In connection with our article about Christmas risks, we would like to advise you on how to survive in health New Year celebrations. New Year's Eve celebrations offer a variety of threats. Most of them may be familiar to you, but it is not a matter of remembering them all the time. We aim to protect human health, so we would like to draw attention to the most common risks in this way. We would also like to wish you all the best in the new year and a minimum of accidents in the workplace and not only there. We believe that we will continue to be a capable and reliable partner in this mission.
We are approaching the end of the year, so we decided to write two articles in a lightweight spirit, which should help you "survive" at the end of the year without any harm. What is better to avoid during Christmas celebrations to minimize the risk of any injuries? You can find the answer to this question in this article. In the second article, we will focus on the New Year's festivity.
Christmas is already knocking on the door, so we would like to introduce you some tips for Christmas gifts. Although many of you know us as a manufacturer and distributor of personal protective equipment, be aware that our product portfolio is much more diverse. It may surprise you, but in our offer, you can also find a range of leisure clothing that is suitable for both men and women. To relieve you of the Christmas stress, we have chosen the ideal Christmas gifts for almost everyone.
Choosing the right working clothes for the cold winter months is an essential part of the work preparation. Winter workwear and shoes represent a wide range of clothes and accessories that will keep you warm. Make sure you are well equipped for harsh working conditions. You can choose from a wide range of products. Winter workwear and shoes are made of the highest quality materials suitable for long-term wear.
Whether you work in the assembly site, agriculture, laboratory or any other potentially hazardous environment, you should protect your respiratory system. Most often, dust but also toxic substances represent an invisible and creeping enemy. The employer is obliged to provide protective equipment to defend the respiratory system of his employees if conditions so require. However, practice is sometimes different. Insufficient professional training and absence of respiratory protection are often sad reality.