gear as it is highly necessary. It is also very important to know the nature of the gear protecting your hands, as they vary in material according to its need. For eg: Chemically protective gloves, Nitrile gloves, Gloves with a cuff, Gauntlets and even Sleeving that covers part or all the arm.

    5) PPE For Respiratory Protection: Respiratory protective equipment protects the wearer from breathing in contaminants in the air, thus preserving the health of one's respiratory tract. For eg: Filtering face pieces, Respiratory half, and full masks & Power-assisted respirators

    6) PPE For Hearing Protection: These are usually for industrial workers as they are exposed to loud sounds and noises which may be harmful for them. For eg: Earplugs, Earmuffs, Ear covers, Semi-insert/Canal caps, Head caps etc.

4) Where can you buy a PPE kit?

Choose from various PPE kits online depending on the need and nature of work. There are various brands and manufacturers invested in the production and sale of good quality PPE kits.

5) Which PPE kit is best?

There are several brands offering quality PPE kits. Any kit which is designed and made according to the recommended health and safety standards is an ideal PPE kit. Check out Seniority’s range of PPE kits, each kit is packed with all essential equipment’s for the safety of healthcare workers.

6) Is it safe to use PPE?

PPE kits are designed with the very motive to safeguard the wearer against various safety hazards. Although, it is highly necessary to choose the right PPE kit for the right job. It Is equally important that the equipment’s included in the PPE kit are clean, proper suited and fit.

7) Why is PPE important?

PPE or the Personal protective equipment is important as it is the safety gear which is designed to protect workers against health or safety risks on the job. Its whole sole purpose is to reduce employee exposure to hazards when the other risk control measures such as engineering and administrative controls are not feasible or effective to reduce these risks to acceptable levels.

8) Can PPE help prevent infections etc?

A PPE kit is designed to act as a barrier between the wearer and the infectious agent. It helps you by protecting you against any exposure of your body to such agents that may be harmful, infectious and contagious agents. It is important to know that PPE is a preventive risk control method that ranks at the lowest of the hierarchy of risk control. It should thus be accompanied with other two methods, i.e the general, administrative and engineering control method.

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