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Respiratory Protection

1-Bromopropane: OSHA/NIOSH Hazard Alert
(OSHA 3676 - 2014) (English: HTML PDF)

Abrasive Blasting: Protecting Workers from the Hazards of Abrasive Blasting Materials Fact Sheet
(OSHA FS 3697 - 2014) (English: PDF)

Chemical Exposures from Industrial Valve and Piping Systems
(1996, May 14) (English: HTML)

Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Escape Respirators
(2003, August 29) (English: HTML PDF)

Deaths Involving the Inadvertent Connection of Air-line Respirators to Inert Gas Supplies
(2004, April 27) (English: HTML PDF)

Ebola: Cleaning and Decontamination of Ebola on Surfaces Fact Sheet
(OSHA FS 3756 - 2016) (English: PDF)

Flu: Influenza in Workers and Pigs - Guidance for Commercial Swine Farmers and Pork Producers Fact Sheet
(2010) (English: HTML PDF)

General Respiratory Protection Guidance for Employers and Workers
(2011) (English: HTML)

Isocyanates: Do You Have Work-Related Asthma? A Guide for You and Your Doctor Fact Sheet
(OSHA FS-3707 - 2014) (English: PDF)

Personal Protective Equipment
(OSHA 3151 - 2004) (English: PDF)

Personal Protective Equipment Fact Sheet
(2000) (English: PDF)
(OSHA FS 3603 - 2012) (Portuguese: PDF)

Proposed Guidance on Workplace Stockpiling of Respirators and Facemasks for Pandemic Influenza
(2008, May 12) (English: PDF)

Respirator Medical Evaluation Questionnaire Infosheet
(OSHA 3789 - 2015) (English: HTML)

Respirators QuickCard™
(OSHA 3280 - 2005) (English: HTML PDF)
(OSHA 3600 - 2012) (Portuguese: PDF)
(OSHA 3280 - 2005) (Spanish: HTML PDF)

Respirators: Start-Up Oxygen in CSE SR-100 Self-Contained Self-Rescuers OSHA Alert
(2012) (English: PDF)

Respiratory Protection Standard: Small Entity Compliance Guide
(OSHA 3384 - 2011) (English: PDF)

Respiratory Protection: NIOSH/OSHA/CDC Hospital Respiratory Protection Program Toolkit
(OSHA 3767 - 2015) (English: DOC EPUB MOBI PDF)

Spirometry: OSHA/NIOSH Spirometry InfoSheet
A spirometry breathing test shows how well you can move air in and out of your lungs. Testing may be performed on workers who perform jobs that may cause exposure to possible lung hazards, are physically demanding, or require wearing a respirator. The test shows how well you can move air in and out of your lungs. Spirometry testing is required for some workers by OSHA standards.
Developed by OSHA and NIOSH. Available online only.
(OSHA 3415 - 2011) (English: HTML PDF)

Spirometry: OSHA/NIOSH Spirometry Worker Info
(OSHA 3418 - 2011) (English: HTML PDF)

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