Progreen is advising their customers that protective equipment should be checked as fit for purpose first and then routinely checked to make sure items such as coveralls and nitrile gloves show no signs of rips, tears or scuffs that can expose the end user to products such as herbicides.
The company’s many groundscare maintenance customers are carrying out daily inspections and so it has produced g a handy Routine Operator Checklist for PPE Equipment guide - which can be downloaded from Progreen website blog or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If in doubt Progreen is happy to advise on what you or your employees should use.
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