Healthcare workers use faceshields to protect themselves from bodily fluids. Our Sentinel and numerous faceshields are designed for high-impact industrial use but have been demanded by healthcare workers and also manufacturing and distribution workers to protect those who need to work in close proximity to one another and want to provide protection from errant cough and sneeze fluids. In addition to healthcare workers, lab technicians, drive through testing workers, admissions workers, paramedics and EMT all use face protection.
Powered air-purifying respirators are most commonly used by paramedics, firefighters, emergency responders and hospitals – doctors and nurses – and public health agencies.
SARs are for stationary workers; drive-through testing, lab technicians and admissions workers.