Selection, Use, and Care of Respiratory Protection Equipment
Present a review of respiratory protection fundamentals, including selection, fit testing, and application of Protection Factors. Provide examples of use in various applications with both air-purifying and atmosphere supplying types. Review applicable regulations and standards and review maintenance best practices.
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: October 19, 2017
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
Guy Colonna is the Division Director, managing the Technical Services department for the National Fire Protection Association, where he links the needs of various stakeholders with the technical staff.
He has been with NFPA for 30 years and holds engineering degrees from the US Coast Guard Academy and Stanford University. He is also a registered professional engineer in chemical engineering in Massachusetts.
His past responsibilities at NFPA have included management of industrial and chemical fire protection standards development projects dealing with safeguards at dust hazard process locations, explosives, industrial fire brigades, explosion protection systems including venting of deflagrations, chemical classification, and pyrotechnics and special effects.
He developed and instructs NFPA's confined space safety training courses and combustible dust and explosion protection seminars. He has previously served as the Executive Secretary to the Industrial Fire Protection Section of the NFPA. He has served on Department of Transportation and Department of Labor-OSHA advisory committees representing NFPA.
He is the author of technical papers and presentations on confined space safe practices, hot work safe practices, chemical hazard identification and classification, combustible dusts fire and explosion hazard protection, and pyrotechnics and special effects. He is the editor of the NFPA Guide to Combustible Dusts.
He is a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Chemical Society, Society of Fire Protection Engineers, and American Society of Safety Engineers.
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Duration: 1 Hour