tthrm26workplace safetyweb_10


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Unformatted text preview: r of payment may be left to labor­management negotiations. Shoes or outerwear subject to contamination which cannot be safely worn off­site must be paid for by the employer. Examples of PPE that would not be used away from the worksite: Welding gloves / wire mesh gloves Respirators Hard hats Specialty glasses (e.g., designed ultraviolet radiation protection) Examples of PPE that is personal in nature: Non­specialty safety glasses Safety shoes Cold­weather outer wear Safety Programs Safety Programs Safety committees with participation by all departments. Employees participate in safety decisions. Communicate safety as much as possible. Lectures Posters and signs Videos Use incentives and rewards to encourage safe behavior. They communicate safety rules and enforce them. Regular self­inspection and accident research. Required Posters Required Posters Generally, workplaces should post the following applicable notices: Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Job Safety and Health Protection (OSHA), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEOC), Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and Employee Polygraph Protection Act.
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