Safety Features of Protective Equipment for Work in the Presence of High Temperatures and Methods for Testing their Efficiency
Risk is implicit in every kind of human activity and the probability of its occurrence and the gravity of the consequences depend on the type of activity involved.
KeywordsPersonal Protective Equipment Protective Clothing Safety Feature Personal Protection Accident Prevention
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