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Why should you wear a dust mask?

Why should you wear a dust mask?

Why should I wear a dust mask? Do I really need a dust mask? These are some of the most frequently asked question when it comes to dust masks and respirators and their use.  The main purpose of a dust mask is to protect the wearer and prevent illness, more specifically preventing the development of respiratory illnesses. These types of problems can reduce the quality of life as well as its length.  Dust masks are most often used at work in hazardous environments where there is the risk of inhaling dangerous substances which can cause coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath...

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FIRST AID FOR CUTS AND SCRAPES

FIRST AID FOR CUTS AND SCRAPES

If you cook, play, walk and spend time outdoors you know that minor cuts and scrapes are part of a normal life. Especially when you have children, be prepared to care for wounded fingers, elbows, hands, legs or knees.  Our first aid experts have gathered the best guidelines which will help you tackle small hazards like a professional. Be aware that you should get immediate medical attention if the wound is deep, it has something embedded in it or if it won’t stop bleeding. Our recommendation is to seek for professional help also if the wound is located on a...

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9 FIRST AID MISTAKES AND HOW TO AVOID THEM

9 FIRST AID MISTAKES AND HOW TO AVOID THEM

In emergency situations, everyone wants to help, but sometimes an unprofessional may actually harm or endanger the life of an injured person. Almost all of us remember some basic elements regarding first aid rules in emergency situations. But we should ask ourselves whether our knowledge is correct or rather fragmented so much that it has lost its usefulness.  A number of widespread and dangerous mistakes that many people have made from their great desire to help the others can be identified. Furthermore, there are situations we confront with on a daily basis, which are not classified as emergencies (cuts, scrapes,...

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