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Personal Protective Equipment Academy

Hard hat

Provides protection from impact and penetration caused by objects hitting the head, and from limited electrical shock or burns.
Provides protection from minor bumps, bruises and lacerations in work settings where hard hat protection is not required

Bump Cap

Hard Hat Shell

1. Class E (Electrical) -tested at 20,000 volts
2. Class G (General) -tested at 2,200 volts
3. Class C (Conductive) -no protection from electrical conductors
ANSI Z89.1-1997 Standard
Two (2) Types:
1.Type I - provides protection for the top of the head
2. Type II-provides some degree of top and off-center protection

Hard Hat Shell (Two Types)

Eye & Face Protection prevents from: Eye & Face Hazards

IMPACT - flying objects or particles enter the eye
HEAT - exposure to hot sparks, splashes of molten metal
CHEMICAL - splashes or irritating mists
Types of Eye & Face Protection
Intended to shield the wearer’s eyes from a variety of hazards.


Intended to fit the face immediately surrounding the eyes. Aside from impact/flying particles, it also protects the worker from liquid droplets, gases & vapors.
Face shield is used when the entire face area needs protection. Worn over goggles for extra protection.


Air Purifying Respirator

When used properly, dust mask traps & prevent the inhalation of particulates in the air.
When you inhale, air is pulled through the dust mask & dust is captured on the outside of the mask.
The first and most important step is to determine what material composition or compound is required to handle the specific chemical.
Use a chemical resistant chart to know the suitability of various glove compounds, such as nitrile, PVC, neoprene, etc, for over 160 pure chemicals.

Glove Compound

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