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Protective Gear

Personal Protective Equipment PPE


PPE Training Program

The information, methods, and procedures in this course are based on the OSHA requirements for PPE as set forth in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) for general industry in the following OSHA 29 CFR 1910, Subpart I, Personal Protective Equipment.

Enrollment Benefits

Upon completion of the training, participants will be able to:

  • How to wear PPE properly.

  • Understand why PPE is very important

  • Differentiate the different examples of PPE include such items as gloves, foot, and eye protection, protective hearing devices (earplugs, muffs), hard hats, respirators, and full-body suits

  • Aknowledge that PPE is the last resort in hazard control, not the first choice. Some employers may mistakenly believe PPE is the end-all-be-all

  • How to involve their co-workers in accomplishing all the above.


Module 1: General PPE Requirements and Types of PPE

  • Discuss general employer responsibilities related to personal protective equipment (PPE).

  • Describe the limitations on the use of back belts, work clothing, and defective equipment.

  • Describe the best practices for selecting PPE.

  • Identify the five basic topic areas required for PPE training.

  • Describe the types of eye and face protection and give examples of their use.

  • Identify and describe the five types of respirators and the proper use of each type.

  • Contrast non-powered and powered air-purifying respirators.

  • Describe the use of supplied-air respirators (SARs) and self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA).

Module 2: Types of PPE (Continued)

  • Identify at least five tasks that might require the use of head protection.

  • Identify the two types and three classes of protective helmets.

  • Discuss the hazards from which hand protection is necessary to protect employees.

  • Describe at least four types of gloves and the materials of which they are made.

  • Discuss criteria for the selection of protective footwear.

  • Identify at least three types of electrical protective equipment.

  • Identify at least three types of hearing protectors and the advantages of each.

Intended Audience

This training course is designed for helping companies and individuals learn the fundamentals of PPE,

It will help companies in meeting the health and safety regulatory compliance requirements. 

Duration and Delivery

This training course takes 3 hours to be completed

Methods of Delivery: 

  • Live Virtual Training on Zoom

  • In-House Training- in Client's Workplace Companies [ Upon request] 


  • Note: Companies can request another time if the timings in the schedule are not suitable for them


Upon completion of the training, participants will take the final exam. It's an open book exam. 

Multiple choices questions to ensure that all participants have learned the basics. 


Main Course Certificate

  • Personal Protective Equipment PPE



  • Al Danah Institute for Environmental and Science is an OSHA Approved Learning Partner. 

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Laila Ali

Expertise: Environment, Health, Safety ,and Quality


Wagdi Hanna

Expertise: Pioneer in the Field of Occupational Health and Safety. 

+25 Years of extensive experience. IOSH & NEBOSH & OSHA & IASP Certified Trainer

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Ayman Ali

Expertise: HSE in Oil & Gas, Process Safety Management, Occupational Health & Safety


Registration Process


1. Send us your full name, address, and phone number

2. Share with us the training date that suits you from the schedule above.

3. You will receive an invoice via email to complete payment and confirm your registration.


Registration Email:

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