PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) AIRPORTS

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MUHAMMAD NIZAMMUDIN BIN MUHD NOORDIN
MOHD NOOR HISYAM BIN SHAFIEE
MUHAMMAD ZAIEM BIN MUSTAFA KAMAL

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used. collaborative decision-making and action is crucial. but should also look to their own safety by making sure the equipment they are given is in good repair. Personal protective equipment will be provided. Personal protective equipment is not a substitute for good engineering or administrative controls or good work practices. private fields need to abide by the safety protocols in place. efficient.INTRODUCTION The objective of the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Program is to protect employees from the risk of injury by creating a barrier against workplace hazards. Workers at busy metropolitan airports and smaller. . but should be used in conjunction with these controls to ensure the safety and health of employees. Airports have many hazardous work environments that require vigilance and the correct personal protective equipment (PPE). and maintained when it has been determined that its use is required and that such use will lessen the likelihood of occupational injury or illness. staff and the public with fast. Aviation can potentially increase the rate of disease and airport operators need to protect passengers.

CLASSES OF PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT OSHA/EPA classificatio n Protection provided Level A Level B Level C Level D Highest level of skin. eye.5% Lower level Lowest level of of respiratory respiratory and skin and skin protection protection Indications Indentified or suspected hazards requiring maximal skin. respiratory system Highest level of respiratory protection: Lower level of skin protection Indentified or -suspected hazards requiring maximal respiratory system -Working in atmosphere containing less than 19. eye and respiratory system Hazard have been identified Hazards will not be absorbed by or adversely affect exposed skin Atmosphere contains no known hazards No or very low potential for unexpected respiratory or skin contact with environmental hazards .

liquid or vapour chemical exposure exist First responder When entering the most heavily contaminat ed radiations zone to rescue victims or protect valuable property First First responders receivers and first receivers When working in When postcaring for decontami patients/vic nation tims likely areas to be should contaminat wear ed with Standard radiologica Precaution l material s(PPE) for infections control purposes .Who should wear First responder When identified or potential risk of biological.

Factories And Machinery (Safety. Health And Welfare Regulation. OSHA:1994 (USECHH) Regulations 2000– PART V Action To Control Exposure • 16. 1970 – Regulation 32) that including : • Clothing • Safety helmets • Gloves • Eye protection ii. (1) Approved personal protective equipment shall be used when any works in progress. .PROTECTION EQUIPMENT Legal requirements in using personal protection equipment at airport are refer to : i.

g ear muffs with a hard hat) • fit properly • not interfere with any medical conditions of the user • be easy to use • be comfortable • comply with relevant Malaysian Airport Requirement .SELECTION OF PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT To ensure that the item of personal protective equipment (PPE) will provide the level of protection that is it designed to. PPE should: • be appropriate for the type of work and give appropriate protection for the risk • give adequate protection to the user • not create additional health or safety risks • be compatible with other PPE being used (e.

TYPE OF PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT (PPE) RELATED TO AIRPORT WORKS & MAINTENANCE A.Protection that protect the worker’s eye sight and also face from any hazard. EYE AND FACE PROTECTION : .Example of equipment : Goggles Protective Face Shield/ Visor . . damage or injured.

.EXAMPLE OF EQUIPMENT : • HARD HAT/ SAFETY HELMET . DAMAGE OR INJURED. HEAD PROTECTION : .PROTECTION THAT PROTECT WORKER’S HEAD FROM ANY HAZARD.B.

PROTECTION THAT PROTECT WORKER’S FOOT AND LEG FROM ANY HAZARD.C. FOOT AND LEG PROTECTION : . . .EXAMPLE OF EQUIPMENT : • SAFETY SHOES • KNEE GUARD D.Protection that protect worker’s hand and arm from any hazard. HAND AND ARM PROTECTION : . DAMAGE OR INJURED.Example of equipment : • Gloves • Arm Guard . damage or injured.

E.EXAMPLE OF EQUIPMENT : • TRAFFIC VEST • BODY PROTECTION SUIT • FALL ARRESTOR & SAFETY HARNESS . BODY PROTECTION : .PROTECTION THAT PROTECT WORKER’S BODY FROM ANY HAZARD. . DAMAGE OR INJURED.

PROTECTION THAT PROTECT WORKER’S BODY FROM ANY HAZARD. .EXAMPLE OF EQUIPMENT : • SAFETY EAR MUFFS G. damage or injured. DAMAGE OR INJURED. . HEARING PROTECTION : .F.Example of equipment : • Traffic Button • Respirator .Protection that protect worker act or condition from any hazard. OTHERS RELATED PROTECTION : .

all of their workers that works inside should be wear all the approval personal protection equipment that already fix by the law or their management. Because of that. but should also look to their own safety by making sure the equipment they are given is in good repair. private fields need to abide by the safety protocols in place. damage or injuries due to any works that they had done. Hence. workers need to wear self or personal protection equipment to protect their self from any hazard. . Workers at busy metropolitan airports and smaller.CONCLUSION Airport was one of the most hazardous working places. All of hazardous work environments must be pair with the selection of PPE used such as when the worker works on the case of airplane they should wear fall arrestor or safety harness.

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