Safety Diploma Course

OSHA Personal Protective Equipment Training Course


Industrial workers are required to follow safety rules and use personal protective clothing and equipment such as helmets, boots, goggles, gloves and safety apparatus to prevent accidents and injuries which can lead to loss of employment and production loss. These hazards can be due to radiological, chemical, physical, electrical, thermal, mechanical, environmental and other recognized workplace hazards.

This OSHA Personal Protective Equipment Training Course entertains participants to gain knowledge on workplace safety by using personal protective equipment (PPE) and remain safe and healthy. The course syllabus also includes applicable regulations which bind employers and workers to follow safety practices and obey laws, importance of PPE, how to use, impact of non compliance and training procedures.

Governing regulations

This online safety course trains students on the basis of OSHA 29 CFR § 1910.132-1910.138 Personal Protective Equipment Standard.

Course Overview

This OSHA-regulated Personal Protective Equipment Training Course makes participants aware of relevant standards, various types of PPE, usages, hazard identification, risk control measures, employers and employees responsibilities and safety training procedures.

Who Must Take this Course?

As per OSHA, every employee in any industrial work environment where he or she is likely to face risks and dangers and needs to use PPE must attend this course and get certified as safety professional.

Course Format

Our OSHA Personal Protective Equipment Training course has been made with quality content along with graphical and audio clippings, case studies and practical questions for students to comprehend well before the final exam.

Candidates upon successful in their examination are entitled to receive course completion certificate along with a printable wallet card.

Continuing education credits?

Each student will get 0.1 CEUs (or 1 CMEs) which is the recognized by employers of various industries.

Topics Covered

  • what the relevant standards cover,
  • hazard controls, including:
    • engineering/technological solutions
    • work practices and training
  • PPE overview,
  • Types of protection, including:
    • Eyes/face
    • Head
    • Respiratory
    • Hearing
    • Hands/arms
    • Body
    • Legs/feet
    • Special protection
  • General PPE information
  • Employee responsibilities