10. Personal Protective Equipment

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10. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Hard hat 10. Personal Protective Equipment The employer shall provide each employee the appropriate personal protective equipment and clothing as needed to ensure that the job can be done in a safe way. This equipment must have a CE marking. When the employee is required to wear personal protective equipment (e.g. safety shoes), it is the employer’s responsibility to provide the necessary footwear without any extra charge. Work Clothes According to the Occupational Safety and Health Act employees should dress in a manner that does not present a safety risk. Take off watches and jewelry before beginning work where they could cause a safety hazard. Protect long hair to be sure your hair doesn’t get caught in equipment. A gas lighter in your pocket increases the risk of accident. It is recommended that you use matches instead. Both the company name and the worker’s own name should be visible on the outfit. Hearing protection Employee’s name Company name Safety goggles Flash light Protective gloves Overall Safety shoes 38


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