Protective Equipment

WASHINGTON (CN) – The Occupational Safety and Health Administration requires employers to provide personal protective equipment, or PPEs, to its employees. Now, a new Federal Regulation clarifies that the employer must provide them at no cost to the employee.
Exceptions are everyday clothing, ordinary safety-toe footwear and prescription safety eyewear worn off the job, metatarsal protection integrated in shoes, and certain logging boots. Click here for details and other new regulations.

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