PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT

We have you covered!

Having confidence in your protective clothing is now more important than ever. We stock millions of masks, shoe covers, medical gowns, and a variety of PPE every day.  We also offer reduced prices for hospitals, healthcare providers/facilities, governments and first responders.

TRENDING PRODUCTS

TESTING

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Molecular Test

(Nasal / Mouth Swab)

Must send to Lab

$15

Minimum Order 1,000

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Rapid Test

(Blood Test)

No Lab Required

 

$35

Minimum Order 1,000

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EUA

Approved

Rapid Test

(Blood Test)

No Lab Required

 

$95

Minimum Order 1,000

PPE

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3 Ply

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Nitrile Gloves

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Digital Thermal Thermometers

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KN95

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N95

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Shoe Guards

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Level 2 Gowns

Level 3 Gowns

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Nano Technology Surface Protector

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Disposable or Rapid Change Privacy Curtains

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2oz Hand Sanitizer

4oz or 8oz Hand Sanitizer

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1 Gallon Hand Sanitizer

Prices Change Daily.  Please contact our representatives for current price list.

What are your responsibilities as an employer?

If you are an employer covered by the Occupational Safety’s Health Administration (OSHA) Act of 1970, you must provide your employees with jobs and a place of employment free from recognized hazards that are causing, or are likely to cause, death or serious physical harm. Among other actions, you must also comply with the OSHA statutory requirements, standards, and regulations that, in part, require you to do the following:

  • Provide well-maintained tools and equipment, including appropriate personal protective equipment

  • Provide medical examinations

  • Provide training required by OSHA standards

  • Report to OSHA within 8 hours accidents that result in fatalities

  • Report to OSHA within 8 hours accidents that result in the hospitalization of three or more employees

  • Keep records of work-related accidents, injuries, illnesses—and their causes—and post annual summaries for the required period of time.

  • Post prominently the OSHA poster (OSHA 3165) informing employees of their rights and responsibilities

  • Provide employees access to their medical and exposure records

  • Do not discriminate against employees who exercise their rights under the OSHA Act

  • Post OSHA citations and abatement verification notices at or near the worksite

  • Abate cited violations within the prescribed period

  • Respond to survey requests for data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, OSHA, or a designee of either agency