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OSHA Requirements 29 CFR 1910.95 Occupational Noise Exposure

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On-Line Respirator Training Program

Designed to help you meet the requirements of OSHA's Respirator Protection Standard 29 CFR 1910.134. All employees required to wear respirator protection must be trained on the proper use and maintenance of their specific respirator and the exposures that they may encounter in their workplace. e-Training is available for negative pressure respirators and some powered air purifying respirators (PAPRs).

On-Line Respirator Medical Clearance Forms

Designed to help you meet the requirements of OSHA's Respiratory Protection Standard 29 CFR 1910.134. All employees required to wear respirator protection must complete a medical evaluation to determine if they are able to wear a respirator.

Service Life Software

Provides an estimate of service life for chemical cartridge respirators when contaminant, concentration, and environmental conditions are known. It is not a respirator selection tool. This software should only be used after it has been determined that a respirator with one of the listed cartridges is appropriate for your exposure situation. Disponible en Español

Respirator Selection Guide

This guide provides respirator selection criteria for a wide range of chemical compounds.
    Respirator Selection Guide, English [PDF 1 MB]
    Respirator Selection Guide, Spanish [PDF 1.2 MB]

3M™ Select Software©

Select includes a list of chemicals for which 3M™ Respirators can be recommended if workplace contaminants and their concentrations have been identified. The system can be used to select an appropriate 3M respirator for over 700 chemicals with Threshold Limit Values (TLVs) or other occupational exposure limits.

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