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A substantial percentage of all work-related injuries and deaths are due to people being hit in the eyes, head, face, hand, or foot by foreign objects, according to OSHA workplace incident statistics. One study found that, on average, more than 2,500 eye injuries occur at work daily.

PPE protects you, your coworkers, and your career by keeping you safe when dangerous conditions are present in the workplace. Protective equipment cannot be used as a replacement for proper safety procedures or controls. PPE must be combined with guards, engineering controls, and administrative controls to safeguard your safety and health from any dangers.

You will learn about OSHA requirements in this course. This covers PPE training, which includes information on what PPE to use, when to use it, how to correctly put it on, take it off, adjust it, and wear it, the limits of PPE, and how to properly take care of, maintain, and dispose of PPE.

Who Needs Personal Protective Equipment (General Industry)?

This course is intended for all employees exposed to hazards to the head, eyes, hands, and feet.

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