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					                           Health, Safety & Environment
  Petroleum                           Management System

                                   Work Site
                         Personal Protective Equipment




                       PETROLEUM CSG

     HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PROCEDURE




                    WORK SITE
          PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT




Petroleum HSEC Procedure No: PP10.01

Reference: HSE Management Standard 10 - Operations and Maintenance

Date: June 1, 2008                                         Revision: 0

Originator: Tom Oddie, Production HSE Manager

Approver: Dave Banks, Vice President HSE



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                                          TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 PURPOSE................................................................................................................... 3
2.0 SCOPE........................................................................................................................ 3
3.0 REFERENCES............................................................................................................ 3
4.0 DEFINITIONS ............................................................................................................. 4
5.0 PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................. 5
  5.1 Risk Assessment ................................................................................................... 5
  5.2 Head Protection...................................................................................................... 6
  5.3 Eye Protection ........................................................................................................ 6
  5.4 Face Protection ...................................................................................................... 7
  5.5 Hearing Protection ................................................................................................. 8
  5.6 Protective Clothing ................................................................................................ 8
  5.7 Hand Protection ................................................................................................... 10
  5.8 Foot Protection..................................................................................................... 10
  5.9 Respiratory Protection ........................................................................................ 11
  5.10 Personal Fall Protection .................................................................................... 11
  5.11 Maintenance ....................................................................................................... 12
  5.12 Audits .................................................................................................................. 12
  5.13 Training ............................................................................................................... 12
6.0 RESPONSIBILITIES................................................................................................. 13
  6.1 Person in Charge ................................................................................................. 13
  6.2 Site HSE Advisor.................................................................................................. 13
  6.3 Employees, Contractors and Visitors ................................................................ 13
7.0 RECORDS ................................................................................................................ 14
8.0 UPDATES TO THIS DOCUMENT ............................................................................ 14
9.0 ATTACHMENTS....................................................................................................... 14
  9.1 Work Site PPE Poster .......................................................................................... 15
  9.2 Eye and Face Protection Selection Guide ......................................................... 15
  9.3 Glove Selection Guide ......................................................................................... 17




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1.0 PURPOSE


This document describes the work site Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) policy for
BHP Billiton Petroleum and it details the minimum personal protective equipment
requirements for all controlled work sites.



2.0 SCOPE


This procedure applies to all BHP Billiton Petroleum personnel (employees and
contractors) working on or visiting controlled activities. A PPE Standard Variance Form
(PF10.02) shall be signed by the responsible Petroleum Leadership Team member if the
site is unable to fully comply with this procedure.


When Exploration or Development controlled activities are located on contractor or 3rd
party facilities (seismic, drilling and construction), this procedure shall apply or an
equivalent contractor procedure and corresponding bridging documentation shall be in
place. The requirements of this procedure shall be detailed in contractual documents.


All monitored activities should have an equivalent system in place that meets the intent
of this procedure.


The requirements on wearing PPE mandated by this policy apply to any work activity
that takes place outside of the site office. This policy does not apply to sites at which
activities are entirely office based.



3.0 REFERENCES


This procedure is used in conjunction with:
   •     Site based Personal Protective Equipment procedures
   •     BHP Billiton HSEC Management Standards
   •     BHP Billiton Fatal Risk Control Protocols
   •     Applicable laws, regulations and standards
   •     BHP Billiton – HSEC Guideline No G12 Hearing Conservation
   •     BHP Billiton – HSEC Guideline No G19 HSEC Risk Management
   •     BHP Billiton – HSEC Guideline No G23 PPE Compliance Auditing
   •     BHP Billiton – HSEC Guideline No G29 Respiratory Protection
   •     BHP Billiton Petroleum – HSE Protocol No. PR03.05 Worksite Jewelry Policy
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    •     OHSA Standard – 29 CFR Part 1910 Subpart I – Personal Protective Equipment
    •     American National Standards Institute - ANSI Standards



