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PPE supplies amidst the Coronavirus pandemic

In the past, primarily hospitals and medical facilities had need for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). However, due to the Coronavirus pandemic the universal demand for PPE has increased rapidly. OSHA states that companies must assure workers from harm, which includes following reasonable precautions to protect workers from COVID-19. If your employees are not able to work remotely because their job is essential, it is your job to ensure that their health and safety is protected while on the clock.

The PPE needs of your corporation may differ significantly from those of a medical or healthcare facility, and it is the responsibility of each business to assess and determine the extent of those demands. It is recommended that each organization consider the latest health information provided by the CDC and OSHA to determine specific PPE required.


While face masks and surgical disposable masks administer only a small degree of protection against the Coronavirus, they play a critical role in preventing the spread of transmission between individuals.

N95 and KN95 masks lend more protection than cloth masks, however supply is inadequate and are currently only endorsed for use by medical professionals who require protection from airborne and fluid hazards.

Please call Black Box Safety for pricing and availability on N95 and KN95 face masks.

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Face Shields

The primary purpose and use of face shields are to provide eye protection and should not be used in replacement of a face mask. However, they may be used in place of a one when used for individuals who are hearing impaired or those who are interacting with someone who has partial or total hearing loss. The CDC informs that when used WITH a face mask, face shields offer additional protection from respiratory droplet transmission between individuals. Reusable face shields should be sanitized and disinfected between each use, and disposable face shields should be discarded following each use. 

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Hand Sanitizer

Important in reducing the spread of the Coronavirus, The CDC recommends applying a hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol content as sanitizers with subordinate alcohol content is not effective in neutralizing and eliminating germs. Hand sanitation services should also be implemented at all entry and exit ways and should additionally be installed in areas where employees and/or customers will be in contact with shared appliances.

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Isolation Gowns

Despite their allocation as low risk, isolation gowns are an important asset to medical care facilities. Medical grade isolation gowns serve as barrier against bodily fluids, blood and other infectious pathogens that pose a risk against the wearer and the patient.

  • Level 1 Isolation gowns should be used for low-exposure situations. These circumstances would include scenarios like basic care and medical units.
  • Level 2 Gowns provide protection against fluid perforations and should be used in low-risk situations such as labs and intensive care units.
  • Level 3 isolation gowns should be worn in situations where risk of pathogenic transfer is moderate. Level 3 isolation gowns are ideal for circumstances which call for sterile equipment and gowns. Level 3 gowns are also efficient in scenarios where blood splatters and soaking are possible.

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Sanitation Machines

UV sanitation machines are used to disinfect water, air and impermeable surfaces. Also known as ‘germicidal lamps,’ UVC sanitation machines can be used to disinfect surfaces, household objects and similar spaces. Due to the current outbreak of Coronavirus, corporations may be interested in purchasing a sanitation machine to combat the spread of germs within the workplace.

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Chemical Splash Safety Googles

Chemical splash safety goggles are used when working with or around hazardous material, airborne illnesses, and chemical liquids as they reduce the risk of virus-laden airborne droplets from entering the eyes. It is recommended that individuals living and/or working in environments with high risk of exposure use safety goggles to decrease the chances of contracting the virus.

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Sneeze Guards

Sneeze guards that are equipped with thick glass and/or plexiglass work to adequately to limit and prevent the spread of COVID-19 in highly populated and public areas. When used at a desk or countertop, sneezeguards limit the spread of airborne germs from reaching others within a close radius.

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In healthcare settings and in the workplace, Gloves can be used to prevent the spread of Coronavirus and aid in limiting the spread of illness on common surfaces. It is recommended by the CDC that gloves be considerable enough to fit on the hands securely without breakage or damage. Guidelines for the use of gloves in work and healthcare environments may be different than recommendations for those of the public.

*Due to high demand and limited supply of gloves, please call Black Box Safety for pricing and availability.

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Social Distancing communication Solutions. 

Social distancing strategies with Sensear Communication headsets can help to limit the spread of this virus. Sensear's SM1P Series headsets offer clear short range headset-to-headset communication, and the ability to pair to a radio, phone or tablet via Bluetooth®. (Intrinsic Safety models available.)

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