You just don't put a respirator over your nose and mouth, and that's it. Respirators requires rigorous testing standards before they can be used. Know what these are, and comply with OSHA's Respiratory Protection Standard (1910.134).
Exposure to airborne hazardous substances can lead to serious health threats, including lung damage, cancer, heart disease, silicosis, asbestosis or other chronic illnesses. Examine OSHA's final Respiratory Protection Standard (1910.134) and help workers prevent re
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