Foot Protection B
OSHA requires that adequate foot protection be used whenever the work conditions pose hazards that could cause a foot injury. There may be different footwear requirements for the work location, or the specific task being performed. It’s important that employers clearly communicate the personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements and it’s equally important that employees understand and comply or ask questions if they need clarification on the PPE specifications.
Long Version - 6 pages
Short Version - 2 pages
Quiz and Answer Sheet
Fast Version - 1 page
Foot Protection B, Construction
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Resources & References
OSHA QuickCard - Construction Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Standards or Regulations
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