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1 Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) University of New Mexico Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Learning Module Participant Guide This learning module (LM) contains: Primary Knowledge (Reading Material) PPE Activity Final Assessment The purpose of this learning module is to familiarize you with the types of PPE found in manufacturing and laboratory environments, the purpose of PPE and what type of PPE is required for different tasks. Target audiences: High School, Community College, University Made possible through grants from the National Science Foundation Department of Undergraduate Education # , , and Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and creators, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) NSF ATE Center 2009 Regents of the University of New Mexico Content is protected by the CC Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike license. Website:

2 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Description and Estimated Time Primary Knowledge Participant Guide When manufacturing microsystems in a cleanroom environment there are many hazardous materials involved; therefore, in many cases, specific personal protective equipment (PPE) is required. This unit provides information on the types of PPE found in manufacturing and laboratory environments, the purpose of PPE and what type of PPE is required for different tasks and different materials. This unit discusses the following concepts: Why PPE is important in microsystems manufacturing Types of PPE used in microsystems manufacturing How to use the PPE appropriately Estimated time required: Allow approximately 30 minutes Purpose This PPE unit provides an introduction to the personal protective equipment that must be worn when working with hazardous materials in microsystems manufacturing. This information should be discussed before performing any activities involving the handling hazardous materials. Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 1 of 12

3 Introduction There are many chemical processes involved in the manufacturing of microsystems. Large amounts of acids, bases, and solvents are used for a variety of cleaning, developing, and etching processes. Chemical use can be dangerous therefore a high level of preventative practices must be employed. Exposure to many chemicals used in these processes could result in serious injury or can even be fatal. When working with chemicals, PPE must be used to prevent exposure. Acid PPE required for corrosives used in Microsystems manufacturing [Photo courtesy of Bob Willis] Objectives State why PPE should be used when handling hazardous materials. State the types of PPE commonly used in microsystems manufacturing. Describe the appropriate use of PPE for a specific situation. Dependencies It would be helpful to review the following SCME units. Hazardous Materials I Hazardous Materials II Key Terms Hazardous Material (HazMat) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Health Hazard Physical Hazard Equipment Hazard Respirator Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 2 of 12

4 Types of Hazards Present in Microsystems Manufacturing When manufacturing microsystems, you may encounter many hazards from which you must be protected. The following are potential hazards that exists in a microsystems manufacturing environment: Health Hazard due to chemical exposure - Exposure may cause acute or chronic health effects. Physical Hazard due to chemical exposure - Chemical produces a violent change when subjected to external factors such as heat, vibration, or oxygen, or in some cases, standard temperature and pressure. Equipment Hazard - Exposure to dangerous equipment and/or equipment supplies or tools (e.g. electrical, mechanical movements, radiation, punctures, cuts, burns). Hazardous materials can be in the following forms: Liquids Solids Gases Vapors Fumes Mists Fibers Dust It is very important to use the appropriate protective equipment when working with or around any hazardous chemical or equipment. States of Hazardous Materials used in Microsystems Manufacturing Routes of Entry of Hazardous Chemicals Hazardous chemicals may cause bodily damage by one or more of the following routes of entry: Inhalation - breathing it in Dermal (Adsorption) - penetrating or irritating the skin or eye Ingestion - swallowing Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 3 of 12

5 Common Health Effects Caused by Exposure to these Hazardous Chemicals When exposed to a hazardous chemical, the primary concern is whether the exposure damages the body or the environment. There are a variety of health effects resulting from exposure to a hazardous substance. These effects range from a simple rash to the most extreme, death. The following list contains some common health hazards associated with chemicals. Irritant - irritating effect Sensitizer - allergy developed over time Asphyxiant - suffocation Carcinogen - cancer causing Mutagen - changes genetic makeup in fetus Teratogen - affects developing fetus Common Everyday Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Common types of PPE [Photo courtesy of Barb Lopez] Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) includes all clothing and other accessories designed to protect against hazards during work and/or play. People use PPE to protect themselves during many jobs and activities. Above are several types of PPE. Bullet proof vests protect police officers from gunshot wounds. Fire protective gear protects firemen from burns and exposure to smoke. Oven mitts prevent burning while removing food from the oven. Helmets prevent potential head injuries from bicycles or motorcycles accidents. Seatbelts prevent injury in case of an automobile accident. These are just a few examples of common, everyday PPE. PPE makes working and playing safer and more productive. Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 4 of 12

