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Introduction to Personal Protective Equipment - PPE - elearning Online or interactive CDROM


Removing risk from the workplace is a primary aim of the Health & Safety Act.
Eliminating risk should be your employer’s first priority after having carried out a hazard analysis. If there is no way of either removing or reducing risks to the individual, personal protective equipment should be provided.

The PPE at work regulations clearly state that providing personal protective equipment should only be a “last resort”. The reasons are not too hard to find, since only the person wearing the kit is protected and even then not completely.  You, as the user have obligations too; to use and wear the equipment correctly, and to report any defects. You must also return it to the proper storage place after use. There is a whole range of safety equipment available from industrial helmets to body, eye and foot protection.

The requirements for each job need to be assessed, the correct equipment chosen and fitted, to keep you safe at work.

Course Type

These courses cover all areas of health and safety; companies have an obligation to undertake for the well being of their staff.  Using high quality video footage, students will be demonstrated a number of real life situations.

Course Objectives

The course is designed to give students a thorough introduction to health and safety in order to equip them to make the best decision possible. 

Course Content

On completion of this you will know:

Course Duration

On average the course takes 2-3 hours to complete.


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