Dust Masks & Respirators
You probably would have effectuated the notion “Prevention is better than cure” multiple times in life. From deciding essential medicines before going on a trip to getting regular check-ups done to ensure physical well being, a little cautiousness certainly goes a long way.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has today Thursday 11th June issued an alert against the use of KN95 facemasks as Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), urging all employers and suppliers not to purchase or use KN95 facemasks as PPE.
As per our previous article regarding fake masks & companies with no respiratory protective experience of protection selling these products, the HSE have issue the alert against all KN95 masks due to the fact they are
Companies and the general public have little experience of the regulations regarding protective levels for face coverings & protective masks or details of what masks are actually legally allowed to be sold in this country and are so face being ripped of with illegal fake products.
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The respirator is an essential piece of safety equipment in the workplace. It protects workers from breathing in harmful gases, toxins, vapours and other tiny airborne particles. Respirators must be in good condition for it to function effectively.