- Respiratory protection was listed in OSHA’s 2018 top 10 most cited violations.
- Two important changes in 2018 were the full scale implementation of the silica standard and the awareness of the risks associated with welding fumes.
- A strong respiratory protection program will help prevent exposure to contaminated air and subsequently related occupational illness, while keeping your employees safe.
Protect Your Employees
Respiratory Program Components
Develop written worksite specific procedures and conduct program evaluations.
Use National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) approved respirators.
Provide training and fit testing.
Perform regular inspection, cleaning, maintenance, and storage of respirators.
Provide medical evaluations, work area surveillance, and air quality.
Useful in providing comfort from pollen or other allergens. Not to be used for hazardous environments.
Can be used for dust, mists, and welding fumes. Does not provide protection from gases or vapors.
Can be used for protection against most vapors, acid gases, dust or welding fumes.
Can be used for protection against most vapors, acid gases, dust or welding fumes. Face-shield protects face/eyes from irritants & contaminants.
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