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The AccuFIT 9000 is a newly developed high-efficiency CNC device which uses the OSHA protocol as outlined in 29 CFR 1910.134, Respiratory Protection Programs.
Pompeii emphasized, "It is essential for health care settings to have these required OSHA respiratory protection program elements in order to protect their workers from getting sick."
Implementing Hospital Respiratory Protection Programs: Strategies from the Field (K.
If implementing them is not feasible, then respiratory protection programs are required.
* Ensure that the respiratory protection program meets all applicable requirements of the OSHA Respiratory Standard (29 CFR 1910.134).
November 19-21: "Respiratory Protection Program," OSHA Training Institute Course, Wingate Inn, Cleveland, TN.
The percentages of respirator-using establishments in the rubber and plastics industry with indication of a potentially inadequate respiratory protection program are listed, along with suggestions to improve respirator programs.
OSHA eventually went on to update the standard in 1998 to incorporate technological advancements and reflect an improved scientific understanding of the elements needed for an effective respiratory protection program. OSHA included provisions addressing employee training, fit testing, medical evaluation and more in the 1998 standard but deferred specifying definitions and requirements for APFs until a future rulemaking.
To the Editor: The US Department of Labor recommends air-purifying respirators (e.g., N95, N99, or N100) as part of a comprehensive respiratory protection program for workers directly involved with avian influenza-infected birds or patients (1).
The employer must provide the DHCP with respirators and establish a written respiratory protection program when applicable.
Leaders may also consider using a respirator program, as outlined in Title 29 Code of Federal Regulation 1910.134 (29 CFR 1910.134) and Army Regulation 11-34, The Army Respiratory Protection Program. Army engineer leaders also should ensure that soldiers are informed of the following items as they relate to working with silica:
The use of respirators also requires implementation of a respiratory protection program. And, as mentioned above, employers should ensure they are in compliance with hazard communication requirements to provide MSDSs and train their employees about the hazards of wood dusts and the protective measures in the workplace.