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Our PPE products
PPE or personal protective equipment is an integral part of preventing the spread of viruses and other illnesses. Our range of PPE supplies are available for both commercial and non-commercial use include:
Bulk orders are available on request and we also offer company branding options where applicable. All products are made to the highest quality and comply with health and safety standards.
Further information on PPE supplies at work
What are the benefits of PPE?
Personal protective equipment is one method of minimising the risks of spreading COVID-19, coronaviruses and other illnesses, and can both protect an individual from catching and passing them on. Reducing risk is vital for businesses to ensure workers stay safe, healthy and able to work effectively in their roles.
What PPE do your employees need?
The PPE that employees will be required to wear in the workplace will depend on a number of factors, including your industry and the level of risk involved in their work. For example, there is more guidance on PPE in the healthcare industry than for office based jobs.
When assessing risks and running workplace assessments, always follow the updated advice from the government to help keep everyone safe, and talk through decisions with employees.
How do you choose high quality PPE?
With many suppliers now entering the market, ensure you choose a trusted supplier – the best way is to discuss your requirements and get an understanding of what they can offer for your business. At Athena Cleaning Services we work with Made Up Ltd on COVID-19 protection services, combining our years of experience.
Do staff need training on PPE?
When new requirements are introduced in a workplace, it is important to train staff so that they are followed correctly. Doing this will further increase safety and staff confidence in feeling protected.
For information and resources on workplace health and safety guidelines, please visit the Gov website’s guidance for working safely, where best practise and requirements can be found.