PPE Refresher Using your SCBA

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "PPE Refresher Using your SCBA"

Transcription

1 PPE Refresher Using your SCBA Time Requirement: 2-3 hours total (depending on number of participants) Number of Instructors: Minimum of 2 Materials Student materials (participant guide, worksheets) Whiteboard, easel and easel paper, or chalkboard Markers or chalk Objectives When completed, participants will be better able to: Ø Identify the types of respiratory protection. Ø Identify components of your SCBA. Ø Identify fit testing requirements for SCBA use. PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 1

2 Ø Identify practices you use for care of your SCBA. Ø Demonstrate checkout, donning and doffing of your SCBA. Teaching Methods Presentation/discussion Demonstration Small group activity Individual activity Suggested Instructor Preparation Select this exercise only if everyone is bringing their SCBA to training; can be used in ERR or 8HR. Review participant guide and exercises Test all web links prior to the session and If any are inoperative please notify the Midwest Consortium at Review the Chemical Protective Clothing (CPC), Respiratory Protection, Work Practices and Decon sections of the program that these participants have completed Review OSHA standard , Respiratory Protection Review OSHA standard , Access to employee exposure and medical records Conduct reconnaissance: obtain the respiratory protection program for the company where the training will be conducted and identify the hazards that result in selection of SCBAs. If open enrollment, obtain a generic program for participants to review Assure you are familiar with the SCBAs that will be used Obtain a facepiece that you can use to illustrate positive-pressure user check PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 2

3 Copy Worksheets for each exercise (minimum of 4 exercises) Prepare agenda and class notes to be included in the program file Assure that you have assembled all the materials needed for the exercise Minimum Content Requirements Review objectives Discuss uses of SARs Discuss the need for fit testing, and routing user checks Discuss the need for rigorous cleaning, storage, inspection and maintenance procedures Note the requirements for the written program Medical fitness review for anyone using an SCBA Four exercises: Current practices, Identify parts of the SCBA, Monthly checks (optional), Donning/Doffing, Current practices revisited Questions You May Be Asked 1. Be prepared to discuss the company Respiratory Protection Program. Some participants may not know it exists, or question if it is complete. For open enrollment, general approaches of working through union or company health and safety officers to obtain a copy should be discussed. 2. Trainees may question whether various procedures are adequate ( I just keep the facepiece in the bottom of my locker ). For contract programs, reconnaissance will provide you with information about the written procedures, but these may not be implemented. 3. "What do I do when my employer tells me there is no budget to get new equipment, but the facepiece no longer fits me? Be prepared to facilitate a discussion on strategies to improve the company respirator program through discussions with employee or management representatives. Emphasize that the law requires that employers provide adequate protection from respiratory hazards. 4. "What about facial hair? My employer has a 'no beard' policy, and I don't like it." PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 3

4 Emphasize that facial hair prevents a good fit, resulting in exposure to toxic substances. 5. I have not been fit tested in a few years. Does that mean I cannot respond? From your knowledge of the company program, it could be that the participant was fit tested but does not remember. Facilitate a discussion of who to contact. Presentation of the Session This session can be presented as follows: Review the objectives Review images of different types of respirators Respiratory Protection/Types of Respirators This section is a very brief review and can be done by reference to the handout. Draw attention to the focus of this exercise: SCBAs. Exercise Current Practices for your SCBA Distribute the Worksheet Current practices and have participants complete it. Ask: How many of you were fit tested in the past year? Ask: Why do you need to use an SCBA? Have participants keep this worksheet, and return to it following the review at the end of the session. Air-supplying Respirators (ASRs) Ask: When can an ASR be used according to standard practice? Ask: How do ASRs work? Review the various types of ASRs, and note that this program is for use of SCBAs only, as that is what has been selected for the work done by participants. Demonstrate the parts of an SCBA using one brought by a participant. PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 4

5 Exercise Identify all the parts of your SCBA Describe the exercise and distribute the worksheet. Sign off only after each participant/group has correctly identified all parts. You may set a time limit, to simulate the need to check out a unit rapidly in a response. Respirator Fit Review the importance of proper fit, to assure that the air is filtered before it is inhaled. For SCBA, the fit helps assure that there is not leakage around the facepiece, contaminating clean air coming for the bottle (or supply if SAR). Follow up on the previous question regarding when participants were fit tested, and Ask: Describe how you were fit tested? Illustrate the difference between the figures in the handout for qualitative and quantitative fit testing. Ask: What tasks did you do during the fit testing? Ask: On the Current Practices worksheet, did you check yes for a User Check? Illustrate the positive-pressure check using a facepiece you have brought. Illustrate negative pressure check using your mask, or the illustration in the handout. Note that some participants may not have hands large enough to cover the inlets. Ask: do you know the protection factor from your fit test? As time allows, and there is an identified need to know, review the fit factor calculation, appended to this guide. As time allows, and there is an identified need to know, review the MUC, appended to this guide. Cleaning, Storage, Inspection and Maintenance In a contract program, you should know the written program for this topic; however it may not be followed as written. PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 5

6 Ask: How many of you answered yes to wash the facepiece on the Current Practices worksheet? Ask: How many of you answered done by others to wash the facepiece on the Current Practices worksheet? Review cleaning procedures. Ask: Who answered yes to both parts of question 4 about respirator storage on the Current Practices worksheet? Review the requirement. Ask: Who has been trained to inspect your face piece before and after each use or at least monthly? Review the importance and OSHA requirements. Ask: Who do you tell when a something needs to be fixed on your facepiece? Underscore that repairs must be made by qualified persons. If participants are responsible for the monthly check of the SCBAs, you may want to include a separate performance measure for this responsibility. It should be tailored to the company program, if consistent with 29CFR An example is shown in the Appendix to this section. Exercise Monthly Checks If participants are responsible for the monthly checks, complete this exercise. Distribute the checklists and identify the completeness of the required review. Review any inconsistencies with the employer SOP. Minimum Requirements for a Respiratory Protection Program Refer everyone to the page showing the points that must be included in the written program. Be prepared to facilitate a discussion of the importance of each item. PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 6

