Of household items, raincoats and capes made of rubberized or coated vinyl chloride film are most suitable for protecting the skin. Such clothing protects against contact with skin of radioactive substances, drop-but-liquid accidentally chemically hazardous and toxic combat chemicals. Winter clothes can also provide protection: coats made of rough cloth or drap, padded jackets, sheepskin coats, leather coats. After appropriate training, other types of outerwear can provide protection: tracksuits, jackets (especially leather), trousers.
To protect your feet, it is best to use rubber boots, bots and galoshes.
You can also use shoes made of leather and leather substitutes, but it is better to complete with rubber galoshes.
To protect your hands, you can use leather gloves and mittens.
The cut of ordinary clothes, as a rule, does not provide for its complete sealing. Therefore, in order to isolate a person from the environment, it is necessary to thoroughly seal clothing. Clothing should be fastened with all buttons, hooks, buttons. The collar must be raised, and over it, tie the neck with a scarf or scarf. Tie the sleeves around the wrists with ribbons. Pants to release on top of boots or a bot and tie down at the bottom. The bottom of the jacket or jacket must be tucked into pants.
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