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Personal protective clothing and equipment, are commonly worn to minimize exposure to hazards that cause serious workplace injuries and illnesses. These injuries and illnesses may result from contact with chemical, radiological, physical, electrical, mechanical, or other work.

Usually, personal protective clothing has short dates to be expired and loses its ability to protect. (it could be changed from product to other).

A PPE such as a coverall suit offers the highest level of protection against sudden accidents or leak gas in chemical labs, which could cause skin exposures and poisonous or interfere with the eyes and nose.

PPE used in Healthcare such as gloves, protect the hands, gowns protect the skin, masks and respirators protect the mouth and nose, goggles protect the eyes, and face shields protect the entire face.

PPE is classified into categories: Head, face including eye, and moth protection, hand protection, body protection, nose respiratory protection, and hearing protection. Each category includes its own corresponding safety equipment.