Personal Protection Equipment
Here is what you should wear:
Your shoes are very important and should be tough like hiking boots or steel toed boots, but most of all they need to have a thick sole to protect you from nails and metal.
Your pants should be long to protect your legs, but shorts are allowed.
Your shirt should be lightweight and made of cotton or a cotton blend. Avoid dark colors. Also, it is wise to bring a change of shirts due to possibility of getting wet.
You should wear socks to protect against blisters and athlete's feet.
A wide brim hat can reduce sweat from getting in your eyes.
Heavy gloves to protect your hands.
Here are some additional things that can help the day go smoother:
Personal sunglasses (no glass lenses)
Towel to dry yourself
Small cooler for drinks and or snacks
What we provide:
Generic safety glasses
Gloves (Size limited)
Chaps for use of chainsaw
Masks to protect from concrete and brick dust
Band-aids and first aid kits.