Different types of masks can be used for different purposes. For example, if you are using a ‘dust mask’ to filter out airborne particles, it may be more appropriate to use one specifically designed as such than one made to protect against chemical agents.
Since the outbreak of Covid-19, Australian made face masks have become an essential item for many people in Australia. According to a recent survey, 60% of Australians have purchased at least one mask since the pandemic’s start. Of those who purchased, 82% said they remained safe with it. Regarding why Australians choose to buy them, the most popular reasons given were wanting to support local businesses (36%) and believing that these masks are of a higher quality (32%). These statistics show that Australians are increasingly turning to such choices when making their purchase decisions. With so many positive attributes associated with these products, it is easy to see why they are becoming more popular daily.
Masks do differ in terms of price and functionality, but there are some basic differences: whether they come with hoods/masks or not, whether there are different sizes for children or if the mask covers your nose and mouth together or only covers your nose. You can also find differences by looking at whether they have antibacterial properties and are washable/reusable/disposable.
They are a great option for people who want to quickly and easily use personal protective equipment (PPE). They can be thrown away when they no longer fit your face correctly.
They are cheap! You can buy them by the box or pack at most hardware stores, so there’s no need to worry about how much money is going into your purchase (although this may vary depending on where exactly you live).
They come with instructions on how long they should last before being thrown out or replaced by new ones.
They are a great option for those looking to save money on PPE, as they can be reused multiple times. They cost less, and they’re stronger.
The statistics for the usage of this type in Australia are quite staggering. In just one year, the number of Australians using them has quadrupled. Here are some statistics:
– In 2020, 4 million Australians were using reusable Australian made face masks.
– Most users are aged between 18 and 34.
– The most popular reasons for using them are to protect oneself from cold/flu (48%), followed by pollution (24%).
You can use them for different purposes and ways. For example, some are designed to cover your mouth only, while others can go over your nose and mouth. You may want the one that’s comfortable for you or suits your face type. Some are made of materials like latex and silicone. Other materials include vinyl or plastic; these tend not to cause adverse reactions!
Truck drivers and workers in other industries involved with raw sewage face potential exposure to contaminated materials. Your health and your loved ones could be affected by exposure to contact with contaminated materials. Exposure can occur through inhalation, ingestion or skin absorption of chemicals.
To protect yourself from contacting contaminants, wear protective equipment such as masks, long-sleeved shirts, chemical-resistant gloves, face protection devices (GHS) and PPE such as safety boots fitted with impermeable socks and gloves that fit snugly over the cuffs. If driving on public roads with standing water or running water from heavy rains, consider wearing rubber gloves under your PPE for added protection during transport between fill-ups.