2 Common Mistakes You’re Making With OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard

OSHA consistently ranks respiratory protection in the Top 5 most frequently cited standards on worksites. During the most recent reporting year, the respiratory protection standard had more than 2,800 violations across the country. As nearly five million Americans work in environments with dangerous airborne hazards, the importance of respiratory protection cannot be overstated.

The expression “the devil is in the details” may have been made for OSHA requirements. The Respiratory Protection standard (29 CFR 1910.134), like most OSHA regulations, has many sections. With 13 different sections to understand, it’s no wonder there are thousands of violations annually.

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