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  • Reusing Protective Clothing Against Droplet Infections - Conceivable or Utopian?
    A new study shows how reusable, water-repellent cleanroom coveralls could be used as medical protective clothing
  • Hospital Discovers Cure for Chronically Dirty Cooling Towers (.pdf)
    . It would take two. men eight hours to shovel out and power wash a single cell. Each time the cleaning crew would have to wear face masks and protective. clothing to prevent any exposure to Legionella.
  • Infrared (IR) Window Installations into Medium Voltage Switchgear
    adding to the extent of the injury sustained from the arc alone. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), "Standard for Electrical Safety Requirements for Employee Workplaces" now requires employees to wear flame resistant (FR) protective clothing wherever there is possible exposure
  • Connect/Disconnect Instructions for Silent Chain
    : * Shut off power to the equipment and lock out the power switches before installing chains. * Always wear safety glasses to protect your eyes. * Wear protective clothing, gloves, and safety shoes as appropriate. * Support the chain to prevent uncontrolled movement of the chain or parts. * Restrain
  • Containment Technologies Group
    , formulation and process development work with NCEs has performed in open laboratories with scientists wearing personal protective clothing and respirators to guard against skin contamination and inhalation exposure during dusty processing operations. However, this dependence on personal protective
  • A Tough Order to Fill
    through external doors, and do not require operators to wear protective cleanroom clothing. When Vetter opened a new facility last October, it included new RABS on the filling lines, with an increased capacity of 400 million units per year. As some
  • Methods of Inspection to Determine the Presence of Potential Arc Flash Incidents
    workers. In some instances, arc flash is caused by human error, such as dropping a tool in an energized area or people working too closely to energized conductors without appropriate clothing and equipment. However, many times arc flash conditions are due to equipment failure causing a phase-to-ground

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