Covering the legs and the abdomen, these electrical-protection overalls are one-piece garments that are usually worn over a shirt and include shoulder straps to hold them up. They allow greater freedom of movement for the arms and upper body, but less coverage than coveralls. They also accommodate a jacket or coat without excess bulk that can restrict movement. 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.