Protective clothing offers protection against dangerous or unsafe situations that might cause causalities. Protective clothing has been popular among almost every critical workplace from commercial kitchens to construction sites. However, it became a buzzword during the COVID crisis, when a massive demand for PPE kits have been generated from the healthcare and the related industries. Other than the awareness for PPE kits post COVID, factors such as rising awareness to prevent industrial accidents and fatalities at the workplace and Industry players’ innovations and to enhance these Protective Clothing for chemical, cold, mechanical, ballistic, and fire resistance are anticipated to have a positive effect on market growth.
According to a market report published by Bizwit Research & Consulting, LLP, Global Protective Clothing Market valued at approximately USD 8288.3 Million in 2019 is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 7.1% over the forecast period 2020-2027.
In 2017, there were 5,147 occupational deaths in the United States, There were 887 deaths as a result of accidental falls, the largest number in the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries. According to International Labour organization estimates, every year over 2.3 million women and men die at work as a result of a workplace accident or illness. About 350,000 people die as a result of tragic injuries, and almost 2 million people die as a result of fatal work-related diseases. Furthermore, over 313 million employees are involved in non-fatal workplace incidents that result in permanent injury and time away from employment.
The above statistics are just a regular number causing deaths of nearly 6400 people every day due to work-related injuries. However, the pandemic has even worsened the situation with a significant rise in the number of deaths of health workers. According to a report by Amnesty International, it has been reported that worldwide, approximately 17,000 health workers have lost their lives over the past year. The majority of deaths were caused by unsafe working conditions and lack of PPE kits especially in the initial phase. The condition is still not improved in many regions. Hence the demand for Protective clothing has upsurge during COVID giving a boost to the market.
Global Protective Clothing Market Size study, by Material Type ( Aramid & Blends, polyolefin & Blends, Polyamide, PBI, Cotton Fibers, Laminated Polyester, UHMW PE,), Application (Thermal, Visibility, Mechanical, Chemical, Biological/Radiation,), Industry (Construction, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Firefighting & Law Enforcement, Healthcare/Medical, Mining,), and Regional Forecasts 2019-2027
The Global Protective Equipment Market report by Bizwit Research & Consulting, LLP, segments the market by material type, application and end-use industry. The total market revenue is calculated on the basis of revenue generated through the sales of Protective Clothing products included in them, however, any revenue generated through the sales of protective equipment such as headgear, googles are excluded from the report. Also, any revenue generated from the resale of the products is excluded from the report. Major companies covered under the report include 3M company, Teijin Limited, Honeywell International Inc., Kimberly Clark Corp, W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc, Ansell Limited, Royal Tencate NV, Sioen Industries NV, Lakeland Industries Inc and regional players across various countries are also considered for revenue calculation.
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