100509 – Protecting Yourself With PPE Fundamentals
Protecting Yourself With PPE Fundamentals introduces learners to the most common types of personal protective equipment (PPE) used to protect the wearer from workplace hazards.
This course covers when to use PPE and how to use it properly as protection against potential injury and illness. An overview is provided of the user’s responsibilities for properly maintaining PPE to ensure safe practices. Lastly, this course encourages learners to speak up about any unsafe PPE practices or safety concerns they suspect, witness, or learn about.
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Key Terms: bodily hazards | body protection | cleaning | exposure | eye protection | face protection | feet protection | foot protection | hand protection | hazards | head protection | hearing protection | illness | injuries | injury | inspections | labels | maintenance | non-retaliation | Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) | personal protective equipment (PPE) | protection | reporting | respiratory protection | signs | skin protection | steel toe boots | storage | storing | workplace safety