This course covers types of personal protective equipment (PPE), when personal protective equipment is necessary, and the selection, use, and maintenance of personal protective equipment in the workplace.
Whether it's eye protection, gloves, steel-toed boots, earplugs, hard hats, respirators or coveralls, according to OSHA, all PPE should be of safe design and construction, and it should be kept in a clean and reliable condition. It should fit well and be comfortable to wear, to keep from discouraging people about wearing it. Employers are also responsible to provide training for every worker who is required to use PPE. Online courses have been developed to cover all the regulatory requirements around personal protective equipment...make sure your business is safe from the risk of OSHA fines and insurance claims by doing the right thing, and including our PPE course in your company workplace safety library.
29 CFR 1910.95 Occupational Noise Exposure Standard and 29 CFR: parts 1910.132 through 1910.138
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