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Personal Protective Equipment

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Types of PPE

Hearing Protection (in prior section) Eye Protection Head Protection Body Protection (clothing) Hand Protection

Foot Protection Respirator Protection (in next section)

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Objectives for Using PPE

Assess each job for what types of hazards exist:


Flying Particles Intense Heat Conducting Electricity Falling Objects - Slippery Surfaces - Airborne Hazards - Handling of Toxic Chemicals

Check for signage indicating mandatory PPE use Properly select the right PPE for the situations and conditions Properly fit and use the PPE at the site Realize using PPE does not make you infallible - always follow safe work practices !

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Standards and Policy for PPE Use

Standards:
Type Eye & Face Head Foot Hand OSHA Equip. Standard 29 CFR 1910.133 ASSE Z87.1-2003 29 CFR 1910.135 ISEA Z89.1 - 2003 29 CFR 1910.136 ASTM Z41 - 2005 29 CFR 1910.138 -

Note: In Europe, check for CE mark on PPE to verify that it complies with European standards

Policy
UOP Policy 3.5.3 Personal Protective Equipment

Refer to PPE Summary in this Section


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Personal Protective Equipment Video

The Danger Zone by Summit Training Source, Inc. 15 minutes

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Eye Protection

Safety Glasses shall have side shields for better protection (Primary Protection) Goggles with direct ventilation ports are used to block out flying particles.

Chemical goggles must be used to protect from splashes, vapors and fine dust. Face shields and welding helmets are secondary protection. Wear them with safety glasses or goggles. Clean eye protection regularly.

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Prescription Safety Glasses @ UOP


Reimbursable Optical Dispenser Locations - In Des Plaines - Eye Care Plaza - In LaGrange Martin R. Dorner O.D. - At UOP Research - visits 2/month Prescription Safety Glass Order Procedure (UOP@Work-HS&E-PT&E HSE-Forms Tab) or (UOP@Work-HS&E-R&D HSE-Info/Bulletins) - Review Eyeglass & Safety Shoe Purchasing Procedure - Get form from your Department contact - Supervisor signoff - Make a copy of signed form for your Department contact - Bring form and recent (< 1yr) eyeglass prescription to Dispenser for ordering

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Safety Shoes from UOP


Reimbursable ($125 limit) Locations - In 4 Chicagoland locations - Semi-trailer site visits to UOP R&D Des Plaines/Riverside, McCook, PIC Safety Shoes Order Procedure (UOP@Work-HS&E-PT&E HSE-Forms Tab) or (UOP@Work-HS&E-R&D HSE-Info/Bulletins) - Review Eyeglass & Safety Shoe Purchasing Procedure - Get form from your Department contact - Supervisor signoff - Make a copy of signed form for your Department contact - Bring form to Store or On-site Trailer for purchasing

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Head Protection Hard Hats

Dont wear it backwards! There should be a 1-inch gap between the crown straps of the suspension and shell. This absorbs impacts. Inspect the suspension system for signs of wear. Bump hats are NOT a replacement for hard hats! Wear your chin strap, if provided with the hard hat, so that if you do fall, the hard hat will stay on your head.

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PPE Order Forms Prescription Safety Glasses & Safety Shoes Order Form
- UOP@Work-Resources-HS&E-PT&E HSE-Forms Tab - UOP@Work-Resources-HS&E-R&D HS&E-Forms/FlowchartsEyeglasses/Safety Shoe Procedure

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Body Protection Protective Clothing

Special Nomex coveralls are required to be worn when working in an operating refinery process unit. - This clothing is primarily for protection against flash fires. - This clothing is also effective against chemical exposures. If protective clothing is required to be worn, consider Heat Stress Disorders when working in hot climates and conditions: - How will body heat escape? - How much time will you work in the area?

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PPE Wrap-up

Demonstration of Equipment Summary of How to Get PPE at UOP


See ordering procedure, equipment purchasing contacts, schedules and supplier driving direction sheets in back of this section.

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Hand Protection

Typically leather at UOP or rubber/neoprene for corrosive chemicals. Make sure no openings exist between shirt sleeve and gloves when working with chemicals. Inspect for holes or worn-out areas. Dont wear gloves while working around rotating equipment.

See glove selection sheet in reference section.


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Foot Protection

Make sure the steel toe reinforcement on work boots meets national impact standards. Use rugged cleated soles on rough or course surfaces. Wear molded non-slip soles in indoor slippery conditions. Replace shoes when worn.

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