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Module 1 - Personal Protective Equipment

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Personal Protective Equipment


This module explains the different types of personal protective equipment (PPE) as required by OSHA standards.

Upon the completion of this module, you will understand how to:

1. Define hazard assessment.
2. Identify basic hazards on the work site.
3. Identify other potential hazards on the work site.
4. Explain the need for eye and face protection at the work site.
5. Identify appropriate eye and face protection for different types of hazards.
6. Identify the different categories of respirators.
7. Explain how the different respirators can be used effectively.
8. Describe the different classes of head protection.
9. Describe the different types of hearing protection available.
10. Describe the different gloves available as hand protection.
11. Explain the types of footwear appropriate for different work conditions.
12. Describe the different types of hazards for which you would need protective clothing.
13. Describe the appropriate use of fall protection.

Topic 1: Hazard Assessment

* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* Potential Hazards on the Job Site
* Check-Point Question: Classification of Hazards
* Walk-Through Survey: Potential Hazards
* Walk-Through Survey: Additional Checks
* Check-Point Question: Hazards Associated with Different Locations on Jobsite
* Topic Summary

Topic 2: Eye and Face Protection

* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* The Need for Eye and Face Protection
* Eye and Face PPE for Different Hazards
* Protection Against Radiant Energy
* The Three "Rights" of PPE
* Check-Point Question: The PPE
* Topic Summary

Topic 3: Respiratory Protection

* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* Categories of Respirators
* Supplied-Air Respirators
* Effective Use of Respirators
* Check-Point Question: Conditions in which Supplied-Air respirators are Used
* Check-Point Question: Features of Different Respirators
* Topic Summary

Topic 4: Head and Hearing Protection

* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* The Need for a Hard Hat
* Industrial Class Hard Hats
* Hard Hat Maintenance
* Check-Point Question: Types of Hats
* Decibel Levels and Hearing Loss
* Types of Hearing Protection
* Noise Reduction Ratings
* Check-Point Question: Calculating Noise Reduction Ratings
* Check-Point Question: Features of Hearing Protection
* Topic Summary

Topic 5: Hand and Foot Protection

* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* Various Types of Hand Protection
* Types of Foot Protection
* Check-Point Question: Glove Types and Usability
* Topic Summary

Topic 6: Protective Clothing and Fall Protection

* Topic Introduction and Objectives
* Protective Clothing for Potential Hazards
* When is Fall Protection Required?
* Personal Fall Protection
* Check-Point Question: Features of Fall Protection
* Topic Summary
* Assessment

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