Having the proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is a must on any job site. The same goes for gatherings, where being socially distant is an impossible thing to do. However in these uncertain times the safety of our customers is the number one priority.
Although people in other industries will attempt to take risks, why should you?
We feature masks, gloves and hand sanitizer among other Personal Protective Equipment products. Rent A Throne carries multiple varieties of each. This includes the much sought after KN95 Mask With Breathable Valve. It is the top choice for those in construction. Have an issue with breathing? This mask can help as well!
In addition, we now have our Temperature Screening Kiosk for sale. It is a no-contact body infrared thermometer kiosk. Our temperature screening kiosk features face recognition and an IR thermal scanner mask detector. If someone is not wearing a mask, the kiosk will call them out! The most important thing is it reduces risk while improving employee safety. This is the gold standard of Personal Protective Equipment.
Times are tough. Companies and individuals are struggling to stay afloat. With this in mind, the safety of yourself and others should not be a sacrifice to save a few dollars. These Personal Protective Equipment products are an investment towards your employees’ health. Mental and physical.
Could you reuse certain Personal Protective Equipment if needed?
The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention say yes you can. However, there are many factors to put into play. If you have the capability to handle masks with clean hands, then it absolutely possible. Be sure that if you do touch your mask, wash with soap and water or with alcohol before handling. Try to avoid removing the mask around others if possible.
Some masks can last for weeks. It is depending on your usage and how often you are around others.
If you have any questions concerning Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) usage and/or safety, we are always just a phone call or e-mail away.
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