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OSHA Fit Testing Procedures: General Requirements for Test Exercises

Posted by Eric Borecky on Mon, Oct 09, 2017

As part of a company's respiratory protection program, for an individual to be able to use a respirator, they must be initially fit tested and annually thereafter to assure the respirator provides a tight fitting seal. To make sure your organization is performing fit tests appropriately, we've compiled several OSHA requirements from Appendix A to 1910.134: Fit Testing Procedures (Mandatory). Keep reading to see the general requirements for test exercises as described by OSHA

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Respirator Fit Tests: Quantitative vs. Qualitative

Posted by Pete Schooling on Mon, Sep 11, 2017

In my last post, I discussed OSHA's Respiratory Protection standard, 29 CFR 1910.134, and what employees need to do before using a respirator. In that post, I promised a follow up detailing the two different types of fit tests, quantitative and qualitative, which is what I am here to review today.

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Tags: fit test, fit testing, respiratory protection, respiratory protection plan, respirators, healthcare, higher education, industrial, life sciences, OSHA

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