1,000 Construction workers killed annually – 100,000 inured every year in the Construction Industry Personal Protective Equipment in Construction Environments is specifically designed to help employers in the construction industry meet OSHA requirements. It provides construction workers with the information they need to avoid injury on the job site by using appropriate PPE. Construction job sites are dangerous places. But government surveys show that most deaths and injury incidents could have been prevented if workers had been wearing proper personal protective equipment (PPE). This course looks at why personal protective equipment is so important and reminds employees of what is available.
Topics covered in this program: Overview of OSHA’s regulations involving PPE, personal fall protection, head, eye and face protection, respiratory protection, hand, foot and leg protection and more.