Workers wear protective garments, shoes, gloves, head cover and respirator before going at work sites, United States.
United States USA Date:1980 Duration:4 min 26 sec Sound:Yes
Use of proper protective garments at asbestos work sites in the United States. Industrial hygienist explains about protection garments, which is worn before going to asbestos work site. Workers prepare for the work site. They wear protective garments in clean change room. Worker wears light weight rubber boots. Cotton gloves and rubber gloves over them are worn for protecting hands. For protecting head, hood must fit properly. They seal their wrist, ankle and neck to tighten the gears. Protective suit including body cover and shoes cover are worn. Protective clothing arranged in rake. Industrial hygienist shows respirator gears and helmets. Respirator gear are used by workers. Safety glasses are used for protecting eyes.
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