Personal Protective Equipment
Personal protective equipment (PPE) comes in a variety of forms and is designed to protect the head, eyes, face, hands, feet, ears, and respiratory system. It is important to select the proper protection for workplace hazards in order to prevent exposure, injuries, and illnesses. Workplace hazard assessments are required by the OSHA Personal Protective Equipment Standard. All members who utilize PPE should complete Personal Protective Equipment training.
Eye and Face Protection
OSHA Welding, Cutting, and Brazing
Miller Welding Safety and Health Guide
Ansell guide to glove chemical resistance
NIOSH Noise and Hearing Loss Prevention
Respiratory Protections Eyeglass Inserts