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July 13, 2011

Insect Shield repellant work wear for disease-prone areas

Many corporations within the oil and gas and mining, forestry and farming industries, in particular, operate in the outdoors where insect-borne disease is a risk to employee health. Insect Shield repellent work wear offers vital protection against a variety of insects that can cause dangerous diseases such as malaria, dengue fever or Lyme disease.

The Insect Shield program is being offered to oil and gas, mining, forestry and farming companies and their subcontractors in locations where insect-borne disease is endemic. Every day, thousands of these company’s employees are exposed to insects that can carry malaria, dengue fever, trypanosomiasis, filariasis, leishmaniasis, and other dangerous diseases. Insect Shield’s long-lasting clothing treatment—proven to last through 70 washings—is an excellent solution for employees living in harm’s way.

The Insect Shield Workplace Safety & Health online store makes protective clothing and gear items available to workers in at-risk locations across the globe. The Insect Shield assortment consists of work wear, professional apparel and accessories—including clothing that also offers sun protection, flame resistance and high visibility—as well as additional protective items such as mosquito nets for use at home.

http://www.insectshield.com/work

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