Face shield Isolation Mask (reusable after sterilized)/ 1pc
- Polyethylene terephthalate screen with European CE certification for COVID19, issued by German Notified Body.
- Partial certificate of the standard EN166:2001 for COVID19.
- Protection against liquid splashes. Lightweight, padded support, very ergonomic. Includes a screen protector.
Origin made: Philippines SKU: N6201A013
- Made with 0.30mm thick solid APET (amorphous polyethylene terephthalate) sheet with anti-fog coating on both sides.
- Lightweight and comfortable for extended wear.
- Helps protect eyes, nose, and mouth from dust, small particles, bodily fluids, liquid droplets, aerosols, and harmful chemical splashes.
- Scratch-resistant to offer a crisp, clear, and distortion-free view.
Why Combining Face Shields and Face Masks is the Better Solution for Worker ProtectionHealth officials and experts are increasingly advocating for the combined use of face masks with full safety face shields. Face shields offer far more protection to all areas of the face, greatly minimizing the risk of accidentally contaminating yourself by rubbing your eyes or adjusting your mask, which often happens unconsciously with extended mask wear. While wearing surgical-type face masks can protect others from your saliva, the lack of full coverage still leaves your face extremely vulnerable. Studies have shown that respiratory viruses not only enter the body through the nose and mouth but through the eyes as well. Safety face shields cover the entire face without actually coming into contact with the majority of the face. A comfortable foam headband positions the shield at a slight distance from the face, eliminating any uncomfortable or irritating contact and reducing the urge to touch your face.
Alert: 2019 Coronavirus Outbreak
The COVID-19 outbreak was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO)
The symptoms of the illness associated with this novel coronavirus are similar to those caused by influenza and other respiratory illnesses and include coughing, shortness of breath, fever, and difficulty breathing. In many countries, COVID-19 is considered to be a high-risk workplace hazard for healthcare workers in a variety of fields and specializations. The WHO and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have recommended airborne precautions for healthcare workers for certain interactions with patients with suspected or known cases of COVID-19.