7 Medical Fitness to Wear a Respirator Facilitate a discussion of the stresses of wearing a respirator (heat, weight of SCBA, extra effort to breathe) in order to show why medical fitness is important to safety. Exercise Donning and Doffing an SCBA Distribute the Worksheet and have each participant complete. Observe the don/doff procedures and make constructive comments as needed before signing off as to proficiency. (Two facilitators may be helpful to assure proficiency is achieved before signing the worksheet.) For some items on the worksheet, the company may have a checklist (example: after use); if so, incorporate that into the afterdonning activities. Using the company Respirator program and SOPs as guidance, facilitate a discussion of actions to be taken if there is an SCBA failure, such as an air hose leak. If training has not been provided regarding this type of emergency, facilitate a discussion regarding foreseeable equipment failures what should be done. Generally, any problem during use will involve alerting and exiting the hot zone. Welcome questions and facilitate a discussion of issues that arose during the exercise. Exercise Current practices for your SCBA revisited Review the completed worksheet on Current practices and identify any area where your SCBA work practices will change, based on this exercise. List report back items on a writing surface viewable by all. Facilitate a discussion on approaches to improve SCBA practices and procedures, as needed. Ask local fire department to discuss options for response with employer. PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 7

8 Discuss with team members and employer the hazards (liability) of incomplete procedures Access the OSHA e-tool for respiratory protection program/practices. Summary Review the objectives Ask: Based on this exercise, what takeaways do you have as you go back to work? List them on a writing surface viewable by all. Answer any remaining questions Follow up Make this exercise better: Forward suggestions to UC Are there other Questions you may be asked that should be included? Organize the listing of takeaways and forward to your program director. These are very important impacts to report to NIEHS. PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 8

9 Assigned Protection Factors Respirators are selected by using Assigned protection factors (APFs). The higher the APF, the more protective the respirator is. These protection factors are set after testing by NIOSH and are subject to change. Protection factors vary according to the particular respirator type. Following is a list of APFs: Type of Respirator Assigned Protection Factors (APFs) Quarter mask* Half mask Full facepiece Helmet/ Hood Loose-fitting facepiece 1. Air-purifying Respirator Powered Air-purifying Respirator (PAPR) ,000 25/ 1, Supplied-air Respirator (SAR) or Airline Respirator Demand mode Continuous flow mode ,000 25/ 1,000 Pressure-demand or other positivepressure mode 4. Self-contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) , Demand mode Pressure-demand or other positivepressure mode (e.g., open/closed circuit) ,000 10,000 - *Quarter masks are not widely used, and are not discussed as part of this course. Protection factors also exist for combinations of the above respirators. For example, an SAR with a full-face mask and an auxiliary SCBA equals 10,000. The use of these APFs presumes that the facepiece has been properly selected to provide the best possible fit. These factors do not apply for persons with facial hair as it interferes with the seal of the facepiece. The APFs still apply when choosing a respirator but a person with facial hair that interferes is required to utilize a hood type system and the APF for that is low PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 9

10 Fit Factor Calculation Proper selection of respirators can be accomplished by dividing the known chemical concentration by the APF. The resulting value needs to be compared to the occupational exposure guideline used by your employer. measured chemical concentration (ppm) APF = parts per million (ppm) If the calculated ppm is higher than the exposure guideline, then that type of respiratory protection would be inadequate. If the calculated ppm is lower than the exposure guideline, then that type of respiratory protection should be sufficient, provided that the measured concentration will not increase, and provided that the measured chemical concentration is below the IDLH concentration, if using an APR. Sample Fit Factor Calculation: Cyclohexene may be released from drums. The safety and health officer measured an 8-hour TWA concentration of 400 ppm of cyclohexene, but OSHA PEL is 300 ppm for an 8-hour work shift. Because engineering controls cannot be implemented, respiratory protection must be used. What type of respiratory protection would provide adequate protection against this contaminant? Formula:!"#$%&"'!!!"#$%&!"#!$#%&'%("# (!!")!"# = ppm First, use the table of APFs to see if a half-face APR can be used: 400 ppm 10 = 40 ppm The resulting answer is 40 ppm, which means that 40 ppm of cyclohexene could be present inside the facepiece of a properly fitted respirator. A concentration of 40 ppm is less than the OSHA 300 ppm PEL, so this type of respiratory protection would be adequate. However, the safety and health supervisor questions the fit for all people in the hot sun. See if a full-face APR provides better protection: 400 ppm 50 = 8 ppm The resulting answer is 8 ppm. A properly fitted full-face APR would be sufficient and would protect better than the half-face APR. Maximum Use Concentration PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 10

11 If the concentration of the contaminant in the workplace rises to a different level, another calculation of fit factor would need to be done to see if the respirator is still protective at the new concentration. Instead, the Maximum Use Concentration (MUC) is sometimes calculated. To calculate the MUC, multiply the PEL (or other exposure guideline) by the APF: MUC = PEL APF In the example of cyclohexene above, with a half-face APR, the PEL is 300 ppm and the APF is 10: MUC = = 3000 ppm Therefore, the half-face APR could be used up to a cyclohexene concentration of 3000 ppm, as long as that concentration is not above the IDLH. Checking the NIOSH Pocket Guide, the IDLH for cyclohexene is 2000 ppm. An APR cannot be used above the IDLH, so the MUC would only be 2000 ppm. Always check the IDLH when calculating the MUC. Calculating the MUC for the full-face APR, you get: MUC = = 15,000 ppm Once again, you cannot use an APR above the IDLH, therefore the MUC for cyclohexene for the full-face APR would also be 2000 ppm. PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 11

