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personal protective equipment for residential construction susan b harwood grant training program

Personal Protective EquipmentFor Residential ConstructionSusan B. Harwood Grant Training Program

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

disclaimer usage notes
Disclaimer/Usage Notes
  • Photos shown in this presentation may depict situations that are not in compliance with applicable OSHA requirements.
  • It is not the intent of the content developers to provide compliance-based training in this presentation, the intent is more to address hazard awareness in the residential construction industry, and to recognize the overlapping hazards present in many construction workplaces.
  • It should NOT be assumed that the suggestions, comments, or recommendations contained herein constitute a thorough review of the applicable standards, nor should discussion of “issues” or “concerns” be construed as a prioritization of hazards or possible controls. Where opinions (“best practices”) have been expressed, it is important to remember that safety issues in general and construction jobsites specifically will require a great deal of site- or hazard-specificity – a “one size fits all” approach is not recommended, nor will it likely be very effective.

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Disclaimer/Usage Notes
  • No representation is made as to the thoroughness of the presentation, nor to the exact methods of remediation to be taken. It is understood that site conditions vary constantly, and that the developers of this content cannot be held responsible for safety problems they did not address or could not anticipate, nor those which have been discussed herein or during physical presentation. It is the responsibility of the employer, its subcontractors, and its employees to comply with all pertinent rules and regulations in the jurisdiction in which they work. Copies of all OSHA regulations are available from your local OSHA office, and many pertinent regulations and supporting documents have been provided with this presentation in electronic or printed format. This presentation is intended to discuss Federal Regulations only - your individual State requirements may be more stringent.
  • It is assumed that individuals using this presentation or content to augment their training programs will be “qualified” to do so, and that said presenters will be otherwise prepared to answer questions, solve problems, and discuss issues with their audiences.

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Disclaimer/Usage Notes
  • As a presenter, you should be prepared to discuss all of the potential issues/concerns, or problems inherent in those photos

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

why ppe
Why PPE?
  • Employee loses eye in nail gun accident
  • Toes crushed by Jumping Jack tamper

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

who requires use of ppe
Who Requires Use of PPE?
  • OSHA requires employers to make employees wear appropriate PPE
  • Manufacturer’s require PPE for their tools
  • Business owner’s require PPE in their facilities

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

who requires the use of ppe
Who Requires the Use of PPE?

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Who Requires the Use of PPE?

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

hard hats
Hard Hats
  • Hard hats are required for:
    • Overhead hazards
    • Falling objects
    • Flying objects
    • Electrical hazards
    • Scaffold use

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Hard Hats
  • Hard hats must not be modified
  • Must be inspected for damage
  • Should not have items stored inside
  • Must be hard hats, not bump caps

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Hard Hats

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Hard Hats

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

foot protection
Foot Protection
  • Must be worn if there is a hazard
  • Must meet the ANSI standard

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Foot Protection

Notice that the tamper leaves the ground 3 or 4 inches, feet not protected

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

hearing protection
Hearing Protection

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Hearing Protection

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

respiratory protection
Respiratory Protection

A bandana should not be used as a respirator

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

eye and face protection
Eye and Face Protection

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Eye and Face Protection

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Eye and Face Protection

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Eye and Face Protection

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

proper use of ppe
Proper Use of PPE?

A face shield would be appropriate with this tool

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

working over water
Working Over Water
  • When working over water, a U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jacket or buoyant work vests must be worn

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter
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Working Over Water
  • Buoyant work vests or life preservers shall be inspected for defects
  • Defective units shall not be used

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Working Over Water

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Working Over Water
  • Ring buoys with at least 90 feet of line must be provided
  • Must be readily available for emergency rescue
  • Distance between ring buoys shall not exceed 200 feet

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Working Over Water

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Working Over Water

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Working Over Water
  • A life saving skiff must be provided
    • Type of skiff varies depending on conditions

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

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Working Over Water

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter

questions
Questions?
  • Answers to additional questions can be found in the following source materials
    • 29 CFR 1926 Construction Regulations
    • ANSI Standards for
      • Hardhats
      • Eye Protection
      • Fall Protection Equipment
      • Safety Footwear

Developed under an OSHA Susan B. Harwood Grant, #46F4-HT01, by the Associated Builders and Contractors-Central Texas Chapter