Respirator Fit Testing Methods
There are two methods to perform a proper fit-test. One way is qualitative. This involves most often placing a hood over the employee wearing a respirator and entering an easy to taste concentrated atomized solution into the air space around the mask. Qualitative testing has been in use for many years. It is quick to administer and lower in cost than quantitative fit-testing. When done properly it is very accurate and an acceptable means for fit testing half face masks and N95 Masks. With the advent of quantitative fit-testing equipment in recent years came verifiable documented results. Onsite Medical Service owns (3) Occupational Health Dynamics Quantitative Fit Testing Machines that have been proven reliable, accurate and faster than the alternative method using the OSHA accepted Re-Don protocol. This is the method that should be used on Full Face Respirators. The OSHA-respiratory-fit-testing service from Onsite Medical Service is ideal for a wide collection of devices such as supplied air respirators, dust masks, half-face masks, full-face masks, (SCBA) Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus, and many others. You can meet 100% regulatory compliance of OSHA respirator fit testing with Onsite Medical Services. Hire our OSHA-respiratory-fit-testing services to receive excellent service and fast results. Please contact us
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