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PPE & Chemicals

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PPE & Chemicals
Manage the risk

Manage the risk

PPE

PFPE

Global Harmonization System (GHS)

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The Last resort
Manage the risk

The best method The second best method (2)


(1)
Eliminate the hazard in the design phase Remove the person from the hazard

The third best method (3) The last resort (4)


Fence it in Use of PPE

Focus area in this module

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PPE & Chemicals
PPE

Manage the risk

PPE

PFPE

Global Harmonization System (GHS)

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Roles & Responsibles
PPE

The site/construction manager or authorized supervisor is responsible for the


following:

PPE:
Is issued
Is approved for the hazards
Is worn
Is compatible with all other Vestas issued PPE.
Is tagged with annual inspection

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Roles & Responsibles
PPE

The site/construction manager or authorized supervisor is also responsible for


the following:

Ensure contractors supply required, approved PPE for their personnel


Ensure all personnel have received training/information
have adequate knowledge and skills to perform their tasks using required PPE.

Annual inspection (at minimum) of PPE by a competent person.


Immediately quarantine any unserviceable PPE

Report unserviceable PPE or PPE related concerns to


QSE and ensure replacement.
Ensure the in-use life of the PPE specified by the
manufacturer is not exceeded.

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Roles & Responsibles
PPE

Vestas employees are responsible for the equipment as follows:

It is the responsibility of each individual to ensure they have been issued with
and wear appropriate PPE for the task they are performing.

Wear PPE in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.

Complete a pre-use check of PPE as per the manufacturers instructions.

Not all PPE is covered by a requirement for an annual inspection in such cases
the user has to ensure the in-use life specified by the manufacturer has not
been exceeded.

Ensure that the provided PPE is kept clean, fit for purpose and is not misused.

Consult the site/construction manager or authorized supervisor in case of


unserviceable PPE.

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PPE
PPE

See next pages for Mandatory PPE


e.g.:

Hard Hat
Hi-Vis. Vest
Safety Boots w. ankle protection
Safety Glasses

Use the correct PPE for your task!

Safety harness
Hearing protection
Gloves/masks/ear muffs
Etc

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Service sites
PPE

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Construction sites
PPE

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Knives
PPE

Open bladed knives (Stanley knives)


are not permitted for use (Chapter 8.4)

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CUT resistant gloves
PPE

Chapter 8.4.4

Cut resistant gloves minimum level 3 are to be used for all


tasks where there is a risk of injury to the hands.
This includes all manual handling, performing mechanical
works and any task that could pose a threat from sharp edges
or blades.

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Gloves
PPE

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Glasses
PPE

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High Vis & Boots
PPE

High visibility clothing/vest & safety boots

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Ear Protection
PPE

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Helmet & Ear Protection
PPE

Mandatory when climbing

8.4.2 Ear protection

All personnel must wear appropriate ear


protection when working with or around
equipment with noise levels at or above
85 dB (A), unless local legislation is more
restrictive.
A risk assessment/job safety analysis
must be carried out to identify to ensure
compliance with the relevant exposure
limits to the noise.
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Filter
PPE

8.4.3 Respiration Protection


All personnel must wear approved respirators or filter masks when
working in an environment or work area with dust, mist, fumes, gases or
other atmospheric impurities that can be harmful to a workers health.

Masks and filters must be changed at regular intervals and contaminated


masks and filters must be disposed of correctly.

Particle filter

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PPE deviation & Risk
PPE

8.6 Assessing the Risk

If identified through thorough written RA/JSA by the local site management


that Personal Protective Equipment constitutes a greater burden to safety
they may be removed for a limited period specified and communicated by the
management team during a toolbox talk.

Some examples of this are when constantly looking up using safety glasses
and the rain obscures vision, or when using a tag line to control the load and
the ground is wet and muddy, suitable waterproof boots could be worn
instead of safety boots.

This agreed local decision must be recorded on file and reviewed at regular
intervals throughout the working day.

Any deviation from the PPE requirements above must be documented in a


RA/JSA.
Under no circumstances can a person be exposed to a significant risk by the
removal of any previously identified PPE.

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PPE & Chemicals
PFPE

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PPE

PFPE

Global Harmonization System (GHS)

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PFPE
PFPE

PFPE consists of the following devices:


Lanyard with energy absorber
Positioning rope
Full-body harness
Fall Arrester for Wire or Rail Systems

All personnel must comply with the following PFPE


requirements:
Wear PFPE when working at height.
Be properly trained in the use of the equipment.
Follow suppliers instruction on the use of the
equipment.
Ensure that the equipment is in a serviceable
condition and always stored in a clean and dry
location.

=> 2 meter
Keep equipment out of contact with oil,
chemicals, and other substances that can cause
deterioration.
Ensure that PFPE is inspected according to local
legislation.

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PPE & Chemicals
Global Harmonization System (GHS)

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PPE

PFPE

Global Harmonization System (GHS)

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Pictograms
Global Harmonization System (GHS)

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PPE & Chemicals
3E Online

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PPE

PFPE

Global Harmonization System (GHS)

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3E Online access from the HUB
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SDS Database
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Responsibility
3E Online

The site/construction manager or


authorized supervisor is responsible
for ensureng SDSs in local language
are available and known on site

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SDS
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Documents
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SDS
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Avialiable in many languages

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OFFLINE SDS
3E Online

Press WIN button and


type SAFETY

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OFFLINE SDS
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Choose Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

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OFFLINE SDS
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EXCEL SHEET WILL OPEN,


Here is the SDS

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PPE & Chemicals

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