PPE Blog

Best Mask for Smoke

Best Mask for Smoke

By sunline / January 21, 2021 /

Smoke from fires leads to poor air quality that is dangerous to your health. If you’re unable to remove yourself and seek clean air, the best line of defense is wearing high-quality protective equipment, including smoke-filtering masks.  Best Mask to Prevent Smoke Inhalation For protection against smoke, you need a particulate respirator or gas mask.…

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What is the Difference Between Antibody vs. Antigen Testing?

By sunline / January 11, 2021 /

Due to continuous testing being a crucial part of responding to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to understand the differences between antibody and antigen testing and how either can impact your health.  What is the difference between an antigen and an antibody? An antigen is a molecule that has the ability to elicit…

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Best Mask to Protect Against Mold

By sunline / December 9, 2020 /

Mold spores are all around you — indoors, outdoors, in your carpet, on your plants — and may pose a severe threat to your health. If you work in an environment with an increased chance of mold exposure, like construction or natural disaster relief, you must wear protective equipment to keep you safe from inhaling mold. Best…

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How Is PPE Tested? Standards, Performance and Examinations

By sunline / December 9, 2020 /

Personal protective equipment (PPE) is gear individuals wear to protect themselves from illness or injury on the job. PPE includes objects such as masks, gloves, face shields and gowns, which create a barrier between the person wearing them and hazardous materials or infectious agents. Employees working in the health care, construction, food and drink, education…

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How to choose the right face mask for the job

How to Choose the Right Face Mask for the Job

By sunline / October 13, 2020 /

The type of personal protective equipment (PPE) your employees need can vary depending on the work they’re doing and the hazards they will face. Face masks and respirators cover people’s noses and mouths, reducing the airborne particles, vapors or gases they might inhale. Masks can also reduce the spread of particles a wearer exhales. Some…

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