List of protective equipment when handling substances requiring preparation for accidents D
Type 4 protective clothing for chemicals
Protection from hazardous liquids or aerosols
(Definition) Protective clothing that protects the wearer from liquids or aerosols
Even if the hood, gloves, boots, face shield, and respirator are connected, they must have the same protective performance.
Separate chemical protective gloves and boots are required
A mask that covers the entire face such as the eyes, nose, and mouth of the wearer
The respirator cartridge should be selected in consideration of handled substances.
It is desirable to select a respirator in consideration of the hazardousness of the material being handled or work situation.
Respirator cartridge for organic compounds
cyclohexane, dimethyl ether, and isobutane
Respirator cartridge for halogens
chlorine gas or steam
Respirator cartridge for hydrogen sulfide
Respirator cartridge for hydrogen cyanide
Respirator cartridge for sulfurous acid
Respirator cartridge for ammonia
espirator cartridge for composites or multiple substances. For a respirator cartridge with multiple uses, all colors of the target substances are indicated (in two layers), and for a respirator cartridge, all colors of the target substances in addition to the white color are indicated (two layers).
hydrogen sulfide gas
hydrogen cyanide gas
Chemical protective gloves
They protect the hands of the wearer from the risk of contact with organic solvents and acids/alkaline chemicals.
Gloves that combine water resistance and chemical resistance
Whether the certification for chemical protective equipment as shown in the figure has been obtained in accordance with the "Notification of Safety Certification for Protective Equipment" of the Ministry of Employment and Labor needs to be checked.
Whether they have the protective performance suitable for handled substances needs to be checked.
They need to be discarded immediately if any holes or tears are found before use.