Personal Protective Equipment Program

Last Updated: 07/18/2019

The purpose of the Injury Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) is to outline Cal Maritime's environmental health and safety requirements, expectations, and responsibilities in order to achieve effective campus safety performance through Integrated Safety Management (ISM). The Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Program is a subject specific component the supports the overall University IIPP.

The Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) Program is to establish a comprehensive approach toward controlling potential accidental employee injuries on campus and to reduce/prevent exposure to specified physical hazards when/where needed.   The requirements of this document apply to all employees when working in conditions requiring personal protective equipment.  This program does not apply to workplace operations regulated by Cal/OSHA's High Voltage Electrical Safety Orders or to their Construction Safety Orders. Employees working with energized electrical equipment are covered specifically under the University's Energized Electrical Work" and "Energized Work Procedures" programs and are exempted from this program for those related exposures.

Note: Training Ship Golden Bear (TSGB) is regulated under MARAD. For operations pertaining to the TSGB  -  Refer to Shoreside Administration Manual (SAM) and Vessel Operations Manual (VOM).

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