4.0 DEFINITIONS


Contractor            A person employed either directly or indirectly by a company
                      contracted to BHP Billiton Petroleum to provide equipment and/or
                      services to a BHP Billiton Petroleum operation.
FPe                   First Priority Enterprise – incident notification, management,
                      reporting and action tracking software
JRA                   Job Risk Assessment
MSDS                  Material Safety Data Sheet
New Start             A person that has never been to the site before, or has not been on
                      the site for at least 12 months, or is an infrequent, short duration
                      visitor regardless of when they were last on site.
Person in Charge      The senior person on site responsible for overall site activities and
                      operations.
PPE                   Personal Protective Equipment
PTW                   Permit to Work
“Shall” or “Must”     Means a mandatory requirement.
Should                Means a guideline which is strongly recommended.
Visitor               A person visiting a BHP Billiton Petroleum controlled site who is
                      authorized to do so by the senior-most BHP Billiton Petroleum Site
                      representative.
Work Site             Controlled activities associated with petroleum exploration, drilling,
                      construction, production and logistics that have been risk assessed
                      and determined to necessitate the use of PPE. Work sites may
                      include, but are not limited to, areas outside the facility living
                      quarters and office buildings, such as seismic vessels, drilling rigs,
                      construction sites, production facilities, storage terminals and
                      logistics bases.




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5.0 PROCEDURE


This procedure outlines the minimum PPE requirements for Petroleum work sites. This
policy is intended to meet or exceed existing applicable laws, regulations or standards in
a particular region. A poster outlining the requirements of this procedure shall be
displayed at each operational work site (Attachment 9.1).


Depending on the location of the operation, the following standards for PPE design and
maintenance shall apply:
   •     Americas (default standard) - ANSI (American National Standards Institute)
   •     Australia – AS/NZ (Australian New Zealand Standards)
   •     UK – BS (British Standards)
   •     EN – European Standards
   •     Other standards as applicable



5.1 Risk Assessment


5.1.1 Site Risk Assessment

Conduct an initial work site PPE risk assessment to determine if hazards are present
that require the use of personal protective equipment. Hazards shall be identified during
a walk-through survey, making observations of the following basic hazard categories:
         a) Impact
         b) Penetration
         c) Compression
         d) Chemical
         e) Heat
         f) Harmful dust
         g) Light (optical radiation)


Refer to OSHA 29 CFR Part 1910, Subpart I, Appendix B or an equivalent standard for a
work site PPE risk assessment methodology. The PPE risk assessment shall be
updated after any significant change to the facility.




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5.1.2 Job Risk Assessment

Prior to each planned work activity at the site, a Job Risk Assessment or JRA shall be
conducted to identify job-specific hazards and determine the appropriate PPE to be
used. The PPE requirements shall be adequate for the specific tasks being performed.
The risk assessment may identify PPE requirements over and above the minimum
standards identified in this procedure.


Properly fitted PPE is useful when other forms of control are not practical, but is
considered the lowest level of control option under the Hierarchy of Controls.



5.2 Head Protection


Hard hats, or safety helmets, which meet the requirements of ANSI Z89.1 and ANSI
Z89.2 (or equivalent standard), shall be worn in all designated work areas as outlined in
the site risk assessment. Hard hats shall be made of plastic and designed to hold chin
straps. Chin straps shall be worn when working at heights. Metal hard hats do not meet
the standards for electrical resistance and therefore shall not be permitted.


Hard hats shall be checked monthly for signs of damage, and replaced immediately if
the hard hat becomes brittle, cracked or is otherwise damaged. Suspensions and shells
shall be replaced per the manufacturer’s recommendation. It is recommended that
suspensions be replaced at least annually and shells be replaced every 3 to 5 years.


All new starts and visitors shall wear green hard hats when entering the work site to
distinguish them from experienced workers. Green hard hats shall be worn for a
minimum of 3 rotational cycles (or 3 months, which ever is longer) to ensure greater
visibility during the orientation period and allow experienced site personnel to provide
additional support.


In extreme cold, full head insulation or suitable liners for hard hats may be worn. These
shall be made of material consistent with the Flame Resistant Clothing requirements
noted in this procedure.



5.3 Eye Protection


Safety glasses, with side impact protection, or goggles shall be worn in all designated
work areas as outlined in the site risk assessment. Glasses shall be designed and
constructed to meet ANSI Z87.1 (or equivalent standard). Where regular prescription
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glasses are required to be worn, over protection such as over glasses or goggles shall
be used.


Both clear and tinted lenses shall be made available, with tinted lenses provided for
protection against UV light damage. Tinted lenses shall not be used during hours of
darkness.


It is the individual’s personal responsibility to maintain eye protection in a safe condition.
Antifogging compounds for safety glasses/ lenses shall be available and used to
maintain clear vision when work conditions are impacted by fogging.


