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Posted by Duane Tinker on
I don’t understand why you keep telling us we have to implement an OSHA Respiratory Protection Program – we don’t use respirators.
- The terminology around masks and respirators is the cause of a lot of confusion. You use N-95 masks, which you call “masks”. The N-95 mask is classified by OSHA as Face Filtering Respirators (FFR). As such, N-95 respirator masks are subject to the requirements OSHA’s Respiratory Protection standard (1910.134).