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Winter Readiness Winter Readiness

Winter Readiness

Winter Readiness

A worker's personal protective equipment is critical to his or her safety when working outdoors, especially in extreme temperatures. In cold weather months, these features include additional insulation, cooler resistance, and other features that make PPE more comfortable. In order to protect oneself from frostbite in winter, one should wear waterproof safety gloves, durable steel-toed boots, and non-fogging safety glasses. Cold weather exposes workers to a variety of hazards, so it is imperative that employers upgrade their Personal Protective Equipment program as soon as possible.