CHAPTER 296-842 - Respirators (296-842-100 to 296-842-22020)

  1. 296-842-100 - Scope and application
  2. 296-842-10200 - Definitions
  3. 296-842-10505 - Designate a program administrator
  4. 296-842-11005 - Make sure voluntary use of respirators is safe
  5. 296-842-11010 - Keep voluntary use program records
  6. 296-842-12005 - Develop and maintain a written program
  7. 296-842-12010 - Keep respirator program records
  8. 296-842-13005 - Select and provide appropriate respirators
  9. 296-842-14005 - Provide medical evaluations
  10. 296-842-15005 - Conduct fit testing
  11. 296-842-16005 - Provide effective training
  12. 296-842-17005 - Maintain respirators in a clean and reliable condition
  13. 296-842-17010 - Store respirators properly
  14. 296-842-17015 - Inspect and repair respirators
  15. 296-842-18005 - Prevent sealing problems with tight-fitting respirators
  16. 296-842-18010 - Make sure employees leave the use area before removing respirators
  17. 296-842-19005 - Provide standby assistance in immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH) conditions
  18. 296-842-20005 - Make sure breathing air and oxygen meet established specifications
  19. 296-842-20010 - Prevent conditions that could create a hazardous breathing air supply
  20. 296-842-20015 - Make sure compressors do not create a hazardous breathing air supply
  21. 296-842-21005 - Keep labels readable on respirator filters, cartridges, and canisters during use
  22. 296-842-22005 - Use this medical questionnaire for medical evaluations
  23. 296-842-22010 - Follow these fit-testing procedures for tight-fitting respirators
  24. 296-842-22015 - Follow procedures established for cleaning and disinfecting respirators
  25. 296-842-22020 - Follow procedures established for seal checking respirators

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