12 Name: Respiratory Protection Performance Checklist Current Practices for use of your SCBA 1. What brand and size of facepiece do you use? Brand Size 2. Important dates: When were you last fit-tested? Month Year When were you last medically cleared to use an SCBA? Month Year 3. Circle the word below that describes how often you use the SCBA. Daily Weekly Monthly less than monthly Approximate date last used: / / 4. When not in use, is your respirator facepiece stored a. in a clean location? o Yes o No b. in a plastic bag or other container to prevent contamination? o Yes o No 5. The last time you used the facepiece, did you a. check the straps prior to donning? o Yes o No b. inspect the facepiece for cracks or color changes? o Yes o No c. inspect the valve flaps for crack or wear? o Yes o No d. alert the health and safety rep to deficiencies? o Yes o No o None found e. conduct a user check for fit? o Yes o No f. wash the facepiece? o Yes o No o done by others g. dry the facepiece thoroughly before storing? o Yes o No o done by others h. inspect the facepiece before re-stowing? o Yes o No o done by others i. alert the health and safety rep to deficiencies? o Yes o No o None found Date Instructor s Signature PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 12

13 Group or Name: Respiratory Protection Performance Checklist Identify all the parts of the SCBA assembly Identify each of the following parts of the SCBA and enter or NA. Air Cylinder Cylinder air gauge Cylinder wheel valve Hydrostatic test date(s) Specification plate Production date or NA Harness Assembly Air cylinder coupling O-ring High pressure hose 1 st stage regulator Low pressure hose lines 2 nd stage regulator Air saver switch Purge/by-pass valve Mask connection location P.A.S.S. device (do not activate) Shoulder air gauge Quick fill/buddy breathe Shoulder and belt straps/connectors Chest straps Face piece Lens Head harness and straps Face seal Speaking diaphragm/voice amplifier Exhalation valve Nose cup Heads up display (HUD) Eye glass attachment Date Instructor s Signature: Group or Name: PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 13

14 Respiratory Protection Performance Checklist -- Monthly Checks Enter for each of the items below that are done as part of the monthly check; if not done, put NA. Is everything there? Face piece assembly Regulator and hoses Air bottle and valve Harness and back frame P.A.S.S. Escape bottle or NA Is condition ready for use? Examined for cracks/discoloration/change in shape Face piece Nose cup Lens Exhalation valve Examined for damage/wear Regulator HUD Air bottle(s) Hoses Valves Back frame Back frame harness Batteries charged Checks Purge Valve Air valve Audible air leaks Purge valve Notification Deficient items tagged Notification of tagging made to SCBA administrator Date Instructor s Signature: Group or Name: PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 14

15 Respiratory Protection Performance Checklist Donning and Doffing an SCBA 1. I performed the following check-out procedures prior to donning: a. Head straps attachments are not loose o Yes o No b. Head harness shows no cracks or other defect o Yes o No c. Head straps are stretchy o Yes o No d. Head straps can be adjusted o Yes o No e. Exhalation valve flaps are flexible o Yes o No f. Exhalation valve flaps are not discolored o Yes o No g. P.A.S.S. or escape bottle o Yes o No 2. After donning, I performed the following a. Adjusted head harness o Yes o No b. Tightened chin straps o Yes o No c. Tightened forehead straps o Yes o No d. Conducted user fit check o Yes o No e. Adjusted chest straps o Yes o No f. Adjusted waist straps o Yes o No 3. After doffing, I did the following a. Loosened all straps o Yes o No b. FolIowed company policy for inspection o Yes o No c. Followed company policy for cleaning o Yes o No d. Followed company policy for after-use checkout o Yes o No e. Followed company policy for any identified damage/defect o Yes o No Date Instructor s Signature: PPE Refresher-Using your SCBA 15

Personal Protective Equipment Facilitator Guide. March Copyright 2016 Midwest Consortium for Hazardous Waste Worker Training

Personal Protective Equipment Facilitator Guide. March Copyright 2016 Midwest Consortium for Hazardous Waste Worker Training Personal Protective Equipment Facilitator Guide March 2016 Copyright 2016 Midwest Consortium for Hazardous Waste Worker Training Acknowledgments The Midwest Consortium developed this course for Hazardous

More information

"RESPIRATORY PROTECTION AND SAFETY"

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION AND SAFETY PRESENTER'S GUIDE "RESPIRATORY PROTECTION AND SAFETY" Training for the OSHA RESPIRATORY PROTECTION STANDARD Quality Safety and Health Products, for Today...and Tomorrow OUTLINE OF MAJOR PROGRAM POINTS

More information

Respiratory Protection Program 29CFR

Respiratory Protection Program 29CFR Respiratory Protection Program 29CFR1910.134 Program Objectives OSHA requires employers to establish and implement procedures for the proper use of respirators by doing the following: Verify the need for

More information

Course Firefighter I. Unit II Safety and Orientation

Course Firefighter I. Unit II Safety and Orientation Course Firefighter I Unit II Safety and Orientation Essential Question Why is proficiency donning and doffing SCBA important for firefighters? TEKS 130.299(c) (2)(C), (10)(B), (11)(A)(C)(E), (14)(A)(B)

More information

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM OSHA Respiratory Protection

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM OSHA Respiratory Protection RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM 1910.134 OSHA Respiratory Protection Table of Contents Introduction... 3 Scope... 3 Definitions... 3 Responsibilities... 5 Voluntary Use... 6 Use Requirements... 6 Program

More information

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM A. Introduction: Due to the potential risks involved from exposure to hazardous substances and atmospheres, UNE has developed a Respiratory Protection Program to protect

More information

Don t Forget About Fit What You Need to Know About Respirator Fit-testing

Don t Forget About Fit What You Need to Know About Respirator Fit-testing Session No. 667 Don t Forget About Fit What You Need to Know About Respirator Fit-testing Scott Larson, BS, MS, CSP, CIH 3M Personal Safety Division St. Paul, MN Megan Torgrude, BS, MPH, CIH 3M Personal

More information

Personnel Protective Equipment

Personnel Protective Equipment Personal Protective Equipment For Law Enforcement Personnel Protective Equipment Course Objectives 1. The participant will be able to choose which respiratory protection should be used for a given hazard.

