Appropriate Coverall Selection for Occupational Safety

Every year on April 28th, The World Day for Safety and Health at Work is celebrated to promote the prevention of work-related injuries. To manage occupational safety well, you can start by selecting appropriate coverall before entering the workplace. There are three important points prior to making a final decision.

 Identify your occupational risks.

If you need to shield yourself from a threat, find out if it is harmful particulates,  hazardous liquids, gas or vapor. You need to know your enemy before proceed to develop a strategy against it.

 Determine protection level needed.

Examine the physical states of the risks after they’ve been identified. Do you need antistatic to minimize particle adhesion if it is particulates? Alternatively, if it is a liquid, is it a saturated splash or a pressurized liquid jet?

Select both Product and Support Service.

Due to post epidemic era, PPE chaos is a challenge to overcome. Do look into Certifications, Technique Data Sheets, Comparison Charts or relevant technical support for a qualified coverall. Product and Support Service is equally important.

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Occupational Risks

50,000 liters of oil spill in the Gulf of Thailand.

Protection Level Needed

Against saturated oil and liquid splashes during the cleaning operation.

Selection of Coverall

Thailand government selected ULTITEC 3000T, the premium oil and saturated liquid splash resistant coverall, which is also CE certified with (EU) Regulation 2016/425.

ULTITEC always has tools and teams to assist when you are in doubt.  For detailed coverall selection, ULTITEC Selection App is here to make things easier. If you need more support services, contact us through