Personal Protective Equipment in Marine Transportation

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This market insight focuses on the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) in the marine transportation industry and also the related opportunities that this industry offers. The primary focus of this insight is on the marine freight and passenger segment, which constitute a major part of the marine transportation industry. Key infrastructural elements such as marine terminals have also been discussed from the point of view of hazards and related PPE usage.

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Table of Contents

Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary—Definitions and Scope of ResearchOverview of HazardsOverview of the Marine Transportation IndustryMarine Transportation Industry—IntroductionMarine Transportation Industry—SignificanceMarine Transportation Industry—Types of VesselsMarine Transportation Industry—Global Maritime Trade by Region LeadingCrude Oil and Natural Gas Export Routes— Maritime TradeLeadingIron ore and Coal Export Routes—Maritime TradeLeadingGlobalContainerTerminalLocationsAsia’s Key Contribution to Global Maritime TradeMaritime Trade by Economic Classification of Countries Employment Overview of the Marine Transportation IndustryMarine Transportation Industry—Typical Employment by Occupation TypeMarine Transportation OccupationsMarine Transportation Occupations (continued)Marine Transportation Occupations (continued)Marine Transportation Occupations (continued)Marine Transportation Occupations (continued)Workforce Characteristics Employment Overview by Key CountriesEmployment in Marine Transportation—United StatesEmployment in Marine Transportation—EuropeEmployment in Marine Transportation—China and AustraliaOccupational Health and Safety in the Marine Transportation IndustryPotential Hazards by Occupational HazardsPotential Hazards by Occupational Hazards (continued)Potential Hazards by Occupational Hazards (continued)Potential Hazards by Occupational Hazards (continued)Overview of Regulations and StandardsOverview of Regulations and StandardsOverview of Regulations and Standards (continued)Opportunities for PPE in Marine Transportation IndustryMarket DriversMarket Drivers (continued)Market RestraintsPotential Hazards by Body PartMarine Transportation Industry—Vessel-wise Instance of HazardsMarine Transportation Industry—Vessel-wise Instance of Hazards (continued)Marine Transportation Industry—Vessel-wise Usage Level by PPE TypeMarine Transportation Industry—Vessel-wise Usage Level by PPE Type (continued) PPE Usage in Different Vessels TypeThe Opportunity MatrixTypes of Personal Protective EquipmentPPE in Marine Transportation Industry—SegmentationSelection Criteria for PPEAbove the Neck Protection—OverviewAbove the Neck Protection—Overview (continued)Above the Neck Protection: Head Protection—OverviewAbove the Neck Protection: Eye & Face Protection—OverviewAbove the Neck Protection: Hearing Protection—OverviewAbove the Neck Protection—Summary Above the Neck Protection—Summary (continued) Respiratory Protection—OverviewRespiratory Protection—Overview (continued)Respiratory Protection—Overview (continued)Respiratory Protection—SummaryProtective Gloves—OverviewProtective Gloves—Overview (continued)Protective Gloves—Overview (continued)Protective Gloves—Summary Workwear and Protective Clothing—OverviewWorkwear and Protective Clothing—Overview (continued)Workwear and Protective Clothing—Overview (continued)Workwear and Protective Clothing—Summary Protective Footwear—OverviewProtective Footwear—Overview (continued)Protective Footwear—Overview (continued)Protective Footwear—Summary Fall Protection—OverviewFall Protection—Overview (continued)Fall Protection—Overview (continued)Fall Protection—SummaryGas Detectors—OverviewGas Detectors—Overview (continued)Gas Detectors—Overview (continued)Gas Detectors—SummaryCompetitive ScenarioCompetitive ScenarioCompany/Product MixTypical Distribution Channels Used in The Marine Transportation IndustryConclusionConclusionLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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