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Why are there so many chemical suits on the market?
Will one suit work for all hazmat responses?
Why are some suits lightweight, while others are heavy?
Why are there different types of respirators and which one is best for our employees?
Code 3 Training can help you with this! Picking the correct PPE is a science and should not be taken lightly. Is an APR all I need for response? When will I need more than an APR? What does OSHA say about my employees wearing an APR? OSHA regulations can be complex and must be adhered to as your employees respond. A thorough understanding of your PPE will keep you safe.
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