Cotton gloves gently cover hands and help protect skin injuries and disorders.
Eye patches cover your eye, so they’re a great way to protect your eye after surgery or other procedures.
Facemasks and N95 respirators are examples of personal protective equipment that are used to protect the wearer from liquid and airborne particles contaminating the face.
Medical gloves are used more often during surgery and other sensitive procedures.
If you need protection from liquid splash, acid vapors, airborne dust and impact hazards, Safety Goggles are your best choice.
Gowns are examples of personal protective equipment used in health care settings.
Wear head covers to protect the hair and scalp from possible contamination when sprays or airborne exposure is anticipated.
A sharps container is used to dispose of sharp objects such as needles, syringes, and lancets.
As with most personal protective equipment (PPE), the type of item you use is first based on the potential hazard(s) you face during the work day.