PowerLift: Lifting Techniques For A Healthy Back
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To protect employees from respiratory hazards and environments that are oxygen deficient, employers may require the use of respiratory protection. When respiratory protection is used, employers must follow the regulations laid out in OSHA's Respiratory Protection Standard, 1910.134. This video provides an overview of the employer's responsibilities and discusses key components of a proper Respiratory Protection Program. Topics include how the respiratory protection program works, types and uses of respirators, APF's & MUC's and qualitative & quantitative fit tests.