Tag : Respirator-fit Testing

Workplace Safety Violations and What You Need to Know About Respiratory Protection
27 December 2022 | Lung Health Testing

Workplace Safety Violations and What You Need to Know About Respiratory Protection

Respiratory Protection is among the top 3 safety violations released by OSHA in 2022. Here’s how you can help mitigate future risks!

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Qualitative v. Quantitative Respirator Fit Testing
6 December 2022 | Lung Health Testing

Qualitative v. Quantitative Respirator Fit Testing

Delve into the differences between qualitative and quantitative respirator fit testing including the pros and cons of each test and tips for choosing the right test for your workforce.

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What is the CSA Group, and How is it Important for Respirator-Fit Testing?
20 July 2022 | General, Lung Health Testing

What is the CSA Group, and How is it Important for Respirator-Fit Testing?

The CSA Group is a standards organization that develops standards in several areas, including respirator selection, care, use, and testing. Formerly known as the Canadian Standards Association (CSA), the CSA Group is integral to SureHire’s Respirator-Fit Testing program.

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What is OSHA, and why is it Important for Respirator Fit Testing?
7 July 2022 | General, Lung Health Testing, Pre-Employment

What is OSHA, and why is it Important for Respirator Fit Testing?

OSHA is one of several organizations integral to SureHire’s Respirator-Fit Testing service. We follow OSHA’s respirator-fit testing protocols to ensure the health and safety of the person wearing the respirator.

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What is NIOSH and Why is it Important for Respirator Fit Testing?
7 June 2022 | General, Lung Health Testing

What is NIOSH and Why is it Important for Respirator Fit Testing?

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is one of several organizations integral to SureHire’s Respirator-Fit (Mask-Fit) Testing program. If you have employees using respirators and are engaging in respirator-fit testing (mask-fit testing), it is important to understand how organizations like NIOSH influence the equipment and testing services.

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