Selecting The Right PPE for Your Industry

Personal protective equipment is a part of OSHA standards for general industry, maritime, and construction. Even in industries such as transportation where PPE is not explicitly required, it's often a best practice to protect drivers and dock workers from moving vehicles and traffic with high-visibility apparel. Your first step is to conduct a hazard assessment of your workplace, then select PPE that offers the right level of protection based on the severity of those hazards. It is recommended to select equipment that ensures a level of protection greater than the minimum required to protect employees. It is also important to use certified PPE when required by OSHA for eye and face protection, head protection, and foot protection.

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