Personal Protective Equipment Your Final Defense
Your PPE, which is specifically chosen for your job and your situation, acts as a final defense against the dangers at your workplace. You may not always be able to avoid these hazards, so you should know the right PPE to use to help prevent any serious injury.
When it comes to PPE, both employees and employers have responsibilities. The employers must furnish the correct equipment and tell you of the hazards of your job, and the employees must use the PPE provided. If either of these do not happen, the risk of potentially serious injuries drastically increases. The injuries may even be permanent. Therefore, the right PPE used in the proper way is so necessary. Utilize the information presented in the training video and understand the unique hazards your job may possess, as well as the correct PPE to use. Your workplace will be that much safer because of it.
- Employer Responsibilities
- Employee Responsibilities
- Eye Protection
- Head Protection
- Foot Protection
- Hand Protection
- Skin Protection
CalOSHA Title 8, Section 3380 et. al.
Who Should Attend:
Anyone Who Should Wear PPE For Their Work