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An employer is legally responsible if he doesn't enforce personal protection equipment use under the regulations
He has a "duty of care" under the law to enforce the use of PPE and any employee that refuses to use PPE is entitled to be dismissed by the employer for that very reason
Under the regulation an employer has to provide all PPE and safety equipment and to ensure that such equipment is compliant with the standards and be comfortable to wear and use
That is the workplace , Health and Safety regulation in this country but as you do not state where you are , your country safety regulations may not be as comprehensive as here
Posted on May 01, 2017
Yes they can require you wear protective gear. By accepting the paycheck you give up certain rights of choice, this has be challenged in federal court many times and upheld every time. Think about it, if you are injured who are you going to sue or ask compensation from if it happens on the job. If you disagree quit and move on.
Posted on May 01, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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