Small Entity Compliance Guide for the Respiratory Protection Standard

Small Entity Compliance Guide for the Respiratory Protection Standard

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Agencies are required to prepare and publish one or more guides to assist small entities in complying with regulations for which an agency is required to prepare a regulatory flexibility analysis. (See the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act, (P.L. 104-121, March 29, 1996, as amended by the P.L.110-128, May 25, 2007).) This Small Entity Compliance Guide (SECG) is intended to help small businesses comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Administrationa€™s (OSHA) Respiratory Protection standard (63 FR 1152; January 8, 1998). While the guide is for small entities, the guide itself is not small. OSHAa€™s goal for this document is to provide small entities with a comprehensive step-by-step guide complete with checklists and commonly asked questions that will aid both employees and employers in small businesses with a better understanding of OSHAa€™s respiratory protection standard. The reader should be advised that OSHA also has other shorter documents and visual aids that may be used to better understand respiratory protection and the OSHA standard itself. That information can be found on OSHAa€™s website at www.osha.govThe ambient aerosol condensation nuclei counter (CNC) quantitative fit testing ( Portacount TM) protocol quantitatively fit tests respirators with ... (5) Follow the manufacturera#39;s instructions for operating the Portacount and proceed with the test .

Title:Small Entity Compliance Guide for the Respiratory Protection Standard
Author:Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Publisher:Maroon Ebooks - 2015-02-01


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