6 OSHA PPE Standard Personal Protective Equipment is so important that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) established a Personal Protective Equipment Standard. OSHA standard 29 CFR requires that employers must establish and administer an effective personal protective equipment (PPE) program for employees and employees must be trained in the proper use of PPE. PPE Used in Microsystems Manufacturing Microsystems manufacturing involves a variety of acid, alkalis, and solvents that are potentially hazardous to the worker s health and safety. Therefore, in addition to the cleanroom garments required for anyone entering a cleanroom, PPE is required for anyone handling hazardous materials. The purpose of PPE is to protect workers from chemical, physical, and biological hazards that may be encountered in the workplace. Careful selection and use of PPE protects the respiratory system, skin, and eyes. Cleanroom garments protect the environment from human contamination. They do not protect the worker from hazardous materials. PPE is available for the following parts of the body: Respiratory system Several types of respirators protect from atmospheric hazards such as gases, vapors, fumes, and particles. Hands A variety of gloves protect from the absorption of harmful substances, severe cuts or lacerations, severe abrasions, punctures, chemical burns, thermal burns, and harmful temperature extremes. Eyes and face Safety glasses, goggles, and face shields protect from flying particles, liquid chemicals, acids or caustic liquids, chemical gases or vapors, or potentially injurious light radiation. Feet Special footwear protects from falling objects or chemical spills. Body Aprons, smocks, and chemical resistant splash suits protect from acid or caustic chemical spills or splashes. Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 5 of 12

7 Atmospheric Hazards There are four states in which an atmospheric hazards may exist: Fumes Gases Vapors Particles Fumes contain both gases (vapors) and dusts. In many cases, the vapors are toxic or corrosive. For example, titanium tetrachloride (TiCl4) reacts immediately and violently with water vapor in the air to form dense white fumes. Inhalation of these fumes is dangerous because each component is hazardous. Hydrochloric acid (HCl) droplets cause chemical burns to the respiratory system, eyes and skin. The fine particles of titania further irritate the damaged tissues. Fumes generally require more careful attention than simple dusts or vapors. For example, a dust mask might be sufficient protection from some dusts, but it will not protect against fumes such as the highly corrosive HCl. It is very important to control or eliminate the generation of fumes when working with hazardous materials. Appropriate ventilation such as fume hoods and other engineering controls must be incorporated into the facility infrastructure. Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 6 of 12

8 PPE Protection for Respiratory System What is a Respirator? A respirator is a type of PPE that is usually used when ventilation controls such as fume hoods are not available. Respirators are designed to protect the respiratory system from inhalation of atmospheric hazards. They do this by either removing contaminants from the air before they are inhaled or by supplying an independent source of clean air. A respirator is a type of PPE that is worn over the nose and mouth. Some respirators also cover the eyes and face. Two types of respirators which will be discussed here: Air Purifying Respirators Supplied Air Respirators Air Purifying Respirator and Supplied Air Respirator [Photos courtesy of MATEC] Air Purifying Respirators (APR) Air purifying respirators use filters to prevent atmospheric hazards in the air from entering the respirator. This ensures that ONLY clean air is breathed in. Supplied Air Respirators (SAR) Supplied air respirators prevent air contaminated with an atmospheric hazard from entering the respirator. Clean air comes from a tank worn on one's back or through an airline that brings in clean air from a remote source. Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 7 of 12

