The health and safety commission give the following as guidance on how protective clothing should be taken care of in the workplace. These lockers enable employers to comply with these guidelines. Constructed from steel with blue doors, the lockers are identified with PPE labels removing any confusion between these and personal effects lockers.

PPE Lockers UK

Protective clothing should be kept in the accommodation provided when not in use. It should not be left in the workroom. Personal clothing, which is not being worn, such as an overcoat, should be kept in the separate accommodation to prevent it from being contaminated.

  • Fitted with standard mastered cam locks with 2,000 differs. Single tier lockers fitted with top shelf and coat hook.

  • Two tier lockers fitted with coat hook in each compartment.

  • Strengthened doors with rubber buffers.

  • Supplied with P.P.E labels for identification.

  • Powder coated with Germ Guard Active Technology paint with dark blue doors.

  • Reaction to Fire Classification EN 13501-1.

 

PPE personal effects lockers

PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Cupboards

Our Personal Protective Equipment Cupboards enable the safe and separate storage of protective equipment and clothing in the workplace.

  • “No snag” handles with 2-point locking.

  • All steel structure with strengthened doors.

  • Adjustable powder coated shelves.

  • P.P.E. Clothing cupboard comes with adjustable hanging garment rail.

  • Supplied with P.P.E labels for identification.

  • Powder coated dark blue Germ Guard Active Technology anti-bacterial paint.

  • Reaction to Fire Classification EN 13501-1

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