Pigalog 2017 Page 213 Personal Safety

WPL922 WPL911 WPL909 WPL718 Level B Wear Level B equipment when you know the contaminants and their concentration. You still need the highest level of respiratory protection, but there is less concern for skin protection. See pages 214-215 Level C Wear Level C equipment when the contaminant and its concentration present minimal skin hazard and when the concentration of the contaminant permits the use of air-purifying respirators for protection. See page 215 Level D Wear Level D equipment when there is no potential for splashes, immersion or unexpected inhalation of contaminants. Provides minimum protection with no respiratory protection. See pages 215-216 Level A Wear Level A equipment when the contaminant is unknown or its strength and concentration require a high level of protection; when responders could come in contact with contaminant; or when it has been identified as hazardous. See page 214 Choose the appropriate suit level for your application. SUIT UP FOR SAFETY Size matters. Respond to hazards in a suit that fits. This chart is a guide for garment selection, but a proper fit varies with individual body shape and underclothing. Always test for proper fit before use. Garment performance depends on selecting appropriate size. Sizes S-3XL are stock items (4XL is available through custom order). When deciding which size suit to order, consider whether workers will be wearing bulky clothing under their suits. If they are, order suits one or two sizes larger than the sizing shown above. Not sure which suit level you need? Call our Tech Team at 1-800-HOT-HOGS! "This product is lightweight and made of quality material, doesn't rip or tear like others I have purchased. The price is excellent compared to others and it was delivered in a timely manner. New Pig is an excellent company to do business with. Keep up the good work." - Chris M. WPL126 Customer "Doesn't rip or tear..." Personal Safety & PPE Universal Protective Suits 213 Phone: 1-800-HOT-HOGS (468-4647) Fax: 1-800-621-PIGS (621-7447) Web: newpig.com Train workers on best practices for incidental spills with our award-winning PIG Spill Response Tactics Training. See TRN100 and DVD100 on page 251.

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