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Personal protective equipment is in the headlines as the nation responds to the coronavirus outbreak, but PPE covers more than medical masks and gloves. A range of PPE is available to workers in the medical field, construction, and other industries to protect against safety hazards that include sharp materials, falling objects, chemical spills, low visibility and workplace noise.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who?

If you own a small business, we are here to serve you by providing PPE of the highest quality. 

What?

We are committed to providing PPE supplies that will help make the well-being of all possible and accessible.

Why?

The PPE market is here to stay and will be in demand into the foreseeable future. 

What does PPE stand for?

PPE stands for personal protective equipment.  PPE means any device or appliance designed to be worn or held by an individual for protection against one or more health and safety hazards. 

What regulations apply to PPE?

Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007 -- Part 2, Chapter 3 -- covers Use of Personal Protective Equipment at work. European Union (Personal Protective Equipment) Regulations 2018 provide that PPE may not be placed on the market or brought into service unless it complies with basic health and safety requirements. It is deemed to be in conformity with the Regulations if it bears the CE mark.
What about PPE worn in leisure activities e.g sports helmets, arm bands etc?

PPE used for recreational purposes is under the remit of the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission.

What types of activities and sectors may require PPE?

Schedule 2 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007 lists the type of activities and sectors that may require PPE.  This is a non exhaustive list and provides a guide only.

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