Tag: Respiratory Protection
Wildfires and the smoke they produce are now unavoidable realities of modern life. OSHA requires you to reduce employees’ exposure to polluted air. Here are some steps to keep your workforce safe.
Respirators are a must in workplaces with hazardous airborne contaminants. Learn how to use medical evaluations and fit testing to stay in line with OSHA’s standards.
Wildfire smoke and other forms of air pollution are health hazards. That means employers are legally required to protect their workers from them.
Are your employees wearing their masks properly and consistently? Learn how to develop and implement a safe and compliant workplace face covering policy.
Do you know which jobs require respirators, the differences between devices, and how to ensure respirators fit? Take KPA’s Respiratory Protection Pop Quiz.
OSHA’s respiratory protection standard outlines how to minimize worker exposure to hazardous air. Learn what’s required and how to ensure safe respirator use.
Keeping your employees safe over the long-term is challenging in a shop environment like a collision center. Employees can be exposed to Volatile Organic Carbons, Solvents, Isocyanates, and a myriad of other chemicals.
To protect people from smoke, dust, gases, low-oxygen environments, and other airborne risks, OSHA requires millions of workers to wear respirators.