The ears and surrounding tissue can be severely damaged unless covered by protective apparel with a hood.
Without an extended collar in place, the neck area is susceptible to chemical exposure.
The wrists, forearms, and backs of hands can suffer chemical burns unless integrated/overlapping gloves are worn in conjunction with a protective suit.
Without chemical boots, a chemical suit, and integrated protective socks in place, the ankles and feet are vulnerable to chemical contact.
32 MILLION WORKERS ARE EXPOSED TO HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
(>20% of the U.S. workforce) according to OSHA
3 MILLION NONFATAL INJURIES IN 2012
More than 1/2 of these cases involved days away from work, job transfer or restriction of duties.