9 How to Use a Respirator Concerns Before Using a Respirator Using a respirator requires the lungs and the heart to work harder. If you have a lung or heart condition, wearing a respirator may be dangerous. If a medical condition prevents you from wearing a respirator, you cannot protect yourself from breathing in harmful contaminants in the air; therefore, you should not work in areas where hazardous fumes, particles or vapors are possible. Facial hair prevents a respirator from forming a tight seal against the skin allowing contaminants to leak under the respirator. All facial hair that touches the edge of the respirator must be shaved before using the respirator. Properly Fitting a Respirator If the respirator does not fit properly, it will not provide proper protection against atmospheric hazards. When your job requires a respirator, you should be fit-tested by a qualified person at least once a year. Every time you put on the respirator, a seal check should be performed. This makes sure it fits and is properly positioned on your face Seal Check To perform a seal check, firmly cover the exhalation ports on the mask with the palms of your hands (see graphic below). Inhale and exhale more strongly than usual. If you do not detect any air flow in or out of the edges around the respirator, then the respirator fits properly. Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 8 of 12

10 PPE Protection for Hands Acid Gloves (orange) and Solvent Gloves (green) [Photo courtesy of MATEC] When working in a cleanroom environment, it is necessary to wear gloves to protect hands from exposure to cleanroom hazards as well as to protect the cleanroom environment from particles from the hands. Latex or nitrile disposable gloves are worn for common cleanroom practices. However, extra hand protection is required when handling acids or solvents. It is important to wear "acid gloves" when working with acids and "solvent gloves" when working with solvents. Proper use of Gloves Acid Gloves Acid gloves are worn over the common cleanroom disposable gloves. Acid gloves are made of a variety of materials, but the most common material is a thick rubber based composite (nitrile rubber, butyl rubber, natural rubber). Some facilities require two or three pairs of acid gloves to be worn on top of each other. When putting on the acid gloves, a two inch cuff is made to prevent acid from running down the arm. (See picture below) If multiple gloves are worn, only the last glove requires the two inch cuff. [Photos courtesy of Bob Willis] When removing, pull the gloves off from the cuffs, turning the gloves inside out as shown in the picture on the right. Place the gloves into the acid waste container. Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 9 of 12

11 Solvent Gloves Solvent gloves are chemical resistant. They shield the hands from exposure to most chemical cleaners and solvents. When working with solvents they must be worn over the common cleanroom disposable gloves. Solvent gloves are very similar to acid gloves but are most commonly made of thick nitrile. When putting on the solvent gloves, a two inch cuff is made to prevent solvents from running down the arm. When removing, pull off gloves from the cuffs, turning the gloves inside out. Place gloves into the solvent waste container. Leak Test Before using, acid gloves and solvent gloves should be tested to ensure there are no holes or leaks. There are many ways to test for leaks, but the most convenient way is to seal the edges of the glove to your mouth with your hand, blow into it like a balloon, and listen for air leaks. Another method is to inflate with nitrogen, submerse in water and watch for bubbles. If a leak is detected, dispose of the leaky glove and perform the leak test with a new pair of gloves. Repeat this process until no leaks are found. PPE Protection for Eyes and Face Safety Glasses and Eye Goggles Eye goggles and/or safety glasses are common gowning attire when working in a cleanroom. Safety glasses and goggles must have side shields. Because contact lenses are discouraged when working in a cleanroom, goggles and safety glasses are generally made to fit over eye glasses. Eye goggles and safety glasses can also be made with prescription lenses for those who are exposed to eye hazards for an extended part of the workday. Face Shield Safety Glasses, Safety Goggles, and Face Shield [Photos courtesy of MATEC] When working with acids and solvents, a special face shield must be worn to further protect the eyes and face against any splashes. The safety goggles or glasses should cover the eyes at all times. The face shield is worn over the goggles or glasses. Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 10 of 12

12 PPE Protection for Body Acid Aprons When using acids and solvents in a cleanroom, extra protection is required above and beyond a cleanroom smock or bunnysuit. Full length acid aprons provide the necessary protection. In the case of a splash, acid aprons can be removed much more quickly than a bunnysuit or smock. Acid aprons are commonly made from a rubber based composite. When finished working with acids or solvents, aprons should be removed carefully to prevent any chemicals on the aprons from contaminating other areas. Chemical Resistant Splash Suits Chemical resistant splash suits offer a high degree of protection against a wide range of chemical contaminants. They are most commonly used when cleaning hazardous material spills. These suits are generally made from Neoprene or a rubber based composite. [Photos courtesy of the MTTC] PPE Protection for Feet When working in a cleanroom it is important to protect the feet from chemical spills and dropped objects. Cleanroom booties are common gowning attire; however, they do not provide adequate protection. Non-porous, closed toe shoes with a closed heel must be worn under the booties. Chemical Resistant Boots Vinyl boots are used when cleaning up hazardous chemical spills, usually under the chemical resistant splash suit. These boots provide extra protection against acids and solvents. Chemical Resistant Boots [Photo courtesy of MATEC] Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 11 of 12

