With full-length sleeves and legs, these coveralls are one-piece garments that provide arc flash protection from shoulder to ankle. Some styles also incorporate a hood for additional coverage. They are usually worn over a full set of clothing, and have a closure in either the front or back. For optimal results, you should have proper training on choosing and using electrical-protection clothing and other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Your safety department should have established guidelines for PPE based on hazards specific to your workplace.