Personal Protective Equipment in Construction

2 modules

Course Length
20 mins

Monica Goulet



Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is designed to protect construction workers from physical dangers and/or health hazards. PPE provides protection and reduces the risk of hazards on a construction site.

This eLearning module will help learners identify the types of PPE worn on construction sites and when they should be used.

A minimum of 80% on the module questions must be achieved to achieve a certificate of completion. Learners will have the opportunity to receive feedback on their results and retry any questions. Learners must get to the last slide of the module and Click Exit module for completion to be recorded.


By the end of this program, learners will be able to:

  1.  Recognize the types of PPE found in construction.
  2.  Match each type of PPE with a particular hazard.
  3.  Identify when each type of PPE should be used.
  4.  Recognize that there are different types of PPE for different types and levels of protection.
  5.  Identify the training requirements for PPE.


By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate IHSA Record of Training.

Personal Protective Equipment
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