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PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE):

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)

WHAT IS PPE ?:

WHAT IS PPE ? Personal protective equipment (PPE) refers to helmets, goggles and safety shoes, hand gloves, harness and ear muffs.

EXAMPLE OF PPE:

EXAMPLE OF PPE Eye safety glasses, goggles Face face shields Head helmet Feet safety shoes Hands and arms gloves Bodies vests Hearing earplugs, earmuffs Body Part Protection

PPE:

PPE Head protection Eye and Face protection Hearing protection Arm and Hand protection Foot and Leg protection

TRAINING:

TRAINING Why it is necessary How it will protect What are its limitations When and how to wear How to identify signs of wear How to clean and disinfect What is its useful life & how is it disposed

HEAD PROTECTION:

HEAD PROTECTION

Why wear head protection?:

Why wear head protection? There is always a chance of something falling from a higher level while you're working on the construction site.

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8 Head Protection High density PE shell Mobile wheel spring adjustment suspension system

Head Protection:

HARD HATS PROTECT PEOPLE FROM: FALLING OBJECTS, PORTRUDING OBJECTS, DEBRIS, BAD WEATHER, HAZARDOUS SPILLS, & ELECTRICAL SHOCKS Head Protection

CORRECT PROCEDURE TO PUT ON THE HELMET :

CORRECT PROCEDURE TO PUT ON THE HELMET WRONG RIGHT

CAUTION:

CAUTION AVOID THIS USE THIS

EMPLOYEES SHOULD REMOVE HARD HATS IF: :

Cracking Tearing Fraying Loss of surface gloss Chalking Flaking (a sign of advanced deterioration) EMPLOYEES SHOULD REMOVE HARD HATS IF:

HARD HATS SAVE LIVES!:

HARD HATS SAVE LIVES!

Face Protection:

Face Protection Protection against dust, chemical splash, foreign particles

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EYE PROTECTION:

EYE PROTECTION

EYE PROTECTION:

EYE PROTECTION Wear goggles or face shield around: Flying chips or particles; Electrical sparks; Chemical gases or vapors; Harmful light; Dust 17

SAFETY GLASSES:

18 SAFETY GLASSES

Spectacles Protection from foreign body, dust:

Spectacles Protection from foreign body, dust

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Breathing Protection Respirators

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Breathing Protection Respirators

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22 Ear Protection M uffs & Plugs

Hand Protection Gloves & Arm Guards:

Hand Protection Gloves & Arm Guards Cut, heat, abrasion and puncture resistant

Hand Protection:

Hand Protection Never wear gloves around powered rotating equipment - drills, lathes, etc

Hand Protection:

Hand Protection Types of Hand PPE Gloves Metal mesh gloves resist sharp edges and prevent cuts Leather gloves shield your hands from rough surfaces Vinyl and neoprene gloves protect your hands against toxic chemicals Rubber gloves protect you when working around electricity

Hand Protection Gloves & Arm Guards:

Hand Protection Gloves & Arm Guards

Full Body Protection:

Full Body Protection 27 Complete protection against radiant heat, high ambient temperature and molten splash protection

Body Protection:

Body Protection Types of Body PPE Insulated Coats and Pants Fire resistant Heat resistant Cold resistant Sleeves and Aprons Work well when pouring or manipulating chemical to reduce splash Make sure the sleeves and aprons are appropriate for the chemical

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29 Flash & Fire Protective Garments

Reflective vest with high visibility reflective tape:

Reflective vest with high visibility reflective tape

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31 Protective Jackets Life jackets

Safety Belt & its use:

Safety Belt & its use

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FULL BODY HARNESS

Foot Protection:

Foot Protection “Safety shoes are necessary for protection against foot injuries ”

Foot Protection:

Safety shoes help to minimize the potential for foot injuries while working. Foot Protection

Foot Protection:

Foot Protection Potential Hazards include: Falling Objects Rolling Objects Sharp Materials at foot level Heavy debris/Objects Electrical Hazards Slipping

FOOT PROTECTION:

FOOT PROTECTION Wherever there is a potential hazard of slippage in work places nonslip foot wear must be worn.

PROTECTIVE FOOTWARE:

PROTECTIVE FOOTWARE Steel-toed footwear, preferably with metatarsal guards, is used to protect feet from crushing injuries caused by heavy objects

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39 Leg & Toe Protection Shoes & Leggings Steel toe cap with steel plate / oil / sleep resistance soul Low ankle High ankle

Specific Examples of Workplace Foot Injuries:

Specific Examples of Workplace Foot Injuries Injuries Crushed or broken feet, amputation of toes or feet Punctures of the sole of the foot Common Causes Feet trapped between objects or caught in a crack, falls of heavy objects, moving vehicles (lift trucks) Loose nails, sharp metal or glass objects

FOOT INJURIES:

FOOT INJURIES

SAFETY SIGNS:

SAFETY SIGNS

Improper Footwear:

Improper Footwear

Improper Footwear:

Improper Footwear

Proper Footwear:

Proper Footwear

CAUTION:

CAUTION AVOID THIS USE THIS

You can't get home, unless you're safe. :

You can't get home, unless you're safe.

THANK YOU:

THANK YOU

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