Health Care garments are defined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as follows:
'Personal protective clothing will be considered appropriate only if it does not permit blood and other infectious materials to pass through to reach a employee's work clothes, street clothes, undergarment, skin, eyes, mouth or other mucous membranes under the normal conditions of use and for the duration of time the protective equipment will be used.'
According to this definition, there are two basic requirements for a health care or a protective garment: It should prevent infectious materials from passing through the skin and it should last long enough.
Protective apparel in the medical field should be affordable, breathable, comfortable, dependable, and effective.
We specialize in the following products:
- Bed linen
- Patient Gowns
- Lab - Coats
Our products have the following features:
- Wovens as well as Non-Wovens
- Resist Odors
- Repels Dangerous Fluids
- Stylish, Comfortable and Durable
- Cost Effective
- EPA Registered Active Ingredient