In accordance with the provisions of the Labour Code in force, the employer is obliged to provide employees with personal protective equipment. Their purpose is to protect against harmful and dangerous factors in the environment. They should be used in places where such risks cannot be avoided. In addition, the employer should equip employees with
The use of medical clothing and personal protective equipment by healthcare workers is one of the basic tools for preventing the spread of infections. Aprons, sweatshirts, as well as other elements of health care workers’ clothing allow to protect doctors, nurses and medical technicians from the risks resulting from the nature of their work. In
Works carried out in the autumn-winter season are associated with the exposure of people to unfavourable weather conditions. Low temperature, strong, cold wind or precipitation have an impact on comfort, safety and productivity. That is why it is extremely important to choose the right protective clothing to ensure both safety and optimal thermal comfort.