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Refusal for Religious or Medical Reasons. There are three legitimate reasons employees may refuse to ,wear, their PPE: A medical condition which makes the PPE uncomfortable or harmful to ,wear,.; Ill-fitting PPE that compromises ,safety,.; Sikhs who ,wear, a turban – they are exempt from ,wearing, head protection when working ,on construction sites,.; Some people have allergies to certain fabrics or ...
What are the ,safety helmet, colours from January 2017 onwards? ,Safety helmet, colours on Build UK members' ,sites, should adhere to the following colour scheme on all new (and existing, where practicable) ,sites,:. White - for ,site, managers, competent operatives and vehicle marshalls (distinguished by the ,wearing, of a different coloured high-visibility vest).
Whether workers are allowed to ,wear, shorts on a ,construction site, depends on the ,site,’s policy. Clothing worn ,on construction sites, must protect against hazards. ,Wearing, shorts could leave the lower leg vulnerable to various injuries that could become infected, as well as weather conditions and trade specific hazards (such as overexposure to UV light when working with arc welders).
The goal of any disciplinary action for not wearing PPE is to effectively 'warn' the worker or employee who is violating the site or company safety rules in the hopes of getting them to wear PPE. The goal of communicating some disciplinary action to the worker is to not anger or frustrate them, but to inform them that their behaviour isn't in line with what is expected or accepted in the workplace.
In relation to your comment, Sections 11 and 12 of the Employment Act 1989 as amended by Section 6 of the Deregulation Act 2015 exempts turban-wearing Sikhs from any legal requirement to wear head protection at a workplace. For further information please click here. As a result, you will not be permitted to wear a helmet within your workplace.
The Employment Act 1989 exempts turban-wearing Sikhs from any requirement to wear head protection when working on construction sites. However, it does not extend to workplaces in other industries where head protection is often required, such as factories, warehouses and transportation.
“To prevent eye injuries, the PCBU of a welding workshop provided its welders ,safety, glasses to ,wear, under their welding ,helmets,. However, even after being instructed by the PCBU to always ,wear, the ,safety, glasses while welding, one worker regularly removed them.
However, during our senior manager’s visit to the ,construction site,, it was observed that basic ,safety, rules were being neglected. Many laborers were seen without proper work gear which includes a ,construction, cap, leather gloves, and masks for protection against asbestos. This is completely unacceptable to our company.