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PERSONAL
PROTECTIVE
EQUIPMENT
AKMAL HAKIM ABD AZIB
MUHAMAD NOOR JAMAL AB NASSIR
ANAS BIN KHAIRUL ANUAR
PAINTING OPERATION
 Painting operations present a variety of
hazards associated with the application of
paints and other ...
RISKS OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS
High risk chemicals Hazardous chemicals should be considered as high risk if it is:
 a mutag...
SPRAY PAINTING PPE
PPE FOR BODY SAFETY
 Qualified person must select PPE based on the
specific operation and chemicals used. Use of
appropri...
CHEMICALS PROTECTIVE SUIT WITH HOOD
 Potential Hazards:
 Chemical absorption due to skin exposure to solvents and
paints...
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION
 Potential Hazards:
 Worker inhalation exposure to toxic paints or solvents
 Exposure to oxygen-...
FOOT PROTECTION
 Potential Hazards:
 Paint injection due to high-pressure equipment
 Static electricity as a source of ...
HAND PROTECTION
 Potential Hazards:
 Chemical absorption due to skin exposure to toxic paints
or solvents.
 Static elec...
OTHERS PPE (OPERATION SAFETY)
RELATION TO THE AIRFLOW
LENGTH OF NOZZLE
POSITIONING
GANTRY OR GENIE LIFT
THANK YOU!
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  1. 1. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AKMAL HAKIM ABD AZIB MUHAMAD NOOR JAMAL AB NASSIR ANAS BIN KHAIRUL ANUAR
  2. 2. PAINTING OPERATION  Painting operations present a variety of hazards associated with the application of paints and other coatings.  In addition to skin absorption and inhalation of toxic chemicals, fire and explosion hazards are of primary concern.  PPE must be used if adequate engineering and administrative controls are not feasible means to control potential hazards.
  3. 3. RISKS OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS High risk chemicals Hazardous chemicals should be considered as high risk if it is:  a mutagenic, carcinogenic or geno toxic chemical  a skin and respiratory sensitiser or if it has acute irritant effects  a chemical which causes severe effects after a single, repeated or prolonged exposure  a flammable liquid, vapour or aerosols Medium risk chemicals Medium risk hazardous chemicals include any substances that contain organic solvents that are not already assessed as high risk, or flammable liquids or combustible dusts. Low risk chemicals Hazardous chemicals that are low risk include any other substances not already assessed as high or medium.
  4. 4. SPRAY PAINTING PPE
  5. 5. PPE FOR BODY SAFETY  Qualified person must select PPE based on the specific operation and chemicals used. Use of appropriate combinations of the following PPE will provide adequate protection:  Chemical Protective Suit with Hood  Respiratory Protection  Foot Protection  Hand Protection Chemical Protective Suit with Hood Respiratory Protection Foot Protection Hand Protection
  6. 6. CHEMICALS PROTECTIVE SUIT WITH HOOD  Potential Hazards:  Chemical absorption due to skin exposure to solvents and paints  Static electricity as a source of ignition produced while working in protective clothing and boots  Requirements and Example Solutions:  PPE should provide skin protection from toxic paints and solvents that may be spilled, sprayed, or splashed during their use.  Attached hoods should be used and when there is head or neck exposure.  When respirators are used, hoods should be tightened over the respirator to prevent interference with the face seal and allow proper removal of gear.
  7. 7. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION  Potential Hazards:  Worker inhalation exposure to toxic paints or solvents  Exposure to oxygen-deficient atmospheres  Requirements and Example Solutions:  Respirators protect the lungs and upper respiratory track from mists, fumes, and vapor associated with the paints and solvents.  Workers spray painting in confined spaces must be protected by airline respirator.
  8. 8. FOOT PROTECTION  Potential Hazards:  Paint injection due to high-pressure equipment  Static electricity as a source of ignition produced while working in protective clothing and boots  Chemical absorption due to skin exposure to toxic paints and solvents  Requirements and Example Solutions:  Boots (for example chemical resistant, or waterproof) should provide skin protection from toxic paints or solvents that may be spilled, sprayed, or splashed during their use.  If flammable solvents are involved in the operation, non-static discharge producing shoes/boots and shoe covers must be used.
  9. 9. HAND PROTECTION  Potential Hazards:  Chemical absorption due to skin exposure to toxic paints or solvents.  Static electricity as a source of ignition produced while working in gloves.  Requirements and Example Solutions:  PPE should provide skin protection from:  Toxic paints or solvents that may be spilled, sprayed or splashed during their use  Paint injection during high-pressure spraying  Gloves should be sealed to the protective clothing to prevent liquids from entering the glove.
  10. 10. OTHERS PPE (OPERATION SAFETY)
  11. 11. RELATION TO THE AIRFLOW
  12. 12. LENGTH OF NOZZLE
  13. 13. POSITIONING
  14. 14. GANTRY OR GENIE LIFT
  15. 15. THANK YOU!

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