13 Summary Manufacturing microsystems involves the use of hazardous materials. When working with these materials it is essential to understand the dangers involved and the equipment needed to provide the proper personal protection. This unit discussed the hazards in the workplace and the personal protective equipment (PPE) necessary to protect from any bodily injury. When using PPE, it is important to use it properly. References OSHA - General requirements Personal Protective Equipment. MSDS Hyperglossary - OSHA PPE Training - Related SCME Learning Modules Hazardous Materials I and II Safety Data Sheets (SDS) Disclaimer The information contained herein is considered to be true and accurate; however the Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) makes no guarantees concerning the authenticity of any statement. SCME accepts no liability for the content of this unit, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided. Support for this work was provided by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Program. For more learning modules related to safety and microtechnology, visit the SCME website ( Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 12 of 12

14 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Activity Participant Guide Introduction Manufacturing microsystems involves working with hazardous materials. Anyone who works with hazardous materials must understand the personal and environmental hazards involved with these materials, as well as the proper personal protection that must be employed. This activity will exercise your knowledge of the personal protective equipment (PPE) necessary to work with these hazardous materials. Description and Estimated Time to Complete This activity provides A crossword puzzle which utilizes your knowledge of PPE Post-activity questions pertaining to PPE and its correct usage Allow at least 15 minutes to complete the crossword puzzle. Allow 10 minutes to complete the Post-Activity questions. Activity Objectives and Outcomes Activity Objectives Identify the types of PPE used for various situations Activity Outcomes After the completion of this activity, you will have strengthened your knowledge of the PPE required when working with the hazardous materials involved in microsystems manufacturing. Dependencies It would be helpful to review the following SCME units: PPE PK This unit will be particularly helpful when answering the post-activity questions. Hazardous Materials I PK Hazardous Materials II PK Supplies A printout of the crossword puzzle Pencil The Post-activity Questions Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 1 of 4 Saf_HazMat_AC50_PG_March2017.docx PPE Activity

15 What Do You Know about PPE? Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 2 of 4 Saf_HazMat_AC50_PG_March2017.docx PPE Activity

16 PPE Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 2. Acid gloves are usually made of this type of composite material 4. What kind of hazard may cause acute or chronic health effects? 5. Hazard that sometimes contains both gases and dusts 7. Before wearing acid or solvent gloves you should check for these 9. A Air respirator uses a tank to supply outside air 10. Chemical resistant boots are worn to protect these 12. Cannot be worn on the eyes when in a cleanroom 14. protective equipment 16. This type of glove does not protect from acids or solvents DOWN 1. Which route of entry may cause a skin irritation? 2. A type of PPE designed to protect the respiratory system from inhalation of atmospheric hazards 3. Feet, hands, eyes, face, respiratory system, and 6. This shield must be used to protect the face when working with acids or solvents 8. An acid apron should be worn when using acids and 9. This check must be done before using a respirator 11. Acid gloves should be disposed in the acid 13. This organization has established a PPE standard 15. Solvent gloves can protect from this form of hazardous material Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 3 of 4 Saf_HazMat_AC50_PG_March2017.docx PPE Activity

17 Post-Activity Questions 1. Name the 6 parts of the body that PPE is designed to protect against hazardous materials. 2. What 2 types of special gloves can be worn as PPE when working with hazardous materials? 3. Name the two types of respirators used to protect the respiratory system when working with PPE. 4. Name three articles of PPE that should be worn when handling acids. Summary Manufacturing microsystems involves hazardous materials. When working with these materials it is essential to understand the dangers involved and the equipment needed to provide the proper personal protection. References MSDS Hyperglossary - OSHA PPE Training - Disclaimer The information contained herein is considered to be true and accurate; however the Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) makes no guarantees concerning the authenticity of any statement. SCME accepts no liability for the content of this unit, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided. Support for this work was provided by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Program. For more learning modules related to safety and microtechnology, visit the SCME website ( Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 4 of 4 Saf_HazMat_AC50_PG_March2017.docx PPE Activity

