Eye and Face Protection
OSH Act Section 5 (a) (1), known as the General Duty Clause
1910.132 General Requirements (including 1910.132 (h)(1), employer payment for PPE changes that became effective May 15 2008.
1910.133 Eye and face protection.
Recognize the value of PPE for the eyes and face
Identify common workplace hazards regarding the eyes and face
Describe the common characteristics of PPE for the eyes and face
Identify common types of PPE for the eyes and face
Describe the proper fit for PPE for the eyes and face
Explain how to care for PPE for the eyes and face
List employee and employer responsibilities regarding PPE for the eyes and face
Of the approxomately 770 workers that suffer face injuries on a yearly basis don't wear the proper personal protective equiptment (PPE) for face protection.
Proper personal protective equiptment (PPE) is essential to any work enviroment for eye and face protection. The goal of this course is to show how to handle face and eye protection properly using personal protective equipment (PPE).
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