More information

Respiratory Protection Self-Inspection Checklist

Respiratory Protection Self-Inspection Checklist Respiratory Protection Self-Inspection Checklist Guidelines: This checklist applies to the use of either atmosphere-supplying or air-purifying respirators being worn, voluntarily or otherwise, for comfort

More information

Respirator Selection Guide

Respirator Selection Guide Unsure about the type of respirator you need? Please use this guide to determine what your best selection may be Click to Begin Warning: This guide is for information purpose only. Users of air purifying

More information

City of Kalispell RESPIRATOR PROTECTION POLICY October 12, 2015

City of Kalispell RESPIRATOR PROTECTION POLICY October 12, 2015 A. Executive Summary and Introduction City of Kalispell RESPIRATOR PROTECTION POLICY October 12, 2015 1. Annual fit test is required for all employees who will be required to wear a respirator as a part

More information

San Mateo County Health System Environmental Health Services Division. Respirator Use

San Mateo County Health System Environmental Health Services Division. Respirator Use 1.0 PURPOSE This document describes the requirements for the use of respiratory protection and constitutes a written Respiratory Protection Program. Its purpose is to ensure that employees adhere to the

More information

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROCEDURE

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROCEDURE RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROCEDURE 1. PURPOSE The purpose of this procedure is to protect the health and safety of University faculty and staff who work in areas that may have irritating or hazardous atmospheres.

More information

RESPIRATORS & FIT TESTING

RESPIRATORS & FIT TESTING RESPIRATORS & FIT TESTING Presented By: Jamie Papian Licensed Lead & Asbestos Inspector Licensed Lead & Asbestos Abatement Supervisor HUD Housing Quality Standards Inspector State of Iowa, Illinois and

More information

Respiratory Protection

Respiratory Protection Respiratory Protection Inhalation is one of the four main ways workers can be exposed to hazardous substances If engineering and administrative controls cannot keep you safe from inhaling contaminated

More information

SALEM TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT RESPIRATORTY PROTECTION PROGRAM

SALEM TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT RESPIRATORTY PROTECTION PROGRAM SALEM TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT RESPIRATORTY PROTECTION PROGRAM PURPOSE In accordance with Michigan s Occupational Health Standards, Part 451, Respiratory Protection requires that a written Respiratory

More information

Half Facepiece Respirator Assembly 5000 Series, Dual Cartridge, Organic Vapor/P95, Disposable

Half Facepiece Respirator Assembly 5000 Series, Dual Cartridge, Organic Vapor/P95, Disposable Half Facepiece Respirator Assembly 5000 Series, Dual Cartridge, Organic Vapor/P95, Disposable User Instructions for 3M Organic Vapor Respirator, P95 Assembly 51P71/52P71/53P71 Important: Keep these User

More information

Environmental Health and Safety

Environmental Health and Safety Environmental Health and Safety Respiratory Protection Program Pursuant to 29 CFR 1910.134 480-965-1823 askehs@asu.edu TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 3 Purpose 3 Scope and Application 4 Responsibilities

More information

Respiratory Protection Written Program

Respiratory Protection Written Program Respiratory Protection Written Program Month/Year Started *This document has been modified to conform with the amended respiratory protection regulations that will take affect January 1, 2008. Major changes

More information

Australian/New Zealand Standard

Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1716:2003 (Incorporating Amendment No. 1) AS/NZS 1716:2003 Australian/New Zealand Standard Respiratory protective devices AS/NZS 1716:2003 This Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard was prepared

More information

29 CFR Part Compliance Made Easier

29 CFR Part Compliance Made Easier 29 CFR Part 1910.134 Compliance Made Easier How to Comply with the Respiratory Protection Standard Because every life has a purpose... Dear Customer, At MSA, it s always been one of our goals to help individuals

More information

Respiratory Protection Basics

Respiratory Protection Basics Michigan Safety Conference Respiratory Protection Basics Date: April 17, 2018 0 16 April 3M 2018. All Rights Reserved. Presenter Don Rust, CIH, CSP Technical Service Specialist 3M Personal Safety Division

More information

Australian/New Zealand Standard

Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1716:2012 AS/NZS 1716:2012 Australian/New Zealand Standard Respiratory protective devices AS/NZS 1716:2012 This Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard was prepared by Joint Technical Committee SF-010,

More information

CONFINED SPACE PROGRAM

CONFINED SPACE PROGRAM CONFINED SPACE PROGRAM I. Purpose This Confined Space Program has been developed in accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations 29 CFR 1910.146. The purpose of

More information

MMR Air Mask With. with Quick-Connect Hose

MMR Air Mask With. with Quick-Connect Hose MMR Air Mask With with Quick-Connect Hose Upgrade Kits P/N 10025120 Slide to Connect P/N 10050038 Slide to Connect w/ Solid Cover P/N 10038666 Push To Connect P/N 10050037 Push To Connect w/ Solid Cover

More information

Safety Best Practices Manual

Safety Best Practices Manual CHAPTER 16 Respiratory Protection Program POLICY The Flight Department is committed to protect employees from the harmful effects of exposure to occupational respiratory hazards. The Respiratory Protection

More information

"RESPIRATORY PROTECTION AND SAFETY"

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION AND SAFETY MAJOR PROGRAM POINTS "RESPIRATORY PROTECTION AND SAFETY" Training for the OSHA RESPIRATORY PROTECTION STANDARD Quality Safety and Health Products, for Today...and Tomorrow OUTLINE OF MAJOR PROGRAM POINTS

More information

Operations: Health. Respiratory Protection Safe Work Practice

Operations: Health. Respiratory Protection Safe Work Practice Operations: Health Respiratory Protection Safe Work Practice AMENDMENT RECORD Amendment Revision Amender Amendment Date Number Initials 05-Feb-02 0 Initial issue as controlled document. Prior revision

More information

HAZARDOUS INCIDENT SITE SAFETY PLAN

HAZARDOUS INCIDENT SITE SAFETY PLAN HAZARDOUS INCIDENT SITE SAFETY PLAN NOTE: A site-specific Site Safety Plan must be developed and implemented for each site where investigators may potentially be exposed to hazardous substances while conducting

More information

UCSF. Respiratory Protection Manual

UCSF. Respiratory Protection Manual UCSF Respiratory Protection Manual 2013 Office of Environmental Health and Safety University of California, San Francisco 50 Medical Center Way, San Francisco 94143-0942 Table of Contents I. INTRODUCTION...

