Managing Respiratory Protection Programs - Review and Recent Updates - The Respiratory Protection Program (RPP) Administrator 2020
Requirements of OSHA’s respiratory protection standard, 29 CFR 1910;134, can be overwhelming for even the most seasoned safety professionals. The challenges include changing procedures for respirator use to fit testing, employee training, and developing a site-specific respiratory protection program. On top of these concerns, every industry, such as healthcare, general industry, construction, and emergency response each has its own unique concerns and needs. These concerns can include hospital decon teams, reuse of filtering facepiece respirators during pandemic events, construction sites, and emergency response to CBRNE incidents. Confusion is not a defense for noncompliance, following the regulations and industry best practices is vital for companies that want to protect their workers and their bottom lines.
29 CFR 1910.134 – The employer shall be responsible for the establishment and maintenance of a written respiratory protection program. The program must be administered by a suitable trained program administrator trained to the complexity of the program.
This Respiratory Protection program is designed for individuals who may design, develop, implement, administer and substain a respiratory protection program. This course will help participants develop and maintain a respiratory protection program that complies with all state and federal regulations.
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DATE: February 27, 2020
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
Dennis A. Terpin, PhD, O.H.S.T. is a member of the ASTM F23.65 International Technical Committee on Respiratory Protection. Dennis is the Senior Industrial Hygienist/Emergency Manager for the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Terpin is a Certified Master Level Instructor for FEMA/DHS teaching at the Center for Domestic Preparedness COBRA live agent training center instructing in respiratory protection.
Honeywell Industrial Safety
For those who work with toxic chemicals and other hazardous substances, respirators are an essential component of an effective safety program. Selecting the appropriate respirator must take into consideration the unique hazards of each worker’s particular job and job site. Hazards vary widely, from airborne particulates such as dust, fumes, gas, and vapors, or any combination of these. Honeywell offers a multitude of respirators and related equipment covering a broad spectrum of industries and work hazards. https://industrialsafety.honeywell.com/en-us/products/by-category/respiratory-protection
Your respiratory protection program starts here. Running a successful respiratory protection program means navigating a maze of regulations and anticipating hazards. Consider us your resource. Whenever you are in the process, 3M can help guide you to the information and details you need. 3M.com/RespiratoryProtection
Date: Feb 27, 2020
Time: 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 1 Hour