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Tyvek® Hooded Coverall for Boots

Protects people from products and products from people
  • Tyvek® hooded coveralls for boots, zip front and elasticated wrists/waist for complete protection
  • Tyvek® selective barrier technology is tough, durable, splash proof and water repellent
  • Each coverall is designed to have a face opening for respirator wearers, with stitched and overtaped seams for a tight durable seal
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Tyvek® Hooded Coverall for Boots

  • Pure high-density polyethylene does not contain fillers, binders or silicon so is free of inherent contaminants
  • Features face opening designed for respirator wearers and stitched and overtaped seams offer an equal barrier to the fabric
  • Features integrated socks to be used inside safety boots or shoes with flaps
  • Garment design offers greater freedom of movement
  • EN 14126 conformity means infective agents barrier against viruses
  • Tyvek® is tough, durable, splash proof and water repellent, good for protection against grease and grime
  • Use in maintenance jobs, including paint spraying and food processing
  • CE marked
  • Available in sizes M, L and XL
Clothing Size M, XL.



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Employers are required to conduct training for all employees who must use PPE. At the end of the training, these employees must know at least the following:

When is PPE necessary
What PPE is necessary
How to properly put on, take off, adjust, and wear the PPE, be it the goggles, industrial aprons, or safety shoes
What are the limitations of a PPE
How to properly care, maintain, and dispose of the PPE

Employers or supervisors should make sure that each trained worker demonstrates an understanding of the PPE training. They must also show that they can wear the PPE correctly and use it before being allowed to perform work requiring the use of the PPE. If the employee does not meet these standards, he or she should undergo training again. If there are changes in the workplace or in the type of required PPE, this also merits retraining. All the PPE training must be documented by the employer. A certification should be issued to each employee after training, and should include the name of the employee trained, the date of the training, and a clear description of the kind of training they received.

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