More information

PPE Refresher- Levels of Protection

PPE Refresher- Levels of Protection PPE Refresher- Levels of Protection The combination of respiratory and chemical protective clothing is described as Levels of Protection A, B or C. Level D is work clothes; these provide no respiratory

More information

Respiratory Protection Program

Respiratory Protection Program Respiratory Protection Program Revision 2017 University of Maryland Department of Environmental Safety, Sustainability & Risk Seneca Building 4716 Pontiac Street, Ste 0103 College Park, MD 20742 (301)

More information

SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY S RESPIRATORY PROTECTION WRITTEN PROGRAM December 2017

SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY S RESPIRATORY PROTECTION WRITTEN PROGRAM December 2017 SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY S RESPIRATORY PROTECTION WRITTEN PROGRAM December 2017 1.0 PURPOSE: Southern Utah University has determined that certain employees and students are exposed to respiratory hazards

More information

Section 3. Respiratory Protection Plan (SPPM 3.24)

Section 3. Respiratory Protection Plan (SPPM 3.24) Section 3. Respiratory Protection Plan (SPPM 3.24) Contents 3.1 Respiratory Protection Plan Objective... 3-1 3.2 Respiratory Hazard Assessment... 3-2 3.3 Medical Evaluation... 3-2 3.4 Respirator Selection...

More information

Respiratory Protection Program

Respiratory Protection Program Respiratory Protection Program Policy The Flight Department is committed to protect employees from the harmful effects of exposure to occupational respiratory hazards. The Respiratory Protection Program

More information

Respiratory Protection Policy

Respiratory Protection Policy University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Division of Safety and Compliance Respiratory Protection Policy Updated By: J.Orawiec Page 1 of 35 CONTENTS Purpose....3 Policy...3 Scope....3 References....3

More information

DREW UNIVERSITY RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM DRAFT 06/11

DREW UNIVERSITY RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM DRAFT 06/11 PURPOSE This policy provides requirements on the selection, use, care, and maintenance of respiratory protection. Also included is information and guidelines on training, medical evaluations, recordkeeping

More information

Confined Space Entry/Attendant/Rescue Course Outline

Confined Space Entry/Attendant/Rescue Course Outline Confined Space Entry/Attendant/Rescue Course Outline Prerequisites: This course shall have no formal pre-requisite. Course Length: 8 hours - Course length shall vary depending on the number of delegates.

More information

Respiratory Protection Program

Respiratory Protection Program Respiratory Protection Program Program Administrator: Garrett Godsey, MPH Environmental Health and Safety Division Industrial Hygiene and Safety Office 1405 Goss Lane, CI-1001 Augusta, Georgia 30912 Phone:

More information

MODEL FIRE DEPARTMENT RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM

MODEL FIRE DEPARTMENT RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM MODEL FIRE DEPARTMENT RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM Revised February, 1999 New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services Occupational Health Service Public Employees Occupational Safety and Health

More information

ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SAFETY POLICY COMMITTEE RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM

ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SAFETY POLICY COMMITTEE RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SAFETY POLICY COMMITTEE RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM Approved: August 17, 2012 Reviewed: August 24, 2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Purpose...1 2. Scope and Application...1

More information

Focus Area Campaign for November 2014 SCBA

Focus Area Campaign for November 2014 SCBA Focus Area Campaign for 2014-2015 November 2014 SCBA SMS Reference SBP 13.04 FTM 04.06 FM 13 FM ANX 1,2 &3 and APP 1 H&S 05.04 H&S 06.02 ECM 05.08 ECM 09.03 ECM 14.02 MTM 05.08 Guidance for the FOCUS area

More information

How to Comply With the 2015 Revised Worker Protection Standard For Agricultural Pesticides. What Owners and Employers Need To Know

How to Comply With the 2015 Revised Worker Protection Standard For Agricultural Pesticides. What Owners and Employers Need To Know How to Comply With the 2015 Revised Worker Protection Standard For Agricultural Pesticides What Owners and Employers Need To Know ADDITIONAL HANDLER EMPLOYER REQUIREMENTS Medical evaluation 40 CFR 170.507(b)(10)(iii)

More information

University of Rochester

University of Rochester University of Rochester Respiratory Protection Program Revisions: 3/1998 Re-written to comply with new 29 CFR 1910.134 11/2001 Minor changes 1/2002 Minor changes 10/2002 Minor changes 8/2004 Minor changes

More information

Product Information News

Product Information News Product Information News MMR SECOND STAGE REGULATOR VALVE CORE MSA has changed its recommended rebuilding of the MMR Second Stage Regulator s bypass sleeve assembly during the annual inspection. Based

More information

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT TYLER. Respiratory Protection Program

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT TYLER. Respiratory Protection Program THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT TYLER Respiratory Protection Program 2016 Table of Contents 1. INTRODUCTION... 3 2. PURPOSE... 3 3. APPLICABILITY... 3 4. DEFINITIONS... 4 5. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS... 7 6. TRAINING...

More information

Respiratory Protection Program

Respiratory Protection Program Respiratory Protection Program Occupational Health, Safety & Injury Prevention Subject Matter Expert Brandi E. Kissel bek66@cornell.edu 607-882-5273 Page 1 of 15 Contents 1.0 INTRODUCTION...2 2.0 OBJECTIVES

More information

CPWR - The Center for Construction Research and Training 40-Hour Site Worker Post-Test Version XII

CPWR - The Center for Construction Research and Training 40-Hour Site Worker Post-Test Version XII CPWR - The Center for Construction Research and Training 40-Hour Site Worker Post-Test Place your answers on the separate answer sheet. 1.When must a worker, who is required to wear a respirator, perform

More information

Respiratory Protection Program

Respiratory Protection Program Respiratory Protection Program Environmental Health, Safety, and Risk Management Department PO Box 6113, SFA Station Nacogdoches, Texas 75962-6113 Original: January 2004 Revised: 2006, 2011, December 2017

