Yes, I worked in a biomedical lab with biological agents. We wore protective mask, gloves, splash guards and eyewear as well as protective lab coats.
Two of them:
One was a job weatherproofing windows...in other words, scraping nasty gray gunk off a window.
The other was working as a nurse aide...wiping brown gunk off of gray behinds...
Both required latex gloves. The weatherproofing job also required an apron.
Hard hat. Jobsite stuff.
Yes, when I worked in the palliative care wing of the hospital. A lot of the patients were terminally ill with very weak immune systems, and some were in such a vulnerable state that I needed to wear protective shoes, gloves, mask and plastic suit over my clothing just to enter the room to give them medication.
Firefighter,extrication tech(cutting folks from wrecked vehicles) All on a volunteer department with on site state approved training.
Mostly these guys are all related.Very small town,small county,but get the job done.
Yes. Chemical engineer.
Yep, when I owned a piercing studio.
Yes, doing dissection on necrotic human remains in my final year at Uni and while working on asbestos removal during a summer job I had to help get me through Uni.
banana flavored condoms....
Yes i was a welder for a boiler maker factory. Had to wear a lead apron and the gloves, shielded visor....the whole 9 yards. It was hot as h-e-l-l but I never complained come pay day.
No that was the inspector's job...I just welded and moved on to the next part that needed welded.
lol...I never got yelled at so I think i did a pretty decent job!
Yep. I was a journalist for the local paper, and I had to don a few sturdy outfits in order to see what was going on.
Every single job without exception.