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Construction PPE Signs

You are legally obliged to display the appropriate Construction Site PPE signs as part of the HSE requirements for reducing the risk of physical harm to workers and visitors.

The Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) safety signs range for construction workers features mandatory signage that uses the blue exclamation symbol and reminds everyone that hard hats, safety footwear, hi-vis vests and other PPE equipment must be used when required.

Hi-Vis Vests

Many accidents occur when people in precarious positions cannot be seen. As a result, it is critical to plan work to avoid putting people in these situations. If this is not possible, provide high-visibility clothing. To be effective, this clothing must be kept clean. Workers must replace soiled uniforms. High-visibility clothing will be required wherever workers may be run over by vehicles, such as signallers assisting with vehicle manoeuvring and anyone engaged in roadworks. They must be visible to others to work safely; for example, signallers assisting in lifting operations must be visible to the crane driver.

Hand Protection

Suitable gloves can protect against dust (such as cement), wet concrete, and solvents, all of which can cause dermatitis. They can also guard against cuts and splinters when working with bricks, steel, and wood.

Hard Hats

There is always a potential risk to safety from falling materials on almost every job site. Reduce these risks by placing appropriate barriers and toe boards at the edge of work platforms to keep materials from falling. Protect yourself from the remaining dangers by wearing appropriate headgear.

These are only a few of the dangers to be aware of: a scaffolder dropping a fitting while erecting or dismantling a scaffold; loose material kicked into an excavation; material falling from a scaffold platform; material falling off a load being lifted by a crane or goods hoist or carried on a site dumper or truck; a scaffolder dropping a fitting while erecting or dismantling a scaffold.

Hard helmets should be provided to staff. Make sure that caps are worn and worn correctly. There are many different hats to choose from; allow employees to try on a few and select which one is best for the task and them. A sweatband for the forehead and a soft (or webbing) strap is included in specific hats. These hats are slightly more expensive, but they are far more comfortable. Thus they are more likely to be worn.

Safety Boots

Is there an injury risk from falling materials on employees' feet or nails or other sharp things penetrating the sole? If that's the case, steel toecaps and midsoles may be required. Foot protection comes in various styles and varieties, and manufacturers can advise you on which footwear is best for which hazards. For example, Wellington boots are vital for preventing burns from wet cement or concrete, as the cement ingredient turns very caustic when mixed with water and can cause severe skin burns.

Eye Protection

These are essential to keep you safe from flying items, such as while using a nail gun. Goggles should be shatter-proof to give enough protection; sparks, such as disc-cutting; ultraviolet radiation from welding — specialist goggles or shields are necessary; chemical splashes. Eye protection should be readily available in sufficient quantities to replace any that are lost, destroyed, or become defective. If you need to protect your entire face from corrosive splashes, visors can help.

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