More information

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM Environmental Health & Safety Engineering Research Complex 1449 Engineering Research Complex East Lansing, MI 48824 517-355-0153 August 2015 Table

More information

3M Half and Full Facepiece Respirators. Unsurpassed comfort. Maximum versatility. 3Innovation

3M Half and Full Facepiece Respirators. Unsurpassed comfort. Maximum versatility. 3Innovation 3M Half and Full Facepiece s Unsurpassed comfort. Maximum versatility. 2 1 3 4 5 3Innovation 3M Half Facepiece s Ultimate reusable for comfort and durability New 3M Half Facepiece s 7500 Series Ultimate

More information

Using a Filtering Facepiece Respirator

Using a Filtering Facepiece Respirator Using a Filtering Facepiece Respirator What s a filtering facepiece respirator? A device that is worn to protect your lungs from airborne particles. For example, they may be used for exposures to some

More information

Central Washington University

Central Washington University Central Washington University Respiratory Protection Program Plan prepared by: Central Washington University Office of Environmental Health & Safety 400 East University Way Ellensburg, WA 98926 P: 509-963-2252

More information

Particulate Respirator N95

Particulate Respirator N95 Particulate Respirator N95 9210+/*37192, 9211+/37193* User Instructions IMPORTANT: Keep User Instructions for reference *37192 and 37193 are catalog numbers only. NIOSH approved as 3M Particulate Respirator

More information

USE INSTRUCTIONS SCOTT HEALTH AND SAFETY PROMASK 25 FULL FACEPIECE RESPIRATOR USE INSTRUCTIONS

USE INSTRUCTIONS SCOTT HEALTH AND SAFETY PROMASK 25 FULL FACEPIECE RESPIRATOR USE INSTRUCTIONS USE INSTRUCTIONS SCOTT HEALTH AND SAFETY PROMASK 25 FULL FACEPIECE RESPIRATOR USE INSTRUCTIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS DESCRIPTION... 1 GENERAL LIMITATIONS ON USE... 2 FACEPIECE FITTING... 5 USE OF THE RESPIRATOR...

More information

HEALTH AND SAFETY MANUAL

HEALTH AND SAFETY MANUAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MANUAL Title: Hydrogen Sulfide (H 2 S) Safety Approved by: Greg Savoy Rev. 4/1/08 1 Purpose/Scope: The purpose of this program is to establish minimum requirements for site specific H

More information

"PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT A REFRESHER PROGRAM"

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT A REFRESHER PROGRAM MAJOR PROGRAM POINTS "PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT A REFRESHER PROGRAM" Training for the OSHA PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT STANDARDS Quality Safety and Health Products, for Today...and Tomorrow OUTLINE

More information

FIRE FIGHTER I EMERGENCY PROCEDURES WHEN USING SCBA TOPIC: TIME FRAME: 0:30. Level II LEVEL OF INSTRUCTION:

FIRE FIGHTER I EMERGENCY PROCEDURES WHEN USING SCBA TOPIC: TIME FRAME: 0:30. Level II LEVEL OF INSTRUCTION: TOPIC: EMERGENCY PROCEDURES WHEN USING SCBA TIME FRAME: 0:30 LEVEL OF INSTRUCTION: Level II AUTHORITY: 1997 NFPA 1001 3-3.1 and CCR, Title 8, Section 5144 BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVE: Condition: Behavior: Standard:

More information

Head Cover BE-12 Series

Head Cover BE-12 Series Head Cover BE-12 Series User Instructions for 3M Head Covers BE-12, BE-12L, BE-12B and BE-12LB (Keep these User Instructions for reference) This product helps protect against certain airborne contaminants.

More information

Respiratory Protection Program

Respiratory Protection Program East Carolina University Office of Environmental Health & Safety 211 S Jarvis Street, Suite 102 Greenville, NC 27858 P: (252) 328-6166 F: (252) 737-1458 www.ecu.edu/oehs Respiratory Protection Program

More information

SAR/SCBA SS600-AN-MMA-010

SAR/SCBA SS600-AN-MMA-010 SAR/SCBA SS600-AN-MMA-010 Chapter 2 CHAPTER 2 OPERATION 2.1 INTRODUCTION. Chapter 2 provides a description of the controls, indicators, and operating procedures for the Primary Air Supply Pack (PASP),

More information

Unit 3.3 Personal Protective Equipment (Core)

Unit 3.3 Personal Protective Equipment (Core) INSTRUCTOR GUIDE Unit 3.3 Personal Protective Equipment (Core) INSTRUCTOR GUIDE TERMINAL OBJECTIVE Given incident scenarios, the participant will be able to identify the basic PPE requirements for operations

More information

NFPA 1500 Fire Department Occupational Safety & Health Program Worksheet (2013 Edition)

NFPA 1500 Fire Department Occupational Safety & Health Program Worksheet (2013 Edition) NFPA 1500 Fire Department Occupational Safety & Health Program Worksheet (2013 Edition) NFPA 1500, the Standard on Fire Department Safety and Health Program specifies the minimum requirements for an occupational

More information

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY WFBMC RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM. Approved by: Effective Date: February 23, 2010 David A. Brown,

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY WFBMC RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM. Approved by: Effective Date: February 23, 2010 David A. Brown, ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY WFBMC RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM Approved by: Effective Date: February 23, 2010 David A. Brown, Revised Date: December, 2012 Co-Director, EH&S Feodor Bijkersma, Co- Director,

More information

TABLE OF CONTENTS ATTACHMENT B OSHA RESPIRATOR MEDICAL EVALUATION QUESTIONNAIRE

TABLE OF CONTENTS ATTACHMENT B OSHA RESPIRATOR MEDICAL EVALUATION QUESTIONNAIRE TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 PURPOSE... 2 2.0 DEFINITIONS... 3 3.0 APPLICABILITY... 5 4.0 MEDICAL EVALUATION... 6 5.0 RESPIRATOR SELECTION... 7 6.0 FIT TESTING... 8 7.0 USE OF RESPIRATORS... 9 7.1 Face-piece

