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Explosive and Classified: Hazardous Classified Locations and Respiratory Protection

9/12/12 2:00 pm to 9/12/13 2:00 pm EDT

 

Lack of proper understanding and compliance to OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard (1910.134) has historically resulted in citations that rank in the top five of all of those that are issued by the agency. These cost employers thousands of dollars in fines but even more seriously, the actions that precipitate these citations endanger the lives of the employees the standard is supposed to protect. In addition, tragic explosions at multiple locations have brought OSHA’s Hazardous Classified Locations Standard (1910.307) into the news frequently in recent months. This webinar will provide guidance on how to establish an OSHA compliant respiratory protection program that also meets the special needs of Hazardous Classified Locations. Attendees of this webinar will gain:
 

  • familiarity with the OSHA regulations applicable to both Hazardous Classified Locations and Respiratory Protection
  • an understanding of the differences between Classes, Divisions, and Groups.
  • knowledge of key considerations for respiratory protection devices in a hazardous classified location
  • valuable recources to reference while establishing and maintaining an OSHA compliant respiratory protection program within Hazardous Classified Locations

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Speaker:

Grant Rowe

Product Line Manager, Respiratory Protection
Bullard Company

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