Personal Protective Equipment
Hearing Protection in the Workplace

Although permanent or temporary hearing loss can develop rapidly, it can also develop so gradually that one is unaware it is happening. Sustained noise levels can also cause increased blood pressure and levels of stress

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Eye Protection in the Workplace

Eye injuries may result in eye infections, retinal or corneal burns, diminished eyesight or blindness

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Head protection in the workplace

Head injuries are serious and may result in headaches, concussion, brain damage and even death. Hard hats and helmets for specialized activities are designed to minimize head injuries

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PPE noise protection

I once wrote about your obligations under the Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Regulations (NIHL) in the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) in my article

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PPE selection guide

Purchasing the incorrect or poor quality Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) will result in your company facing heavy penalties or even imprisonment.

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PPE general regulations

The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) contains 50 sections and 20 sets of regulations. The different regulations specify the specific requirements you must adhere to. This includes requirements about Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

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