Legislation and/or Regulation:
- 29 CFR Part 1910.134(c)
- NYS Labor Law §27-a, Part 801 - Recording and Reporting Public Employees' Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
OSHA requires a written respiratory protection program to contain worksite-specific procedures and elements for required respirator use. The program must be administered by a trained program administrator who is qualified and knowledgeable in respiratory protection to run all aspects of the program.
What the SRM Service can do to help:
Training and Workshops:
- Respiratory Protection Program Training
- We can provide awareness training to appropriate staff through qualified, trained administrators.
- Assist in developing a written respiratory protection plan.