More information

BP U.S. Pipelines & Logistics (USPL) Safety Manual Page 1 of 8

BP U.S. Pipelines & Logistics (USPL) Safety Manual Page 1 of 8 Safety Manual Page 1 of 8 1. Purpose The purpose of this policy is to protect USPL employees and contractors from overexposure to benzene. 2. Scope This policy applies to all USPL employees and contractors

More information

PINE HILL FIRE DEPARTMENT

PINE HILL FIRE DEPARTMENT PINE HILL FIRE DEPARTMENT STANDARD OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES Operations-22 Subject: PPE (Turnout Gear) Effective Date: 3/1/2008 Revised 11/11/2014 Pages: 1 of 5 The environments in which firefighters perform

More information

ESCONDIDO FIRE DEPT TRAINING MANUAL Section Engine Module Page 1 of 11 Specifications and Overview Revised

ESCONDIDO FIRE DEPT TRAINING MANUAL Section Engine Module Page 1 of 11 Specifications and Overview Revised Engine Module Page 1 of 11 The City of Escondido Fire Department has developed and implemented a comprehensive respiratory program to ensure compliance with Local, State, and Federal laws concerning several

More information

NIOSH Task Number 18388

NIOSH Task Number 18388 National Personal Protective Technology Laboratory Technology Evaluation Branch Certified Product Investigation Program Report of Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus Second Stage Regulators Submitted by

More information

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROGRAM RESPIRATORY PROTECTION

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROGRAM RESPIRATORY PROTECTION OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROGRAM RESPIRATORY PROTECTION TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION... 2 PURPOSE... 2 SCOPE... 2 ACRONYMS/DEFINITIONS... 3 RESPONSIBILITIES... 4 PROGRAM ELEMENTS... 7 PROGRAM EVALUATION...

More information

Confined Space Entry Written Program

Confined Space Entry Written Program Confined Space Entry Written Program Northeast Metro 916 Intermediate School District General District Policy The purpose of this program is to inform interested persons, including employees that Northeast

More information

Silica Awareness PPT-SM-SILICA 2014

Silica Awareness PPT-SM-SILICA 2014 Silica Awareness 1 Silica Every year, over 1 million workers are exposed to silica dust Over 250 workers die from silica inhalation every year Hundreds more are severely disabled 2 Silica Silica is the

More information

8200/07023 Particulate Respirator N95

8200/07023 Particulate Respirator N95 8200/07023 Particulate Respirator N95 User Instructions (Keep these User Instructions for reference) 07023 is a catalog number only. NIOSH approved as 3M TM 8200 Particulate Respirator N95. See insert

More information

Respiratory Protection

Respiratory Protection Respiratory Protection The 3M Four-Step Method What issues do we need to consider to get the correct respiratory protection? 1.Identify Respiratory Hazards 2.Understand the Contaminants Effect on Workers

More information

Respiratory Protection Policy

Respiratory Protection Policy University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Division of Safety and Compliance Respiratory Protection Policy Last updated by: J Marriott Last Updated: April 2014 Contents I. PURPOSE... 1 II. POLICY... 1

More information

"DEALING WITH HAZARDOUS SPILLS"

DEALING WITH HAZARDOUS SPILLS MAJOR PROGRAM POINTS "DEALING WITH HAZARDOUS SPILLS" Part of the "GENERAL SAFETY SERIES" Quality Safety and Health Products, for Today...and Tomorrow OUTLINE OF MAJOR PROGRAM POINTS The following outline

More information

Dual Airline Supplied Air Respirators User Instructions

Dual Airline Supplied Air Respirators User Instructions Dual Airline Supplied Air Respirators User Instructions Important: Keep these User Instructions for reference This product helps protect against certain airborne contaminants. Misuse may result in sickness

More information

PremAire INSTRUCTIONS FOR VORTEX TUBE MODE OF OPERATION

PremAire INSTRUCTIONS FOR VORTEX TUBE MODE OF OPERATION DUAL SUPPLY REGULATOR ESCAPE CYLINDER VORTEX MAIN INLET PremAire INSTRUCTIONS FOR VORTEX TUBE MODE OF OPERATION WARNING THIS MANUAL MUST BE READ CAREFULLY BY ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE OR WILL HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY

More information

Respirator with Ultra-Twin, Ultravue, Ultra Elite, or Duo-Twin TM Facepiece

Respirator with Ultra-Twin, Ultravue, Ultra Elite, or Duo-Twin TM Facepiece Respirator with Ultra-Twin, Ultravue, Ultra Elite, or Duo-Twin TM Facepiece instructions for use and care This manual, including the warnings and cautions inside, must be read and followed carefully by

More information

SERVICE MANUAL MODEL BA100BMST 100 SCFM PORTABLE AIR PANEL

SERVICE MANUAL MODEL BA100BMST 100 SCFM PORTABLE AIR PANEL Product Manual MST Portable Air Filtration System SERVICE MANUAL MODEL BA100BMST 100 SCFM PORTABLE AIR PANEL WARNING: Do not attempt to operate this equipment without first reading and understanding the

More information

Mine Rescue Certification Training Standard

Mine Rescue Certification Training Standard Mine Rescue Certification Training Standard Mine Rescue Certification Training Standard Employers who have workers working in an underground workplace shall take the necessary precautions to ensure worker

More information

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND RADIATION SAFETY

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND RADIATION SAFETY Page 1 of 9 ISSUED: 5/00 REVISED: 08/06 Introduction Purpose: In accordance with applicable regulations and Temple University, this policy was developed to minimize exposure to Ethylene Oxide. Applicability

More information

KMB 18/28 (BANDMASK) OVERHAUL, MAINTENANCE, AND INSPECTION CHECKLIST APPENDIX A

KMB 18/28 (BANDMASK) OVERHAUL, MAINTENANCE, AND INSPECTION CHECKLIST APPENDIX A KMB 18/28 (BANDMASK) OVERHAUL, MAINTENANCE, AND INSPECTION CHECKLIST APPENDIX A2.1 01-31-17 THIS INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE SHOULD BE PERFORMED AT LEAST ANNUALLY AND AS DICTATED BY CONDITION REVEALED DURING

