Personal protective equipment, or PPE, should always be considered your last line of defense. Safety glasses, protective gloves, a hard hat or other personal protective equipment will not eliminate your exposure to the hazards of your job. They can, however, help to minimize the risk of injury or illness if they are selected and used the right way.
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Personal Protective Equipment will educate users about current regulatory and industry information regarding illnesses, injuries and/or fatalities. By the end of this course users will be able to recognize the role of personal protective equipment in their workplace. Workers will be able to identify specific hazards that may require PPE for the job at hand.
Who Needs Personal Protective Equipment Training?
All workers, supervisors and managers in Canada in construction and general industry[/tab]
Types of work may require PPE as a defence against common hazards
- Impact hazards
- Heat hazards
- Dusts and Fibers
- Optical radiation
- Hazard Assessment
Hierarchy of Controls
- Engineering Controls
- Administrative and Work Practice Controls
- Personal Protective Equipment
Types of Personal Protective Equipment
- Head protection
- Eye and face protection
- Foot protection
- Hearing protection
- Hand protection
- Body protection
- Respiratory protection
Selecting and Using PPE
- When to use PPE
- Care, cleaning, and maintenance