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Respiratory Protection

Respiratory Protection


The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) general Industry Standard for Respiratory Protection (29 CFR 1910.134(b)) requires the employer to establish a program to help reduce exposures to occupational contaminants. When Feasible, Employers must eliminate contaminants by using engineering controls (such as General and local ventilation, enclosure or isolation, or substitution of a less hazardous process or material).


Establishing a Respiratory Protection Program consists of four steps:

  1. Identify respiratory hazards and concentrations

  2. Understand the contaminants' effects on workers' health

  3. Select the appropriate respiratory protection; and

  4. Train in proper respirator use and maintenance


Professional Industrial Hygiene Services, Inc. will compare your program with applicable state and OSHA requirements to ensure that your program satisfies all 4 steps. Professional Industrial Hygiene Services, Inc. can assist with on-site program implementation air sampling, training, and fit testing.

Respirator Fit Testing

Professional Industrial Hygiene Services' on staff Industrial Hygiene Technicians provide on-site Quantitative or Qualitative Respirator Fit Testing with completed documentation for OSHA record keeping.


  • Trained and Experienced Staff

  • Cost Effective and Time Saving Service

  • Services Provided at Your Location

Costs of services depends on site location, time on site, number of personnel, and quantity of services required. Please call (904) 206-0861 or email today for a free estimate.

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