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protective clothing

[prə′tek·tiv ′klōth·iŋ]
(nucleonics)
Special clothing worn by a radiation worker to prevent contamination of the body or personal clothing.
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Although always a competitive sector, legislation was passed in the country making it a legal requirement for employees to be provided with appropriate PPE, including protective clothing.
Rubber's resistance to degradation and flexibility make rubber-coated fabrics the material of choice for airbags and certain types of protective clothing. Growth in these applications will lead to considerable sales opportunities for manufacturers of rubber-coated fabrics.
Dr Khawaja said in order to reducing the risk of animal-to-human transmission people should wear gloves and other protective clothing while handling animals or their tissues in endemic areas, notably during slaughtering, butchering and culling procedures in slaughter houses or at home.
The latest that Birmingham GPs have been told to buy their own masks and protective clothing to deal with swine flu as they complained they were being "left in the dark" on howto tackle a potential pandemic.
Gains in the coated fabric market will also be helped by continued strength in the protective clothing and motor vehicle airbag segments.
A Fire Brigade's Union official today ruled out wearing more protective clothing, saying it would add to the heavy clothing and equipment already worn by crews.
The protective clothing market has been segmented into three broad classifications.
Minimize melting risks by developing safe practices, training personnel, modifying equipment and using protective clothing.
Kolkata, India, October 16, 2017 --(PR.com)-- TaraSafe the largest manufacturer of flame retardant protective clothing from India, exhibited at NSC Expo 2017, organised by National Safety Council, America's leading safety advocate for more than 100 years.

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