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Personal & Protective Equipment.pptx

  1. 1. PERSONAL & PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT "Civil Engineering" 1
  2. 2. "Civil Engineering" 2 LATE G. N. SAPKAL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, ANJNERI HILLS, TRABKESHWAR NASHIK Subject – Industrial Health and Safety Équipements Group Activity Topic- Personal & Protective Equipment. Presented By, Mayur Pravin Bhaskar Roll no: 14 Div: A PRN No:72171966L Seat No: TE19076014
  3. 3. PURPOSE  To reduce employee exposure to hazards when engineering controls and administrative controls are not feasible or effective to reduce these risks to acceptable levels.  To reduce employee exposure to hazards when engineering controls and administrative controls are not feasible or effective to reduce these risks to acceptable levels. "Civil Engineering" 3
  4. 4. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS  Employers are required to examine the workplace for hazards that may require the use of personal protective Equipment & to provide you with the appropriate Equipment.  And you have a responsibility too. You must be Sure that: • You are trained in using the PPE. • The PPE fits you properly. • You use your PPE correctly. "Civil Engineering" 4
  5. 5. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS  Employers are required to examine the workplace for hazards that may require the use of personal protective Equipment & to provide you with the appropriate Equipment.  And you have a responsibility too. You must be Sure that: • You are trained in using the PPE. • The PPE fits you properly. • You use your PPE correctly. "Civil Engineering" 5 Eye & face protection
  6. 6. EYE & FACE PROTECTION  Eye and face protection includes safety glasses, goggles, face shields designed to protect you from hazards such as:  Impact  Heat  Chemicals  Dust  Optical radiation "Civil Engineering" 6
  7. 7. EYE & FACE PROTECTION  Safety glasses and goggles can protect your eyes from impact hazards such as:  Particles  Flying Objects  Flying fragments  Sand & dirt "Civil Engineering" 7
  8. 8. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS  Employers are required to examine the workplace for hazards that may require the use of personal protective Equipment & to provide you with the appropriate Equipment.  And you have a responsibility too. You must be Sure that: • You are trained in using the PPE. • The PPE fits you properly. • You use your PPE correctly. "Civil Engineering" 8 EYE protection
  9. 9. EYE PROTECTION  Eye protection is protective gear for the eyes, and sometimes face, designed to reduce the risk of injury.  Examples of risks requiring eye protection can include:  light or radiation  wind blast  heatFlying fragments  impact from particles "Civil Engineering" 9
  10. 10. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS  Employers are required to examine the workplace for hazards that may require the use of personal protective Equipment & to provide you with the appropriate Equipment.  And you have a responsibility too. You must be Sure that: • You are trained in using the PPE. • The PPE fits you properly. • You use your PPE correctly. "Civil Engineering" 10 HEAD protection
  11. 11. HEAD PROTECTION  Hard hats have a rigid shell and a suspension system to deflect and absorb the shock of a blow to the head.  They may also be made from a material that provides various levels of protection from electricity. "Civil Engineering" 11
  12. 12. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS  Employers are required to examine the workplace for hazards that may require the use of personal protective Equipment & to provide you with the appropriate Equipment.  And you have a responsibility too. You must be Sure that: • You are trained in using the PPE. • The PPE fits you properly. • You use your PPE correctly. "Civil Engineering" 12 FOOT protection
  13. 13. FOOT PROTECTION  Before you begin work you should: "Civil Engineering" 13 • Ensure the type of footware is appropriate for the job. • Select footware that fits. • Avoid leather footware when working with acids, caustics, and other chemicals. • Inspect footware regularly and replace when required.
  14. 14. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS  Employers are required to examine the workplace for hazards that may require the use of personal protective Equipment & to provide you with the appropriate Equipment.  And you have a responsibility too. You must be Sure that: • You are trained in using the PPE. • The PPE fits you properly. • You use your PPE correctly. "Civil Engineering" 14 HAND protection
  15. 15. HAND PROTECTION  Before you begin working your gloves you should: "Civil Engineering" 15 • Ensure the gloves you will use are designed to protect you from the from the hazards you may encounter. • Inspect your gloves. • Be certain the gloves fit properly to your hands.
  16. 16. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS  Employers are required to examine the workplace for hazards that may require the use of personal protective Equipment & to provide you with the appropriate Equipment.  And you have a responsibility too. You must be Sure that: • You are trained in using the PPE. • The PPE fits you properly. • You use your PPE correctly. "Civil Engineering" 16 HEARING protection
  17. 17. HEARING PROTECTION  Hearing protection is an essential part of preventing hearing loss.  There are four basic types of hearing protection: earplugs, muffs, inserts, and plugs.  Earplugs fit inside your ear canal to block sound waves from entering the innermost parts of your ear. "Civil Engineering" 17
  18. 18. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS  Employers are required to examine the workplace for hazards that may require the use of personal protective Equipment & to provide you with the appropriate Equipment.  And you have a responsibility too. You must be Sure that: • You are trained in using the PPE. • The PPE fits you properly. • You use your PPE correctly. "Civil Engineering" 18 RESPIRATORY protection
  19. 19. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION  Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) is a particular type of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).  Used to protect the individual wearer against the inhalation of hazardous substances in the workplace air. "Civil Engineering" 19
  20. 20. TYPES OF RESPIRATORS  APR – Air purifying Respirator.  APR consists of a face piece worm over the mouth & nose with a filter element that filters ambient air before inhalation. "Civil Engineering" 20
  21. 21. FULL BODY PROTECTIION  When full body protection is needed, OSHA has certain requirements that must be met.  These requirements include: • Training. • Equipment Maintenance. • Fit testing. • Age Requirement. "Civil Engineering" 21
  22. 22. THANK YOU. "Civil Engineering" 22

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