Audit

Eyes
Work Activities
Work related exposure to:

Can hazard be eliminated without use of PPE

If no, use:
Face
Work activities
Work related exposure to:

Can hazard be eliminated without use of PPE

If no, use:
Head
Work activities, such as
Work-related exposure to:

Can hazard be eliminated without use of PPE

If no, use:
Hands/arms
Work activities, such as
Work-related exposure to:

Can hazard be eliminated without use of PPE

If no, use:
Feet/Legs
Work activities, such as:
Work – related exposure to:

Can hazard be eliminated without use of PPE

If no, use:
Body/Skin
Work activities such as:
Work – related exposure to:

Can hazard be eliminated without use of PPE

If no, use:
Body/Whole
Work activities such as:
Work-related exposure to:

Can hazard be eliminated without use of PPE

If no, use:

Note: there are other hazards requiring PPE (such as respiratory, noise, fall, etc. hazards), that are not included in this volume of the PPE guide but will be covered in future volumes (see WAC 296-62 for respiratory and hearing protection and WAC 296-155 for fall protection for further assessment). However, you should consider all hazards when you conduct your hazard assessment. See a list of other WISHA rules (in "how to use this guide") for information regarding PPE for specific workplaces.

Lung/Respiration
Work activities such as:
Work – related exposure to:

Can hazard be eliminated without use of PPE

Note: there are other hazards requiring PPE (such as respiratory, noise, fall, etc. hazards), that are not included in this volume of the PPE guide but will be covered in future volumes (see WAC 296-62 for respiratory and hearing protection and WAC 296-155 for fall protection for further assessment). However, you should consider all hazards when you conduct your hazard assessment. See a list of other WISHA rules (in "how to use this guide") for information regarding PPE for specific workplaces.

Ears/Hearing
Work activities such as:
Work – related exposure to:

Can hazard be eliminated without use of PPE

Note: there are other hazards requiring PPE (such as respiratory, noise, fall, etc. hazards), that are not included in this volume of the PPE guide but will be covered in future volumes (see WAC 296-62 for respiratory and hearing protection and WAC 296-155 for fall protection for further assessment). However, you should consider all hazards when you conduct your hazard assessment. See a list of other WISHA rules (in "how to use this guide") for information regarding PPE for specific workplaces.

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.