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The food and beverage industry had an estimated 57,975 excess injuries and illnesses when compared to non-food industries 1. Working with hazardous chemicals, cutting, loud machinery, airborne food particles, and unsecure walkways are some of the many hazards that food manufacturing employees face daily.

Without proper PPE, all of these hazards are potential injuries and even fatalities waiting to happen. With the right PPE, you can protect your workers from the daily on-the-job hazards they face and increase productivity and efficiency, all while having peace of mind that your team makes it home safely.

Watch our video to understand how our wide range of advanced PPE protects workers just like yours from hazards in the food and beverage industry.

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