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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

PPE comes in a variety of forms to protect the head, eyes, face, hands, feet, ears and respiratory system.  It is important to select the proper protection for the hazards to prevent exposures.  Workplace hazard assessments are required by OSHA Personal Protective Equipment Standard, 29 CFR 1910.132

All members who utilize PPE should complete Personal Protective Equipment training.

Gloves (chemical):

Head Protection:

Eye and Face Protection:

Hearing Protection:

Respiratory Protection:

Respiratory Protections Eyeglass Inserts:

Body:

Foot Protection: