Before wearing the Protective Clothing, you must do a thorough inspection. You cannot rely solely on personal experience, otherwise it may cause serious safety accidents.
1. The protection level and performance of the protective clothing are consistent with the performance required by the occasion.
2. Confirm the size of protective clothing. Before wearing, make sure that the size of the protective clothing is suitable for your own size. Too big or too small will cause inconvenience or accidental damage or tearing during work.
3. Check the overall integrity of the protective clothing. Such as whether the surface of the protective clothing is contaminated, whether there is cracking at the seam, etc. Remove sharp objects and remove unnecessary keys and pendants from the body to avoid damage to the protective clothing during work.
4. If it is A-level fully enclosed protective clothing, a professional air-tightness tester needs to be used for air-tightness testing on a regular basis, so that it can be used in an emergency.
1.The wearing of protective clothing must follow a certain order, so as to ensure that the protective clothing is worn correctly and quickly, to play the role of the protective clothing at work, and to lay the foundation for safe removal after use. 1. Unfold chemical protective work clothes;
2. Open the neck and chest of the Isolation Protective Clothing, stretch both legs into the trousers one after another, put on the top and fasten the belt.
3. After putting on the gas mask, check the airtightness of the gas mask at the first time, and after confirming that it is correct, tie up the protective suit and tie the neck strap;
4. Put on protective gloves, lower the outer sleeves and fasten them.
Isolation Protective Clothing
The principle of taking off medical protective clothing is to take off the protective clothing safely, without causing pollution to the human body and the environment. It should be noted here that the necessary cleaning and decontamination must be carried out before taking off the chemical protective clothing. The cleaning and decontamination of protective clothing is mainly to ensure that the operators will not be injured by the toxic and hazardous substances on the surface of the protective clothing or polluted by the environment while taking off the protective clothing safely. After washing and decontamination, taking off the chemical protective clothing also needs to follow certain procedures:
1. Untie each tie from bottom to top.
2. Take off the hood and pull the breasts to the shoulders. When taking off the gloves, retract your hands into the cuffs and grasp the inner sleeves, and take off the gloves and jacket with your hands behind your back.
3. Insert both hands into the waistband and turn outwards, take off the pants.
4. Remove the air breathing apparatus and take off the gas mask.
In the process of work, it should be noted that when Chemical Protective Clothing is continuously contaminated by chemical substances, it must be replaced within the specified protective time. If chemical protective clothing is damaged, it should be replaced immediately.
1. For air-tight protective clothing or non-air-tight protective clothing with good airtightness, since working in a relatively isolated space, it is recommended to follow the principle of two people walking together, that is, at least two people enter the work area together in preparation In the event of a situation, it can be rescued in time.
2. The chemical protective clothing fabric can provide effective protection for several hours, but if you wear an air respirator, the working time is determined by the working time of the air respirator. Pay attention to the effective use time of the air respirator and replace it in advance before the cylinder is used up. And when calculating effective working time, the time spent on walking and changing equipment should be considered.
3. Before taking off the protective gloves, try to avoid touching the outer surface of the protective clothing. After taking off the gloves, try to touch the inner surface of the protective clothing. After the protective clothing is taken off, the inner surface should face outward, and the outer surface and contaminants should be wrapped. Inside, prevent pollutants from contacting the human body and the environment. The protective equipment taken off should be treated in a centralized manner to avoid expanding pollution during this process.