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Clean versus sterile disposable clothing

Clean versus sterile disposable clothing

Whether working in healthcare, manufacturing, food and beverage, or a variety of other industries, protecting staff and products in a controlled environment is very important. It may seem like the terms clean and sterile are used interchangeably, but when it comes to disposable protective clothing...
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Keeping Protecting While Powder Coating

Keeping Protecting While Powder Coating

PPE for Powder Coating Powder Coating has been a popular metal coating for around 30 years and is critical for some manufacturers. It helps prevent corrosion and it gives the metal a pleasing appearance, aesthetically speaking. Most metals can be powder coated and if heated to high enough...
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Wear Disposable Protective Clothing To Possibly Stop The Spread of C diff Infections

Wear Disposable Protective Clothing To Possibly Stop The Spread of C diff Infections

Professionals working in long-care facilities come in contact with a high percentage of people taking antibiotics. At first blush, healthcare workers often do not necessarily perceive elderly patients as a potential health risk simply because they take needed medications. But continued antibiotic...
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PPE for Bed Bug Infestations

PPE for Bed Bug Infestations

Bed bugs are costly pests that can quickly turn your living environment upside down if they aren't addressed properly. Thankfully, we're going to explain everything you need to know about these pesky bugs and how you should address such a problem in the event they try to overrun your home.
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Are First Responders & Health Care Professionals Prepared for the Next

Are First Responders & Health Care Professionals Prepared for the Next "Disease X" Outbreak?

Consider that the plague or infamous “Black Death” raged for upwards of 200 years. It spread from China throughout Europe, killing approximately 100 million or roughly 60 percent of the population. Now ask yourself if first responders, hospitals, and health care providers are prepared with...
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