Many workplaces require workers to don personal protective equipment (PPE) to ensure they stay safe. In some situations, multiple kinds of PPE are required due to the fact that there is more than one hazard present—for example, on a construction site. It can be difficult to know what PPE specifically is necessary; this is when multi-hazard PPE labels come in handy.
These labels clear up any confusion by indicating exactly what type of equipment is needed. Whether a worker is entering a construction site and should have four kinds of PPE or they are handling chemicals and need both gloves and face protection, multi-hazard PPE labels help people protect themselves accordingly. Make sure the workers on your site know when PPE is required and what exactly they should be wearing with these labels.