Of course you think you are, but what happens when there are hazards you don't know you're exposed to until it's too late?
Isn't worker safety worth being 100% sure you're covering every angle? Understanding every potential hazard will help you save lives, maybe even your own.
Did You Know...
Medical evaluations must be given as a way to track changes in respiratory health and any changes weight, surgery, dental work, scarring and eyewear will affect the level of protection it offers! Facial hairis a no-no. Anything that can break the respirator seal can impact protection level.In standard 29 CFR 1910.134 and 1926.103, OSHA says you must provide a respirator if your employees work in environments that include any of the following:
•Insufficient oxygen •Harmful dusts