Innovative Developments in the Protective Fabrics Industry

Given the strong backup of a supportive regulatory framework, the industrial protective fabrics market is anticipated to progress at an unprecedented pace in the coming years. The increasing cases of industrial and chemical accidents occurring yearly have encouraged governments to enforce strict safety regulations to protect employees in hazardous working environments. One regulation is the use of industrial protective fabrics in personal protective equipment (PPE).

Industrial spaces are infamous for work-related injuries and fatalities. A recent report by the International Labor Organization cited that nearly 2.3 million people die at work annually from an occupational disease or injury. Out of these, approximately 2 million deaths are due to fatal work-related diseases and about 350,000 deaths are due to fatal accidents.

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Sara Mathov is a feature editor contributing to Fugitive Emissions Journal, Stainless steel World Americas, and other related print & online media.