The threat of emerging infectious diseases including Covid-19, Ebola hemorrhagic fever, pandemic influenza, avian influenza, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and SARS has highlighted the need for effective personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect healthcare workers (HCWs), patients, and visitors. PPE is a critical component in the hierarchy of controls used to protect HCWs from infectious hazards.
HCW PPE may include gowns, respirators, face masks, gloves, eye protection, face shields, and head and shoe coverings. Important research has been conducted in certain areas, such as respirators and protective masks, but studies in other areas, particularly gowns, are scarce.
A gown is a personal protective garment intended to be worn by health care personnel during surgical procedures to protect both the patient and health care personnel from the transfer of microorganisms, body fluids, and particulate matter. Prevent from skin to skin contact which caused disease.
An apron is a protective piece of clothing made from fabric (or other materials) The apron should cover the front of the body up to the neck and down to the knees.
Gowns are designed to protect torso of healthcare providers from exposure to virus.How RSJ support you?
We at RSJ provide most cost-effective inspection services that enable government agencies procure “Quality” personal protective wear from our coverage countries in Asia by,
-Verifying Product for Right Quality
-Facilitating on Time Deliveries
-Deploying competent Personnel and
-Ensuring Quick Response to Any Inspection Related Issue.