Respirators - Face Mask
No return on respirators, filters, mask.
OSHA Standard 1910.134 requires that where an N95 safety mask is necessary to protect the respiratory health of the employee, the employer shall implement a respiratory protection program. PPE industrial safety gear like respirator cartridges are OSHA compliant respiratory protective equipment that has two categories of the particulate masks are the powered air-purifying respirator, which forces contaminated air through a filtering element, and the air-supplied respirator, in which an outside supply of fresh air is delivered. Disposable respirators have a three category that NOISH establishes to describe particulate filters - not oil resistant, oil-resistant, and oil proof. Each of these subcategories has a filtration rate of either N95, N99, N100, P95, P99, and P100 for particulate respirators. Some single-use disposable respirators are made by 3M, MSA Safety, and Moldex.