HEPA respirator

HEPA respirator

High-efficiency particulate air filter respirator A device with a replaceable filter that reduces particulate matter more effectively than simple isolation masks
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TECNOL chose not to enter the market with a HEPA respirator because our customers said they weren't suitable.
HEPA respirators were considered by many healthcare workers as being unsatisfactory for healthcare workers.
Now, in addition to Bloodborne Pathogens and other standards, employers in these industries must also annually train their workers about the risks associated with TB, the use of HEPA respirators and must have BOTH a written Respiratory Protection Program and a TB Infection Control Plan as well as other specific records of training, preventative medical screening and other measures.
The Company attributed the decrease primarily to decreased net sales in the RespiratorySafety product line, where a change in the National Institute for Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH) certification halted the sale of HEPA respirators as the market waits for replacement product.
It's going to cost at least $1 million just to get personnel trained in hazardous materials handling to come in wearing protective suits and HEPA respirators and remove all the infested building material and take it to a designated disposal area.