Why do people wear clothes for protection?
Because they did not want to be nude, there were men there, even though they didnt mind, but they had to do what they had to do. SO YEAH I ROCK
Helmet (full-face), goggles, jersey, chest-protector, (some wear a hahns neck device an/or shoulder pads) motocross pants with knee & shin guards, motocross boots, and gloves.…
You should wear protective clothing because you could easily hurt yourself e.g: builders have to wear helmets to protect them from anything falling on them.
sayed thinks its too stop germs or potentially harmful substances from getting onto the skin. obviously if your touching messy things like excrement so it doesnt touch you. al…so maybe if you touch raw meat and dont wash your hands properly afterwoods then you handle other foods or put your fingers in your mouth or eyes this could cause infection or food poisining...maybe
Beekeepers wear protective clothing so they will not be stung. One or two stings is annoying and painful, but large numbers of stings can be fatal. When you are working around… entire hives of bees, large numbers of stings is what can happen if something goes wrong. ---- Just to add to the previous answer, I teach beekeeping, and I have heard the odd student say something like 'Oh, my bees are so calm I don't really need my bee-suit.' My response is that one must always wear protective clothing. You can go to the bees a number of times and they are perfectly calm. The next time you go to them and open the hive they would fly out on the attack, and you won't know why. Bees are wild animals and cannot be tamed, and you just can't take the risk.
This is done to protect Food from being contaminated. There are bacteria everywhere on our hands, our hairs etc.. protective clothing such as hair net, masks etc. are means to… prevent contamination of foods which is naturally present on us or in our body. This is strictly applicable in food industries whereby regulations and many norms hae to be followed.
when u are on a motorbike..
The absolute minimum should be a veil to protect your face and in particular your eyes, nose, ears and mouth. If you are thinking of taking up beekeeping, then I would advise …that you get an all-in-one protective suit which will not only give you (nearly) complete protection from stings but will also give you confidence that you won't be stung. You will also need a pair of gauntlet type gloves. However, if you are serious about beekeeping, you would be well advised to contact your local beekeepers before buying ANY equipment.
To protect yourself aswell as others from any bodily injuries that may happen in said sport activity.
Most people who don't wear protective clothing do it because they think it will make them look cool if they don't wear it.
to keep your self safe
The personal protection equipment (PPE) worn by firefighters varies according to the conditions and the types of fires. Wildfire PPE is very different from structure fire PPE …or aircraft fire PPE. Equipment details vary worldwide. Typical structure fire PPE under USA standards comprises the following . helmet with face shield or eye shields and ear/neck flaps . fire-resistant hood covering head and neck . air mask with breathing apparatus, when necessary . fire-resistant jacket and pants with insulated liner and steam barrier . approved fire-resistant gloves . leather, rubber or synthetic boots with hard toe and steel shank protection Under some circumstances, part of the insulated gear may be substituted for non-insulated jacket and pants, such as when working on a rescue or HAZMAT incident not involving risk of exposure to fire. . additional protection for HAZMAT (e.g., complete encapsulation suit) . special gloves and boots for the conditions
To avoid sting from the bees...
Why is it important for people to wear protective clothing or use sunscreen when they are outdoors in bright sunlight?
The sun's harmful UV rays can cause photoaging and even skin cancer. Use of sunscreens and protective clothing can keep your skin younger and healthier.
Hat, apron, suitable work shoes.
T he most obvious answer that springs to mind is probably protection. Indeed, clothing does provide protection for the human body, from warming us in the winter to protecting… our skin from burning in the summer. Shoes protect our feet from stones, leggings deflect briars, and scarves can help us breathe in a sandstorm. It is not surprising, then, to find that the environment in which we live makes a difference as to the kinds of clothes we wear. People in cold climates, like Eskimos, may wear clothes made of heavy and very warm fur. In wet climates, clothing may be made with water-repellant materials. In hot and humid climates, light-weight and breathable fabrics may be used-or people may wear almost no clothing at all. Protection for our bodies also explains much about special-purpose clothing, such as work gloves, face masks, and steel-toed boots. Protection :)
It is very important to prevent direct exposure to the sunlight,and you'd better buy the one with long sleeves.