More information

COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY

COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER TINKER AIR FORCE BASE TINKER AIR FORCE BASE INSTRUCTION 48-103 2 SEPTEMBER 2015 Aerospace Medicine RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY

More information

Authority for 1910 Subpart I - 1910 Subpart I Page 1 of 1 nmlkj All DOL nmlkji OSHA Advanced Search OSHA Home Occupational Safety & Health Administration A to Z Index En Español Contact Us What's New About

More information

Preparation OVERVIEW: Protective Clothing and Equipment Safety Protective clothing Self-contained breathing apparatus

Preparation OVERVIEW: Protective Clothing and Equipment Safety Protective clothing Self-contained breathing apparatus INSTRUCTOR GUIDE COURSE: FIREFIGHTER PRE-BASIC SESSION REFERENCE: 2 TOPIC: PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT LEVEL OF INSTRUCTION: 3.0 TIMRE REQUIRED: 3 HOURS MATERIALS: Personal Protective Clothing Self-Contained

More information

Australian/New Zealand Standard

Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1715:2009 AS/NZS 1715:2009 Australian/New Zealand Standard Selection, use and maintenance of respiratory protective equipment AS/NZS 1715:2009 This Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard was prepared

More information

Understanding to the IDLH Environment

Understanding to the IDLH Environment Understanding to the IDLH Environment Ricky Kue, MD, MPH, FACEP, FAEMS Associate Medical Director, Boston EMS Medical Team Manager, FEMA USAR MA-TF1 2017 NAEMSP Annual Meeting New Orleans, LA Disclosures/Conflicts

More information

A Guide to Respiratory Protection

A Guide to Respiratory Protection Industry Guide 44 A Guide to Respiratory Protection N.C. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Division N.C. Department of Labor 1101 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-1101 Cherie Berry

More information

Air-Mate High Efficiency Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) Staff Training Module

Air-Mate High Efficiency Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) Staff Training Module Air-Mate High Efficiency Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) Staff Training Module PRES0389 7/05-1 Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPR) Reduce the risk of transmission of infectious agents spread

More information

Self-Rescue Equipment and Skill Development for Mine Escape

Self-Rescue Equipment and Skill Development for Mine Escape White Paper Self-Rescue Equipment and Skill Development for Mine Escape William Dedig Draeger Safety, Inc. Abstract The underground environment is a challenge for all kinds of equipment, and especially

More information

9210/37021, 9211/37022* Particulate Respirator N95

9210/37021, 9211/37022* Particulate Respirator N95 9210/37021, 9211/37022* Particulate Respirator N95 User Instructions (Keep insert for reference) *37021 and 37022 are catalog numbers only. NIOSH approved as 3M 9210 N95 Particulate Respirator and 3M 9211

More information

c. Supervisors/commanders will provide proper personal protective clothing and equipment for employees.

c. Supervisors/commanders will provide proper personal protective clothing and equipment for employees. Chapter 9 Personal Protective Equipment Program 9-1. General a. OSHA standards require that employers assess the workplace to determine if hazards are present which necessitate the use of PPE and clothing.

More information

TAMPA ELECTRIC COMPANY ENERGY SUPPLY RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM

TAMPA ELECTRIC COMPANY ENERGY SUPPLY RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE PAGE # PURPOSE / INTRODUCTION 1 RESPONSIBILITY 2 EMPLOYEE TRAINING 2 HAZARD EVALUATION / RESPIRATOR SELECTION & USE 3 VOLUNTARY RESPIRATOR USE 4 MEDICAL EVALUATION 5 FIT TESTING

More information

Control of Allergies to Laboratory Animals

Control of Allergies to Laboratory Animals Health and Safety Policy Control of Allergies to Laboratory Animals UHSP/21/CALA/03 This document sets out in more detail the arrangements for compliance with University Health and Safety Policy at Budget

More information

TOOL BOX TALK NO3. Use of P.P.E

TOOL BOX TALK NO3. Use of P.P.E Combined Technical Solutions Ltd TOOL BOX TALK NO3. Use of P.P.E OBJECTIVE: Why PPE is important and why it should be looked after Personal Protective Equipment is intended to protect you from risks, which

More information

Northeast Biomanufacturing Center and Collaborative. Hazard Communication Program (HCP) NBC-HCP-000

Northeast Biomanufacturing Center and Collaborative. Hazard Communication Program (HCP) NBC-HCP-000 Northeast Biomanufacturing Center and Collaborative Hazard Communication Program (HCP) NBC-HCP-000 Date Issued: 06/27/06 Date Revised: 05/30/07 APPLICIPABLE STANDARD: 29CFR1910.1200 OSHA s Hazard Communication

More information

031-COM-1004 Protect Yourself From Chemical And Biological (CB) Contamination Using Your Assigned Protective Mask Status: Approved

031-COM-1004 Protect Yourself From Chemical And Biological (CB) Contamination Using Your Assigned Protective Mask Status: Approved Report Date: 09 May 2017 031-COM-1004 Protect Yourself From Chemical And Biological (CB) Contamination Using Your Assigned Protective Mask Status: Approved Distribution Restriction: Approved for public

More information

Safety and Health Policy and Procedure Manual. WELDING, CUTTING, and BRAZING PROGRAM Section 0140

Safety and Health Policy and Procedure Manual. WELDING, CUTTING, and BRAZING PROGRAM Section 0140 Safety and Health Policy and Procedure Manual WELDING, CUTTING, and BRAZING PROGRAM Section 0140 I. INTRODUCTION II. SCOPE III. STANDARD IV. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS A. Basic Precautions for Fire Prevention

More information

PBCFR Reserve Battalion Combat Skills Check Off

PBCFR Reserve Battalion Combat Skills Check Off PBCFR Reserve Battalion Combat s Check Off Member s Name: Approved for Combat: Introduction All Palm Beach County Reserve Battalion members who are certified by the State of Florida with a minimum of FF

More information