NFPA 1999-2003 Standard on Protective Clothing for Emergency Medical Operations.
3.3.16 Emergency Medical Footwear Cover. An item of emergency medical protective clothing designed and configured to be worn over standard footwear to provide barrier and physical protection to the wearers feet.
3.3.17’ Emergency Medical Garment An item of emergency medical protective dothing designed and configured as a single garment or an assembly of multiple garments to provide barrier protection to the wearer’s upper and lower torso, excluding the hands, face, and feet.
3.3.18 Emergency Medical Operations. Delivery of emergency patient care and transportation prior to arrival at a hospital or other heaLth care facility.
3.3.19 Emergency Medical Protective Clothing. Multiple items of protective clothing, including garments, examination gloves, work gloves, cleaning gloves, footwear and footwear covers, and face protection devices designed and configured to provide limited physical protection and barrier protection against blood and body fluid-borne pathogens contact with the wearers body during delivery of emergency patient care and other emergency medical functions. (See also Cleaning Glove, Emergency Medical Examination Glove, Emergency Medical
Face Protection Device, Emergency Medical Footwear, Emergency Medical Footwear Cover, Emergency Medical Garment, and Emergency Medical Work Glove.)
3.3.20 Emergency Medical Wod. Glove. An item of emergency medical protective clothing that is designed and configured to provide physical and barrier protection to the wearer’s hand and wTist. (See also Emergency Medical Examination Glove.)
3.3.21 Emergency Patient Care. The provision of treatment to patients, including first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation. basic life support, advanced life support, and other medical procedures that occur prior to arrival at a hospital or other health care facility.
3.3.22 Examination Glove. An abbreviated term for emergency medical examination glove. (See definition for Emergency Medical Examination Glove.)
3.3.23 Face Protection Device. An abbreviated term for emergency medical face protection device. (See definition for Emergency Medical Face Protection Device.)
3.3,24 Follow-Up ProT1. The sampling, inspections, tests. or other measures conducted by the certification organization on a periodic basis to determine the continued compliance of labeled and listed products that are being produced by the manufacturer to the requirements of this standard.
3.3.25 Footwear. An abbreviated term for emergency medical footwear (See definition for Emergency Medical Footwear.)NFPA 1999 pdf download.