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  1. Useful Tips to Minimize Dust When Cutting Concrete

    Stones, sands, and clays which contain considerable amounts of crystalline silica are used to make tiles and concrete. The dust particles which are produced while cutting these materials are hazardous to health and can even turn fatal. Therefore, it is important to use methods that can control dust in such environments and wear protective equipment such as a dust mask with filter.

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  2. Selecting the right PPE Equipment as an Electrician

    Selecting the right PPE Equipment as an Electrician

    When working with energized equipment, maintenance technicians and electricians need to select the right PPE Equipment for themselves. Wearing less than required PPE can cause harm and even led to death and wearing more PPE will cause hindrance in performing your tasks.

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  3. The New EU 2016/425 Standard for PPE Regulation

    The New EU 2016/425 Standard for PPE Regulation

    The initial PPE Regulations was revoked by The New European Union 2016/425 Standard for PPE Regulation on 21st April 2018. The main aim of this new regulation is to regulate and set guidelines for various products divisions and their products in the European Market.

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  4. 6 Essential Disposable Protective Clothing Options to Consider

    6 Essential Disposable Protective Clothing Options to Consider

    Disposable protective clothing is the right choice for working in a sterile or an extremely dirty environment. Some work environments require an added layer of safety and for that, it’s essential to wear personal protective equipment (PPE).

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  5. An Important Role of PPE in Reducing Heat Stress

    An Important Role of PPE in Reducing Heat Stress

    Working in extreme weather conditions or work environments that involves enduring high temperatures, are definitely the toughest one to survive. The challenges of working in extreme temperature environments are that the body of the workers gets stressed. Most of the work environments are too warm that causes heat stress and heat stroke.

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