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This led to the development of protective clothing using various fabrics.
The global chemical protective clothing market has been segmented based on region, namely, Europe, North America, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East & Africa, and Latin America.
Chemical protective clothing comes under Category III and is divided into six tightness levels (Table III).
Throughout his employment no protective clothing had been made available.
Six firefighters, in protective clothing and wearing breathing apparatus, worked throughout the afternoon to decontaminate the site and transfer the weed killer into an alternative container.
They have now increased their product range to incorporate weatherproof protective clothing, heat resistant clothing, a full range of work wear clothing, clothing for road side assistance, antistatic garments for the petroleum and oil industry, clothing for retail outlets, gloves, hard hats, and a full range of safety boots for all staff working in logistics, warehousing, transport, food industries, and all hostile environments.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said its officers at the scene were wearing protective clothing as a "precautionary measure".
It was developed by an industrial working group with the input of companies from both the food and protective clothing sectors, to provide guidance that is both workable and effective.
Papers from a January 2004 symposium deal with topics related to the performance of protective clothing for government and industrial workers, first responders, and civilians.
So, it's a good idea to wear protective clothing, such as gloves, apron, goggles or safety glasses.
Other potential areas of application are for work clothing, protective clothing for motorcyclists and cyclists, and all kinds of protective coverings.