PPE & HSE - Workplace Requirements
Head to toe PPE
Hard hats help provide protection from head impact, penetration injuries and electrical injuries. Ensure hard hats fit properly and are well maintained.
Single-use earplugs, pre-formed or molded and earmuffs can help prevent hearing damage, as well as reduce the physical and psychological stress of a noisy work environment.
Select the right gloves for the job to minimise injuries, such as cuts, lacerations, abrasions, chemical and thermal burns and preventharmful substances from absorbing into the skin.
Choose the proper clothing and gear for protection from heat, radiation, hazardous materials or wastes, scalding liquids, body fluids and more. Include fall protection equipment and high visibility clothing when needed.
Evaluate potential hazards and use spectacles, goggles, side shields, faceshields or special shields and helmets to help provide eye and face protection
Perform a hazard assessment and select the proper respirator to help protect against the effects or harmful dusts, gases, smokes, fumes, mists, fogs, sprays or vapors.
Wear high visibility clothing to be seen and safer in all conditions. Choose from waistcoats and t-shirts to lightweight jackets, overcoats and trousers.
Foot guards, safety shoes and leggings can help prevent injuries from sharp objects, falling or rolling objects, molten metals, electrical hazards, hot surfaces and slippery surfaces.