Respiratory Protection (US)



Respiratory Protection (US)
Respiratory Protection (US): A single exposure to an airborne chemical can cause health effects that may last for the rest of your life. If your workplace contains dangerous chemicals or hazardous atmospheres, you need to know when and how to wear a respirator. This training will present the basic requirements of respiratory protection and will focus on the types and limitations of respirators. Learners include all employees.


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Who Should Take the Training?

Entry level workers

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Standards Covered

OSHA 29 CFR 1926


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the purpose of a respiratory protection course?

The purpose of a respiratory protection course is to educate individuals on the proper use and maintenance of respiratory protection equipment in order to prevent respiratory hazards and health risks.

Who should take a respiratory protection course?

Anyone who is required to use respiratory protection equipment in their workplace, such as healthcare workers, construction workers, miners, and firefighters, should take a respiratory protection course.

What are the potential respiratory hazards that can be prevented by taking a respiratory protection course?

Some potential respiratory hazards that can be prevented by taking a respiratory protection course include exposure to hazardous chemicals, dust, smoke, fumes, and airborne diseases.

What are the different types of respiratory protection equipment?

There are several types of respiratory protection equipment, including N95 respirators, half-face and full-face respirators, powered air-purifying respirators, and self-contained breathing apparatuses (SCBA).

How often should respiratory protection equipment be inspected and cleaned?

Respiratory protection equipment should be inspected and cleaned before and after each use, and according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. It should also be checked for proper fit and functionality on a regular basis.