Pesticides and Personal Protective Equipment (PPP-38)

Purdue Extension Publication

Decisions about personal protective equipment (PPE) are challenging for pesticide users on farms and in gardens, pest control businesses, and greenhouses. This publication discusses the links between safety, attitude, and organizational philosophy; explains why PPE is necessary; offers general guidance on selecting PPE; and provides suggestions for care of PPE.

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