Contact lenses are permitted, but their use shall not interfere with or be compromised by
the work activity. Contact lenses do not provide eye protection and the wearer may have
increased risk of eye injury from exposure to dusts and chemical vapors. Eye protection
shall be worn in addition to the contact lenses.


Special lenses are required when oxygen fuel cutting. Goggles are required when
working with chemicals or in dusty conditions. A listing of eye and face protection and
their application has been included in Attachment 9.2.



5.4 Face Protection


During work activities that involve grinding, chipping, and buffing, or where material
could separate and become a projectile, a face shield shall be worn in conjunction with
safety glasses/ goggles as defined by the job risk assessment.


Personnel working with chemicals, degreasers, detergents, or equipment that contains a
hazardous or pressurized liquid or gas (eg. wet cell batteries) shall wear non-vented,
splash proof goggles. For exposure to hot or corrosive materials, a face shield shall be
worn over the goggles.


A welding hood, with non-glass visor, shall be worn over standard safety glasses when
welding. Personnel engaged in sandblasting, water blasting or spray painting shall wear
eye protection under the face shield or air supplied hood to protect the eyes and face
from known hazards.




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5.5 Hearing Protection


Hearing protection shall be worn in all designated high noise areas and as per the job
risk assessment. Hearing protection shall meet the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR Part
1910.95 (or equivalent standard) and the BHP Billiton Hearing Conservation Guideline
No G12. Types of hearing protection will depend on the JRA and must meet
personalized fit testing requirements.


A quantitative noise survey shall be completed around all machinery and equipment
located at the site to document sound level readings and identify areas that require
hearing protection. The assessment shall include both permanent and temporary
equipment.


Signs shall be posted at each work location where continuous noise levels are at 80
dB(A) or greater over an 8 hour time-weighted average. Various forms of hearing
protections shall be made available, such as disposable/ reusable ear plugs or hard hat
mounted ear protectors, and shall be worn in posted areas. Hearing protection shall also
be worn during operations that generate noise in excess of 80 dB(A).



5.6 Protective Clothing


The wearing of Flame Resistant Clothing is required for all employees, contractors and
visitors when:
   •     Located on a production facility with hydrocarbon-containing process equipment
         and working in PPE required areas.
   •     Loading/ unloading or transferring hydrocarbons where vapours are present in
         the atmosphere that present a flash fire potential.
   •     Repairing active hydrocarbon piping, tankage or equipment that is outside the
         production facility and the potential for a flash fire has not been completely
         eliminated.
   •     Performing hot work activities on active hydrocarbon equipment and piping (hot
         tapping).
   •     Working on hydrocarbon piping or other related equipment that is below grade or
         defined as a confined space, and the potential for a flash fire has not been
         completely eliminated.
   •     Performing high voltage switching operations and maintenance.
   •     An employee or supervisor identifies a site-specific job and/ or area with potential
         exposure to flash fire/ arc burn injuries, such as through an electrical circuit.
   •     Specified by local regulation or policy.

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Flame Resistant Clothing shall comply with the following requirements:
   •     Thermal protection: if the protective material is worn over another layer of fabric,
         the protective fabric shall exhibit an average Thermal Protective Performance
         (TPP) value of 4, before and after washing.
   •     Flame Resistant Clothing materials shall comply with NFPA 2112 and be tested
         to ASTM F 1930 (or equivalent standard).
   •     Reflective strips shall be visible across the arms, at a minimum, of each garment
         and conform to the ANSI/ ISEA 107-1999 Level 2 standards (or equivalent
         standard).


Flame Resistant Clothing is not required when working in seismic operations, drilling
operations (unless conducting live well servicing or well testing and working around
process equipment), support vessels or supply bases that are not located at a
production facility.


