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Environmental Health & Safety

Personal Protective Equipment Program

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Revisions

12/23/1997:
Minor Wording Changes
7/29/1998:
Minor Wording Changes, JHA form updated
9/20/1999:
Prescription glasses updated
5/10/2000:
Job Hazard Assessment Section updated
General Requirements section- wording changed from "University" to "each department"
Changed Environmental Health & Safety to University Risk Management and Environmental Safety
Deleted respirator language under EH&S responsibilities
Added SMH Tb program to the respiratory protection section
6/17/2002:
Minor Wording Changes
References to Job Hazard Assessment changed
10/10/2002:
Changed University Risk Management and Environmental Safety to Environmental Health & Safety
4/1/2008:
Updated OSHA final rulemaking on "Employer Payment for Personal Protective Equipment"
Added link to Electrical Safety program for PPE for Electrical Safety
5/1/2009:
References to Job Hazard Assessment changed
2011:
Reviewed - no changes
11/7/2012:
Appendix B added
9/2017:
Revised and updated
6/2019:
Revised and updated



Table of Contents

  1. Scope
  2. General Requirements
  3. Responsibility
    1. Supervisor
    2. Department or Unit
    3. Environmental Health & Safety
    4. Employee
  4. Job Hazard Assessments
  5. PPE for the Hands (29 CFR 1910.138)
  6. PPE for the Feet (29 CFR 1910.136)
  7. PPE for the Head (29 CFR 1910.135)
  8. PPE for the Respiratory System (29 CFR 1910.134)
  9. PPE for the Face and Eyes (29 CFR 1910.133)
  10. PPE for Noisy Environments
  11. PPE for Electrical Work (29 CFR 1910.137)
  12. PPE Not Described Elsewhere in this Document
  13. Appendix A Job Hazard Assessment Form
  14. Appendix B Glove Selection Resources
  15. Appendix C References


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