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Coveralls ............................

Lab Coats ..............................................

Aprons .....................................

Sleeves ............................................

Hoods ...................................................

Shoe & Boot Covers ..............................

FR Coveralls ........................................

Chemical Protective Coveralls ...

Extreme Protective Suits ...............

Chemical Protective Gloves ................

Rainwear .......................................

Goggles ..............................................

ChemTape ..........................................

Footwear .......................................

Outerwear ..........................................

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Level A

Vapor protective suit (meets NFPA 1991).

Pressure-demand, full-facepiece SCBA.

Inner chemical-resistant gloves, chemical-resistant safety boots,

two-way radio communication.

OPTIONAL: Cooling system, outer gloves, hard hat.

Protection Provided

: Highest available level of respiratory, skin,

and eye protection from solid, liquid and gaseous chemicals.

Used When

: The chemical(s) have been identified and have a high

level of hazards to respiratory system, skin and eyes. Substances

are present with known or suspected skin toxicity or carcinogenicity.

Operations must be conducted in confined or poorly ventilated areas.

Limitations

: Protective clothing must resist permeation by the

chemical or mixtures present. Ensemble items must allow

integration without loss of performance.

Level B

Liquid splash-protective suit (meets NFPA 1992).

Pressure-demand, full-facepiece SCBA.

Inner chemical-resistant gloves, chemical-resistant safety boots,

two-way radio communications Hard hat.

OPTIONAL: Cooling system, outer gloves.

Protection Provided

: Provides same level of respiratory protection

as Level A, but less skin protection. Liquid splash protection, but no

protection against chemical vapors or gases.

Used When

: The chemical(s) have been identified but do not require

a high level of skin protection. Initial site surveys are required until

higher levels of hazards are identified. The primary hazards

associated with site entry are from liquid and not vapor contact.

Limitations

: Protective clothing items must resist penetration by

the chemicals or mixtures present. Ensemble items must allow

integration without loss of performance.

Level C

Support Function Protective Garment (meets NFPA 1993).

Full-facepiece, air-purifying, canister-equipped respirator.

Chemical resistant gloves and safety boots,

two-way communications system, hard hat.

OPTIONAL: Faceshield, escape SCBA.

Protection Provided

: The same level of skin protection as Level B, but

a lower level of respiratory protection. Liquid splash protection but no

protection to chemical vapors or gases.

Used When

: Contact with site chemical(s) will not affect the skin. Air

contaminants have been identified and concentrations measured. A

canister is available which can remove the contaminant. The site and

its hazards have been completely characterized.

Limitations

: Protective clothing items must resist penetration by the chem-

ical or mixtures present. Chemical airborne concentration must be less

than IDLH levels. The atmosphere must contain at least 19.5% oxygen.

Not Acceptable for Chemical Emergency Response

Level D

Coveralls, safety boots/shoes, safety glasses

or chemical splash goggles.

OPTIONAL: Gloves, escape SCBA, face-shield.

Protection Provided

: No respiratory protection,

minimal skin protection.

Used When

: The atmosphere contains no known hazard.

Work functions preclude splashes, immersion, potential for

inhalation, or direct contact with hazard chemicals.

Limitations

: This level should not be worn in the Hot Zone.

The atmosphere must contain at least 19.5% oxygen.

Not Acceptable for Chemical Emergency Response

EPA LEVELS OF PROTECTION

(Limited-Use Chemical Resistant Suit Options)

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1701 Niagara St.

Rochester

845 West Ave.

Mon-Fri 7am-5pm ET

Mon-Fri 7am-5pm ET

Sat 8am-12pm ET

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1721 Niagara Street, Buffalo, New York 14207

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