There are many acceptable ways to put on PPE gear. Follow your facility’s procedures when available. Below is one example from the CDC of how to put on PPE gear:
Identify and gather the proper PPE, making sure the gown size is correct.Use hand sanitizer or wash your hands.Put on the isolation gown, tying of its ties.Put on a NIOSH-approved N95 or higher filtering face piece respirator or a face mask if a respirator is not available. Fit the nose piece to the nose using both hands. Extend the face covering under your chin, making sure that your mouth and nose are protected. Never wear the face covering under your chin or store it in your pocket between uses.For respirators and face masks with straps, place the top strap on the crown of the head and the bottom strap at the base of the neck. Check the respirator’s seal and fit each time you put it on.For face masks with loops, loop them around your ears.Put on goggles or a clear face shield, making sure it doesn’t interfere with the fit or seal of the respirator.Put on disposable gloves, making sure the gloves cover the gown’s cuff.