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  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.PERSONAL PROTECTIVEEQUIPMENT (PPE)1910.132-138
  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.YOUR BRAIN• MOST IMPORTANT PIECE OF SAFETYEQUIPMENT.
  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.WHAT IS PPE• EQUIPMENT WORN WHICHPROTECTS A WORKER AGAINSTRISK TO THEIR HEALTH ORSAFETY• SAFETY HELMETS• GLOVES• EYE AND FACE PROTECTION• FOOTWEAR
  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.FACTORS TO CONSIDERWHEN CHOSING PPE• IS IT APPROPRIATE FOR THE RISKSINVOLVED?• DOES IT INCREASE THE LEVEL OFRISK?• CAN IT BE ADJUSTED TO FIT THEWEARER?• IF MORE THAN ONE PPE IS BEINGWORN, ARE THEY COMPATIBLE?
  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.EYE & FACE PROTECTION• PROTECTION FROM:• ACIDS OR CAUSTIC LIQUIDS• LIQUID CHEMICALS• MOLTED METALS• CHEMICAL GASES• INFECTIOUS MATERIALS• TYPE OF PROTECTION:• SAFETY GLASSES• GOGGLES• FACE SHIELDS
  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.HEAD AND NECKPROTECTION• PROTECTION FROM:• IMPACT FROM FALLING OBJECTS• RISK OF HEAD BUMPING• HAIR ENTANGLEMENT• TYPES OF PROTECTION:• HELMETS• BUMP CAPS• HATS• HAIR NETS
  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.BREATHING PROTECTION• PROTECTION FROM:• DUST• VAPOR• GAS• OXYGEN DEFICIENT ATMOSPHERES• TYPES OF PROTECTION• HALF/FULL FACE RESPIRATORS• DISPOSABLE FILTERING FACE PIECE
  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.FOOT PROTECTION• PROTECTION FROM:• FALLING OR ROLLING OBJECTS• OBJECTS PIERCING THE SOLE• FEET ARE EXPOSED TO ELECTRICALHAZARDS• CHEMICAL HAZARDS• TYPES OF PROTECTION:• SAFETY SHOES AND BOOTS• CHEMICAL RESISTANT BOOTS & SHOES
  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.HOW TO PROPERLY PUT ON,REMOVE, ADJUST & WEAR PPE• PROPER FIT PROVIDES GREATESTPROTECTION• EYE PROTECTION MUST BE PROPERLY SEALEDTO THE FACE• GLOVES SHOULDN’T BE TOO TIGHT OR TOOLOOSE• EYE PROTECTION AND PRESCRIPTION LENSESSHALL NOT INTERFERE WITH ONE ANOTHER.• GLOVES MUST BE REMOVED IN SUCH AMANNER AS TO PREVENT SKINCONTAMINATION.
  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.LIMITATIONS OF PPE• MAY NOT PROVIDE PROTECTIONFOR EVERY HAZARD• GLOVES FOR ACIDS MAY NOT PROVIDEPROTECTION FOR SOLVENTS• GOGGLES OR SAFETY GLASSES WILL NOTPROTECT FACE FROM CHEMICAL SPLASH• SAFETY SHOES FOR CUT HAZARDS MAYNOT PROTECT FROM CHEMICAL HAZARD• IMPROPER FIT• LOOSE GLOVE CAN GET CAUGHT INMACHINERY• TIGHT GLOVES CAN BREAK OR SPLIT
  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.LIMITATIONS OF PPECONTINUE• PROPER ADJUSTMENTS• RELY ON OPERATORS TO USE THE PPEAND WEAR IT CORRECTLY• ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL• WORN PPE• PPE THAT IS DIRTY OR WORN WILLCOMPROMISE PROTECTION
  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.CARE, MAINTENANCE,USEFUL LIFE & DISPOSAL• CARE• PPE MUST BE STORED IN A CLEAN DRYPLACE• STORED SO THAT IT IS NOT DAMAGED• STORED SO THAT IT IS NOT SHARED• KEEP PPE CLEAN AT ALL TIMES• MAINTENANCE• PPE SHOULD BE CHANGED WHEN:– DAMAGED, BROKEN, SCRATCHED, CUT, SPLIT,OR ANY SIGNS THAT THE INTEGRITY ISCOMPROMISED.
  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.USEFUL LIFE ANDDISPOSAL OF PPE• DISPOSAL OF PPE• ALWAYS THROW AWAY USED PPE• DO NOT REUSE OLD PPE OR PPE FROMSOMEONE ELSE• IF PPE IS QUESTIONABLE, ALWAYSREPLACE IT WITH A NEW PPE• PPE MUST BE PUT AWAY WHENNOT IN USE. DO NOT LEAVE THEMOUT!
  • Paychex Safety and Loss Control Dept.QUESTIONS