Respirator Protection Program - 29 CFR 1910.134
This webinar will discuss the practical aspects of a good Respiratory Program and help you understand
when and where respirators are to be used, together with the right respirator for the hazard that
employees are subject to within your work space.
Why Should You Attend:
OSHA mandates a respirator protection program. Any company that allows their employees to wear a
respirator is required to have a written program for compliance. This includes both voluntary wearing
and mandatory wearing.
This webinar will provide a good understanding of this regulation - 29 CFR 1910.134 - that is
somewhat complicated. You will learn how you can implement an effective respirator protection
program that will protect your employees from hazards of breathing toxicants of various kinds. It also
is designed to give your employees the knowledge that you are considerate of their health both now
and in the future. We will also discuss how you can avoid corporate and personal liability issues by
Areas Covered in the Seminar:
Kinds of respirators
o Air Supplying
Personnel requirements for each
o Air purifying
Levels of protection
o Safety factors.
o Fit factors
o Testing required
o Required respiratory protection
o Voluntary respiratory protection
Who Will Benefit:
Employees exposed to unrecognized hazardous materials
Construction Companies Owners
Supervisors and Employees of companies where hazardous materials are stored, used,
Local Governmental employees, inspectors, etc.
Claude Hine, is the Owner/CEO of H&LP Environmental Consulting. He has nearly 20 years
experience in environmental site assessments, hazardous waste training, pesticide applicator training
and general health and safety training. He has trained hundreds of employees from 20+ companies
and completed more than 30 environmental site assessments. He has acted as safety officer for
numerous companies and Municipalities.
Claude Hine has been instructing employees and employers on the needs of a Respiratory Program for
many years now. He has instructed employers on the proper use of respirators and the ability of
employees to voluntarily wear a respirator if they so desire.