Safety Training

Partner Companies:

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part Two - Head Protection

Description: Workers involved in a wide range of occupations are exposed to a significant risk of death or injury from being struck by various objects in the workplace. OSHA statistics indicate that a significant portion of all work related injuries and fatalities involve workers being struck in the eyes, head, face, hand, and or feet by foreign objects. In the majority of these accidents Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) was either not being used or being used improperly. This course series will cover an array of PPE and how to decide which PPE you need to use at your workplace. This course focuses on PPE for the head.

Objectives: The hazards that typically cause head injuries When head protection should be worn How to select appropriate head protection for the hazards present in your work environment Inspecting and maintaining head protection

Duration: 17 min

Language: English, Spanish

Disclaimer:
Due to lower volume, OSCA affiliate locations will be charging higher base prices than what appears on the OSCA website. Please check directly with our affiliates for their current pricing.



Categories: Construction, Emergency Preparedness, Lab Safety, OSHA Essentials

<< Back

Featured Solutions

Occupational Safety
Computer Based Training
On site training classrooms

Meet their employment
Substance Abuse
Employee data management to track drug screening

Since 1998, we have
Custom Reporting
Unlimited choices for report display

Safety News

OSHA Safety Training
Get updated information and resources for the best practices and training that insure safety and security the work environment