Lesson details

It might keep you safe but using your protective equipment 24/7 isn't best practice or good for the upkeep of your equipment. In fact, your personal protective equipment should be your last resort when it comes to completing hazardous tasks. Your first point of call? Determining how to decrease the risk and remove the hazard.

In this lesson, you'll learn when and where to use your personal protective equipment.

This lesson is essential for anyone who works in an environment where hazards can pose a risk.


Luke Croston
Luke Croston is the Chef and Creator of Custom Food Solutions at Made Establishment. He focuses on developing methods to maintain restaurant quality products in large volumes.
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