All Flame Resistant Clothing and non-Flame Resistant Clothing shall be worn and
maintained accordingly:
   •     Personnel shall wear Flame Resistant Clothing as the outer-most garments
         except when other personal protective clothing is required (eg. Chemical
         resistant suits, welder’s leather, personal flotation devices, increased visibility
         vests).
   •     Personnel should not wear synthetic blends such as nylon, polyester, rayon,
         polyethylene, etc under the protective clothing. Natural fibres such as cottons or
         wools should be worn underneath.
   •     Only long sleeved Flame Resistant Clothing shall be worn in designated Flame
         Resistant Clothing areas/ jobs. Flame Resistant Clothing shall be worn in such a
         manner as to completely cover the torso, arms and legs (sleeves rolled down and
         body fully zipped or buttoned up).
   •     Only long sleeved and long pant clothing shall be worn in non-Flame Resistant
         Clothing areas.
   •     Clothing should be laundered, repaired and taken out-of-service per the
         manufacturer’s recommendations.
   •     When working offshore, clothing should be made from high visibility material and
         shall have the required reflective strips across the arms.
   •     Where there is risk of exposure to extreme cold, insulated work suits or parkas
         may be worn. When Flame Resistant Clothing is required, winter clothing shall be
         worn underneath the Flame Resistant Clothing layer.
   •     Rain gear worn over Flame Resistant Clothing can negate the effectiveness of
         the protective layer, especially if the material would melt in a flash fire. Flame
         Resistant rainwear is recommended where available.


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5.7 Hand Protection


All personnel shall wear gloves on the work site. Exceptions to this requirement, such as
performing tasks that require additional finger dexterity, shall be approved by a
supervisor and captured on the JRA or through the PTW system. Personnel shall use
hand protection when performing work, not limited to, exposing the hands to absorption
of harmful substances, cuts or lacerations, abrasions, punctures, vibrations, chemical
burns, thermal burns and other harmful extremes in temperature.


The use of fit for purpose protective gloves is mandatory when welding, oxygen fuel
cutting, grinding, blasting, working with chemicals and when performing specific
electrical functions or using hand tools. Leather gloves are required when rigging or
handling materials. Gloves shall be free of holes and defects.


The selection of hand protection shall be based on the specific task being performed,
conditions present, duration of exposure, potential hazards identified and performance
characteristics of the glove material. A listing of gloves and their application has been
included in Attachment 9.3.



5.8 Foot Protection


Safety-toed boots are required in all designated work areas outside the site office.
Footwear shall meet the requirements of ANSI Z41.1 (or equivalent standard). Protective
footwear shall have leather or rubber uppers that extend above the ankle, an oil resistant
sole, and a distinctive heel (raised 3/8 to ½ inch across the entire heel) for climbing
stairs and ladders.


Lace up or pull on styles are accepted, however lace up boots provide better ankle
support and are therefore preferred.


Chemical resistant foot protection is required when handling or working with hazardous
or corrosive materials.


Exceptions to this requirement, such as use of safety shoes by short-term visitors, shall
be approved by the BHP Billiton Petroleum Person in Charge.




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5.9 Respiratory Protection

Respiratory protection shall be worn in all designated areas and as outlined by the job
risk assessment. Respiratory protection shall meet the requirements outlined in OSHA
29 CFR Part 1910.134 – Respiratory Protection (or equivalent standard) and the BHP
Billiton Respiratory Protection Guideline No G29. The requirements shall be
implemented as part of a written Respiratory Protection Program, including:
   •     Procedures for the selection, use and care of specific respiratory protection used.
   •     Procedures to ensure regular health assessments and surveillance, fitness
         testing and training requirements for wearing respirators.
   •     The specific environments where the equipment is required and the relevant
         hazards.
   •     The respiratory protection requirements to be used in each environment,
         including limitations on efficiency of the respirator.
   •     Procedures for evaluating the effectiveness of the program.

The following work environments shall be addressed in the site plan:
   •     For fire fighting or confined spaces when there is a risk of insufficient oxygen.
   •     For protection against H2S or other hazardous atmospheres.
   •     For protection against dusts, mists, vapours, gases or particulates.

When dealing with chemicals, check the MSDS for specific guidance on respiratory
protection requirements. Where there is a risk of inhaling low levels of non-toxic dusts,
disposable dust masks shall be required.



5.10 Personal Fall Protection


Personal fall protection shall be worn in all designated areas and as required by the job
risk assessment and Permit to Work. Fall protection shall be worn where there is a risk
of falling from a height of 2 meters or more, or to gain access to within 2 meters of an
open edge where there is the potential to fall 2 meters or more, or as detailed by the job
risk assessment. Fall protection shall conform to the requirements set out under BHP
Billiton Fatal Risk Control Protocol 9 – Working at Heights.

