What is OSHA 1910.133 - Face Protection?

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The OSHA 1910.133 is an Occupational Safety and Health Standard which describes eye and face protection requirements for employees under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration [OSHA].

The standard requires employers to ensure that all affected employees are provided with, and use, eye and / or face protection when exposed to certain hazards. Click To Tweet

The standard requires employers to ensure that all affected employees are provided with, and use, eye and / or face protection when exposed to certain hazards. These include but are not limited to:
  • Acids or Caustic Liquids
  • Chemical Gases or Vapors
  • Flying Particles
  • Liquid Chemicals
  • Molten Metal
  • Potentially Injurious Light Radiation
Employers are also required to make certain their employees use side protection, such as detachable side protectors, if and when flying objects are a hazard. Furthermore, eye protection should incorporate prescription lenses into its design where necessary, and all eye and face PPE should be marked distinctly with manufacturer identification. 360Training.com offers OSHA 10 Hour Online Training Courses which introduce students to OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, in addition to the general industry safety and health principles and work practices covered by the OSHA Act, Part 1910.  

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