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Personal Protective Equipment

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  1. Personal Protective Equipment Lesson 5

  2. What personal protective equipment could have been used by the workers shown in the scenarios from lesson 4 to reduce the risk of injury? • Non-skid, low-heeled footwear • Eye and ear protection • Covering of exposed skin, protective clothing • Secure ladder • Respirator • Gloves • Mask • Wrist rest • Anti-glare screen • Safety device (guard), guide on saw

  3. Employers are responsible for supplying the required safety gear and clothing. • Young workers are responsible for supplying their own clothing to protect themselves from the natural elements, general purpose work gloves, safety foot wear, and safety head gear. • Young workers are responsible for wearing and using PPEs properly

  4. In Groups of 4 • Brainstorm with their other group members all the items of personal protective equipment that might be used on each job: • A. Dishwasher, forestry worker • B. Construction worker • C. Nurse, warehouse worker • D. Gardener, lab technician

  5. Identify the personal protective equipment indicated in the picture an describe why it is used.

  6. Safety glasses Gloves Safety footwear Apron Dust mask or respirator Hearing protection Hard hat Example of sharing the load

  7. ACCIDENTS DON’T HAVE TO HAPPEN. YOU HAVE A CHOICE.

  8. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT SERVES ONLY TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY! • IT DOES NOT ELIMINATE THE HAZARD!

  9. Research in 30 min • Choose a career (preferably one in which you are interested in). • List 5–10 possible workplace hazards associated with that career and the types of personal protective equipment that can be used to minimize the risks associated with those hazards. • What other strategies might be useful in minimizing the risk (e.g., communication strategies; cleaning and organization strategies). • Summarize your findings in a report to the class.