From Manufacturing to Agriculture, Healthcare to Construction, RPE is used to prevent potentially harmful hazards in the air from getting into your lungs and negatively impacting your health.
Full Support supply over 90% of the UK Healthcare Market with RPE, so you can trust that you’re in safe hands.
ADEQUATE & SUITABLE
To be effective, RPE must be both adequate and suitable.
THE HSE defines these terms as:
Adequate – It is right for the hazard and reduces exposure to the level required to protect the wearer’s health.
Suitable – It is right for the wearer, task and environment, such that the wearer can work freely and without additional risks due to the RPE.
If tight-fitting RPE is selected, to ensure it is suitable, it must be face fit tested before use.
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RPE comes in a variety of different specifications to best suit the user's needs. Click through for more information on types, filters and fittings.EXPLORE
It is a legal requirement that all tight-fitting RPE be face fit tested before first use in the workplace, to ensure a good seal can be achieved.EXPLORE