NIOSH Lab's Red Carpet Out for Respirator Makers

The July 14 meeting to be hosted by the National Personal Protective Technology Laboratory at the DoubleTree Pittsburgh Airport Hotel will cover lots of issues.

The certification process, site and product audits, and private labeling and packaging are two of the topics on the agenda for a July 14 meeting to be hosted by NIOSH's National Personal Protective Technology Laboratory at the DoubleTree Pittsburgh Airport Hotel. NPPTL has invited all respirator manufacturers and "other interested parties" to attend.

Presentations will begin at 9 a.m. and are scheduled to end at 4 p.m., including time for appointments or breakout sessions with NPPTL personnel, including Heinz Ahlers, chief of the NPPTL Technology Evaluation Branch.

Attendees are asked to register in advance by visiting this page and e-mailing or faxing the form. The meeting's agenda is here.

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