The components of the personal fall protection system include:
   •     An engineered and appropriately rated anchor point.
   •     Automatic and/or self locking connecting mechanisms.
   •     A lanyard with deceleration capability.
   •     A full body harness.
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All fall protection equipment shall be inspected before each use and maintained
according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. A register of fall protection
equipment shall be maintained, including records of inspections for new and
replacement equipment.



5.11 Maintenance


All PPE shall be maintained in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications. All
PPE shall be inspected by the wearer prior to use, with regular inspections performed by
trained personnel on a recurring schedule.



5.12 Audits


Audits of PPE use shall be conducted on at least a quarterly basis in accordance with
Personal Protective Equipment Compliance Auditing Guideline No G23. A full review of
the PPE procedure shall be conducted on a recurring basis to verify compliance and
identify areas for improvement. The schedule for reviewing this procedure shall be at
least every three years.



5.13 Training


All PPE requirements shall be reviewed during the site HSE induction process.


All employees, contractors, and visitors required to wear PPE shall be trained to know
the following:
   •     When PPE is required.
   •     What PPE is required.
   •     How to properly wear, remove and adjust the PPE.
   •     What are the limitations of the PPE.
   •     Proper care, maintenance and disposal of PPE.

Personnel shall demonstrate an understanding of the training and show their ability to
use PPE properly before being allowed to perform work. Retraining should be required if:
   •     There are changes at the work site that impacts the previous training.
   •     There are changes to the PPE used at the work site.
   •     There are inadequacies in the individual’s knowledge or use of the PPE.
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An accredited trainer shall be used for training on specialized PPE, such as fall arrest
equipment.



6.0 RESPONSIBILITIES


6.1 Person in Charge


The responsibility for ensuring compliance with this procedure rests with the site Person
in Charge to ensure that:
   •     All risks at the work site have been risk assessed to determine PPE
         requirements.
   •     Designated work areas requiring PPE are clearly and correctly marked.
   •     A written PPE plan detailing more specific requirements, such as a Respiratory
         Protection or Hearing Conservation Program, necessary to comply with this
         standard, Corporate HSEC policy and local regulations has been developed,
         signed off and posted at the work site.
   •     The PPE requirements have been communicated to all employees, visitors and
         contractors working at the site.
   •     The PPE identified by risk assessment is available on site and properly stored.
   •     Personnel are trained in the selection, maintenance and use of the PPE.
   •     The line manager sets an example by ensuring PPE is worn according to the
         requirements of this standard.



6.2 Site HSE Advisor


The site HSE Advisor is responsible for verifying compliance with this standard through
periodic assessments and reviews using the PPE audit process (Corp HSEC Guideline
G23 – PPE Compliance Auditing). All non-compliances shall be brought to the attention
of the Person in Charge.



6.3 Employees, Contractors and Visitors


All employees, contractors and visitors are responsible for learning the site PPE
requirements, wearing and using the PPE appropriate for a work activity, and complying
with the requirements set out in this standard.


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7.0 RECORDS


The following records shall be maintained:
   •     Records of site risk assessments to identify hazards and job risk assessments
         (JRA’s) for identifying specific PPE requirements.
   •     Records of personnel training and competency assessment.
   •     Records of noise surveys, health surveillance, and other industrial hygiene
         studies performed at the site.
   •     A Work Site PPE Poster shall be posted at the site and the material in this
         document included in all work site HSE inductions.
   •     Instances of repeat non-compliance with the procedure shall be recorded on a
         “hazard” or “near miss” report and entered into First Priority Enterprise (FPE).
         This includes any event where an article of PPE performs its protective function
         (eg. impact to safety glasses, steel toed boot, hard hat, etc).



8.0 UPDATES TO THIS DOCUMENT


This is a Petroleum HSE Controlled Document. Requests for updates to Petroleum HSE
Controlled Documents shall be documented on the Petroleum HSE Document – Update
Request Form and sent to the Petroleum HSE Systems Support email in the GAL.



