Avoid OSHA Citations: Respiratory Protection Plan Guidelines for Compliance
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
The fourth most cited OSHA violation is for failure to comply with respiratory protection requirements. OSHA doesn't discriminate when it comes to handing out citations either. Any facility with exposure to airborne contaminants (chemical or bio-aerosols) - whether in manufacturing, health care, or the service industry - is liable for protecting the air their employees breathe. How can you develop a compliant respiratory program that keeps your employees safe? Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover:
Clear explanation of OSHA's respiratory protection requirements
When to use respirators & determining which ones are right for you
Selecting APFs: What does ANSI Z88.2 now recommend?
Keys to developing an OSHA compliant Respiratory Protection Program
Essentials on employee training: Ensure they know what they need to know
Respiratory Protection Essentials: What OSHA Will Look For
Overview of a respiratory protection program: Main points to know
Program evaluation and audits: Think like an OSHA Inspector
Respirators at your facility: When & what to use
Employer Requirements for Respiratory Protection Programs
Keys to an OSHA compliant written program for your facility
Program administrator responsibilities: What OSHA mandates
How to determine when air sampling is necessary
Employee Training Tips & Key Considerations for OSHA Compliance
Critical components for training, medical clearance, and fit testing
Medical clearance: What OSHA specifies in terms of testing & frequency
Employee respirator training - Is a training video sufficient?
Live Question & Answer Session - Get Expert Answers to Your Specific Questions!
About The Speaker
Dr. McKay has over 30 years' of national and international experience in respiratory protection as a faculty member at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. McKay is active in all areas of respiratory protection including research, teaching, and clinical practice.
Dr. McKay is the current chair and past chair of ANSI Z88.10, the committee responsible for publishing the current guidelines for "Respirator Fit Test Methods".
In addition, he is a member of the American Industrial Hygiene Association's Respiratory Protection Committee and a voting member of the full ANSI Z88 respirator committee.
To keep current with respirator wearer issues and concerns, he personally conducts respirator fit testing and a variety of worker training programs.
Other services include respirator selection and development of cartridge change schedules.
He's developed more than a dozen different continuing education courses on respiratory protection, which include fit testing, respirator selection, cartridge change out, program administration, and other topics.
In this 60-minute program you will discover how to avoid citations and comply with OSHA's respiratory protection requirements. The program will cover the basic components of an OSHA compliant respiratory protection program and employer responsibilities.