Background: Personal protective equipment is a tool used by a person in his work that is intended to protect himself from certain sources of danger both from work and the work environment and is useful in reducing or preventing disability. Objectives: This needs serious attention by examining nurses' compliance in using Personal Protective Equipment when providing nursing services to reduce the incidence of nosocomial infections and work disabilities. Methods: This research was conducted by descriptive method, sample selection with total sampling. The number of samples studied was 40 respondents. Data was collected from patients using the nurse's compliance questionnaire in usinghandscon personal protective equipment and masks as well as observing nurses' compliance in using handscon personal protective equipment and masks as well as the availability of supplies of personal protective equipment in the emergency room. Results: Nurse compliance research in using personal protective equipment in the emergency room is maximum of 85% and there are still 15% non- adherents and the supply of equipment for personal protective equipment in the emergency room is still limited, especially for personal protective equipment mask. Conclusion: Influenced by respondent's age, last education and length of work and availability of personal protective equipment.
It is expected that the parties pay attention to their employees in their compliance with personal protective equipment while working and facilitate the availability of personal protective equipment in each room, especially in emergency rooms that serve a large number of patients in a day.