There are many varieties of protective clothing available for specific hazards. Examples of the body/skin protection include laboratory coats, coveralls, vests, jackets, aprons, surgical gowns and full body suits. Uniforms, caps, or other clothing worn solely to identify a person as an employee would not be considered PPE, Workwear includes functional clothing and accessories for a range of work environments. Chemical warmers are worn inside gloves and shoes to keep hands and feet warm in extreme cold. Cooling vests keep people cool in hot work temperatures. Electronically heated workwear has battery-powered heating elements that warm the torso when working in cold temperatures. General purpose work apparel includes jackets, coats, hats, and other garments for every day use. Medical scrubs provide attire that's well-suited to lab work and medical settings. Rainwear is made of waterproof material to keep workers dry in rain or washdown applications. Snakebite protective gaiters cover the lower leg and and ankle and resist puncture caused by snake bites.