Protective Barriers - Gloves and Shields

In the unlikely event of having to rescue someone, it would be prudent to have some barrier protection.

Safety barriers come in many forms but the most common barriers include latex gloves, pocket masks, face shields, and mouth shields.

Protection from Diseases

It is important that rescuers and patients are protected from disease transmission, and so a safety barrier helps to remove the fear that may interrupt an effective rescue.

Barriers Tip - There is a small key-ring available that contains two protective latex gloves.

It's a very handy way of carrying a safety barrier, and this item is a FREE gift to any student taking the PADI Rescue Course with Private Scuba Dive School (while stocks last).

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