Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
IP&S are distribution partners with one of the largest PPE providers in the UK. This partnership enables us to provide the most comprehensive range of PPE available to the market. We have PPE for all sectors, including health care, automotive, food hygiene, manufacturing and construction.
We have divided our PPE into specific brochures which provide full details of our head, ear, eye, foot, respiratory and hand protection. We also offer a comprehensive range of clothing and associated safety related sundries, including signage, first aid kits and even defibrillators.
IP&S can also arrange for your corporate logo to be placed on your PPE, enabling your workers to be easily identified by their hats, jackets etc. Please ask for details.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please drop us an email or give us a call. We will be happy to help.
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About Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Personal protective equipment (PPE) refers to clothing, helmets, goggles, or other gear designed to protect the wearer’s body from injury or infection. Examples of PPE include gloves, foot and eye protection, respirators (masks), and full body suits.
PPE is used in a variety of industries, including healthcare, construction, and manufacturing, to protect workers from potential hazards on the job.
It is important that PPE is selected, used, and maintained properly to ensure it provides the intended level of protection.
Safety equipment refers to devices or gear that are used to protect individuals from accidents, injuries, or other harm. The specific types of safety equipment used will depend on the activity or industry, but some common examples include:
- Hard hats: worn on construction sites and other industrial environments to protect the head from falling objects
- Gloves: worn to protect the hands from cuts, burns, or other injuries
- Eye protection: worn to protect the eyes from debris, chemicals, or other hazards
- Respirators: worn to filter out harmful particulates in the air
- Ear protection: worn to protect the ears from loud noise
- High visibility clothing: worn to increase visibility in low-light conditions
- Safety harnesses: worn to prevent falls from height
It’s important to ensure the equipment is appropriate for the specific task at hand and is maintained and used properly to ensure it provides the intended level of protection.