18 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Assessment Participant Guide Introduction The purpose of this final assessment is to test your knowledge of personal protective equipment (PPE) after completing the PPE Primary Knowledge, and/or the PPE Activity. This assessment determines your understanding of why PPE is necessary, what PPE is used in microsystems manufacturing, and the proper use of this PPE. What do you know about PPE in microsystems manufacturing? Complete this assessment and demonstrate your current knowledge of PPE and its correct usage. Questions (Circle the correct answer or fill in the blank) 1. Fumes may contain both vapors and dust particles. a. True b. False 2. Which of the following are possible routes of entry for hazardous chemicals? a. Inhalation b. Ingestion c. Dermal d. All of the Above 3. The following illustrates the proper eye protection when working with acids. a. True b. False 4. This PPE is designed to protect what system of the body? Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 1 of 2 Saf_HazMat_FA50_PG_March2017.docx PPE Assessment - PG

19 5. Which of the following is NOT a state in which an atmospheric hazard may be present? a. Liquids b. Gases c. Particles d. Fumes 6. Which of the following PPE is NOT necessary when working with acids or solvents in a properly ventilated area? a. Acid or Solvent Gloves b. Acid/Solvent Apron c. Respirator d. Face Shield 7. The following does NOT need to be done when wearing acid or solvent gloves. a. Leak Check b. Seal Check c. Wear 2 inch cuff d. Dispose of in the proper waste container 8. Under normal working conditions, the following MUST be worn when handling acids. a. True b. False 9. Closed toe shoes must always be worn when working with hazardous materials. a. True b. False 10. What type of PPE is required when working with corrosives? Support for this work was provided by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Program. For more learning modules related to safety and microtechnology, visit the SCME website ( Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Page 2 of 2 Saf_HazMat_FA50_PG_March2017.docx PPE Assessment - PG

20 Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) Learning Modules available for scme-nm.org MEMS Introductory Topics MEMS Fabrication MEMS History MEMS: Making Micro Machines DVD and LM (Kit) Units of Weights and Measures A Comparison of Scale: Macro, Micro, and Nano Introduction to Transducers Introduction to Sensors Introduction to Actuators Problem Solving A Systematic Approach Crystallography for Microsystems (Crystallography Kit) Deposition Overview Microsystems (Science of Thin Films Kit) Photolithography Overview for Microsystems Etch Overview for Microsystems (Bulk Micromachining An Etch Process Kit) MEMS Micromachining Overview LIGA Micromachining Simulation Activities (LIGA Micromachining Lithography & Electroplating Kit) Manufacturing Technology Training Center Pressure Sensor Process (Three Activity Kits) A Systematic Approach to Problem Solving Introduction to Statistical Process Control Learning Microsystems Through Problem Solving Activity and related kit MEMS Applications MEMS Applications Overview Microcantilevers (Microcantilever Model Kit) Atomic Force Microscope Overview Micro Pressure Sensors and The Wheatstone Bridge (Modeling A Micro Pressure Sensor Kit) Micropumps Overview BioMEMS BioMEMS Overview BioMEMS Applications Overview DNA Overview DNA to Protein Overview Cells The Building Blocks of Life Biomolecular Applications for biomems BioMEMS Therapeutics Overview BioMEMS Diagnostics Overview Clinical Laboratory Techniques and MEMS MEMS for Environmental and Bioterrorism Applications Regulations of biomems DNA Microarrays (DNA Microarray Model Kit available) Microtechnology of Pacemakers Revised January 2017 Nanotechnology Nanotechnology: The World Beyond Micro (Supports the film of the same name by Silicon Run Productions) Safety Hazardous Materials Material Safety Data Sheets Interpreting Chemical Labels / NFPA Chemical Lab Safety Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Check our website regularly for the most recent versions of our Learning Modules. For more information about SCME and its Learning Modules and kits, visit our website scme-nm.org or contact Dr. Matthias Pleil at

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