Personal Protective Equipment
(1)Pants and a long-sleeved shirt made of cotton, wool, denim or other fire resistant materials.
(a)Clothing made from common permanent-press materials or synthetic fibers that melt when exposed to flame or heat must not be worn.
(b)When special protective clothing made of aramid or other fire resistant materials is required by the employer, the employer must provide it at no cost to the personnel.
(a)Covers and provides protection and support for the foot and ankle, such as heavy duty leather lace-up boots with an 8-inch high top.
(b)Provides for secure footing and traction for the assigned task.
(c)Is fire and melt resistant.
(d)Is made of or covered with chain saw cut resistant material when operating a chain saw.
(3)Head protection in accordance with the requirement of OAR 437-007-0305 (Head Protection)(1) and (2). When wearing hard hats around helicopters, the hats must be secured by a chin strap.
(4)Upper body cover and/or hard hats of a high-visibility color in accordance with the requirement of OAR 437-007-0310 (High-Visibility Color).
(5)Eye and face protection in accordance with the requirements of OAR 437-007-0315 (Eye and Face Protection).
(6)Hand protection in accordance with the requirements of OAR 437-007-0320 (Hand Protection)(1) and (2).
(7)Leg protection in accordance with the requirements of OAR 437-007-0325 (Leg Protection) when operating chain saws.
(8)Hearing protection in accordance with the requirements of OAR 437-007-0335 (Hearing Protection).
Rule 437-007-1320 — Personal Protective Equipment,