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PPE

- Personal Protective Equipment

The company has the responsibility to identify what personal protective equipment will best protect workers from hazards and risks.

Head protection is designed to protect you from broken bones and lacerations to your legs.

Eye protection gear ranges from safety glasses, goggles to full face shields.

Welding operations create light and radiation hazards that can damage the skin.

If ear plugs are not inserted properly they offer little or no hearing protection.

If noise in your work area reaches ____ decibels or above, hearing protection is required.

The metal mesh glove will not protect you from ______.

_______ shoes provides puncture protection against sharp hazards such as nails or scrap metal.

You should inspect personal protective equipment ______.

All personal protective equipment should be worn _______ % of the time, especially safety glasses.


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