9.0 ATTACHMENTS

9.1 – Work Site PPE Poster
9.2 – Eye and Face Protection Selection Guide
9.3 – Glove Selection Guide




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9.1 Work Site PPE Poster




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9.2 Eye and Face Protection Selection Guide
         Type                     Hazard Source                                Risk Assessment              Protection
                           •    IMPACT – Chipping, grinding,              Flying fragments, objects,      Glasses with side
                               machining, masonry work,                   large chips, particles, sand,   protection, goggles
                               woodworking, sawing, drilling,             dirt                            or face shields
                               chiseling, power fastening,
                               riveting and sanding

                           • IMPACT – as above, plus high                 Flying fragments, objects,      Face shields
                             pressure water spray                         large chips, particles, sand,   Reflective face
                                                                          dirt
                           • HEAT – sparks from oxy                                                       shields
                             acetylene welding




                           • CHEMICALS – Acid and                         Splashes                        Goggles
                             chemicals handling
                                                                          Irritating Mist                 For severe
                           • IMPACT – as above                                                            exposure, use face
                                                                                                          shields


                           • DUST – Woodworking, buffing, Dust in eyes                                    Goggles, eyecup or
                             dusty conditions                                                             cover type




                           • LIGHT and RADIATION                          Optical Radiation               Welding helmets or
                           • Electric arc welding                         Hot sparks                      welding shields

                                                                          High temperatures               - shade 10-14




                           • LIGHT and RADIATION                          Optical Radiation               Welding goggles
                           • Gas or oxyacetylene welding                                                  - gas shade 4-8
                             and cutting
                                                                                                          - cutting shade 3-6
                                                                                                          - brazing shade 3-4


                           • LIGHT and RADIATION                          Optical Radiation               Shaded glasses with
                                                                                                          face shield
                           • Cutting, torch brazing and torch
                             soldering                                                                    - shade 1.5 - 3

                           • LIGHT and RADIATION                          Optical Radiation               Shaded glasses or
                           • Glare                                        Poor vision                     special purpose
                                                                                                          lenses




Note : Care should be taken to recognize the possibility of multiple and simultaneous exposure to a variety
of hazards. Adequate protection against the highest level of each of the hazards should be provided.
Protective devices do not provide unlimited protection.
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9.3 Glove Selection Guide
                                                                                                                         4 5 4 4
   GLOVES FOR MECHANICAL HAZARDS TESTED AGAINST
          INTERNATIONAL STANDARD – EN:388
                                                                                             Abrasion Rating
 Performance in each of these areas is measured on a scale of 1 to 4
         for abrasion, tear, and puncture, and 1 to 5 for cut.                               Blade cut Rating
         The higher the rating, the better the glove performs.                               Tear Rating
                                                                                             Puncture Rating

    Glove                      Use & Notes                                          Description                 EN388 Rating
                                                                                                                  (Refer above)
                       •     Mechanical Hazards only                       MSA Grand Prix                         3244
                       •     Poor Dexterity                                Riggers Gloves - Leather




                       •    Mechanical Hazards only                        Hyd Tuf, Nitrile                       3111
                       •    Poor Dexterity




                       •    Mechanical Hazards only                        Max FlexPoly / Nitrile                 3141
                       •    Highly Flexible
                       •    High Dexterity



                       •    Mechanical Hazards only                        Contego Mechanics                      3231
                       •    Good Dexterity




                       •    Mechanical Hazards                             FirePro 2 Gloves Firefighting          2323
                       •    Fire and Heat Resistant




                       •    Mechanical Hazards                             223024 Ansell Welding – 40cm           3122
                       •    Heat Resistant
                       •    Poor Dexterity



                       •    Mechanical Hazards                             Hercules Flexylite                     4111
                       •    Chemical Hazards
                           (refer to relevant MSDS)
                       •    Average Dexterity




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                               Personal Protective Equipment

                   •    Chemical Hazards                               Ansell Sol-vex, lined, Green   N/A
                       (refer to relevant MSDS)
                   •    Average Dexterity


                   •    Chemical Hazards                               Ansell Touch n Tuff            N/A
                       (refer to relevant MSDS)
                   •    High Dexterity


                   •    Chemical Hazards                               Neoprene Heavyweight, elbow    N/A
                                                                       length
                       (refer to relevant MSDS)
                   •    Poor Dexterity


                   •    Chemical Hazards                               PVC 45cm 743320, Red BOC       N/A
                       (refer to relevant MSDS)                        WSP

                   •    Poor Dexterity




Note 1: Mechanical hazards gloves DO NOT provide chemical protection. When using
chemicals always refer to the product MSDS to ensure the correct glove is used.


Note 2: Refer to specialist advice for electrical work gloves.




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