OSHA Respiratory Protection Training
The OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard 29 CFR 1910.134 puts respirator requirements in place to protect employees from breathing contaminated or oxygen deficient air. Compliance with this OSHA Standard helps prevent worker illnesses and deaths from these workplace hazards.
HazMat Student offers 100% online OSHA Respiratory Protection training courses to employers and employees to help meet the OSHA training requirements in 29 CFR 1910.134. Our online Respiratory Protection courses are fully narrated and self-paced so you can complete the classes at your convenience. Courses are offered through a state-of-the-art Online Training System (OTS) and course certification is provided immediately upon finishing the course. We also offer a 100% Money Back Guarantee* to ensure your satisfaction with the course.
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OSHA Respiratory Protection Training Requirements
Per OSHA requirements in Standard 29 CFR 1910.134, employers must provide effective training to employees who are required to use respirators. The training must include:
- Why the respirator is needed
- How the respirator can and cannot protect the user
- How to properly inspect and use the respirator, including how to put it on and take it off
- How to check the seal of the respirator (“user seal check”)
- How to use the respirator in emergency situations, including if respirator doesn’t work properly
- How to recognize the medical signs and symptoms that limit or prevent respirator use
- How a respirators effectiveness is impacted by improper fit, usage or maintenance
- Maintenance and storage procedures for the respirator
- The Federal or State OSHA requirements for the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standards
Training is required prior to initial respirator use, unless acceptable training has been provided by a previous employer in the last 12 months. Respiratory Protection training is required annually AND when workplace conditions change, new respirator types will be used, or an employee needs retraining.
For additional information on OSHA Respiratory Protection Requirements, visit the OSHA website.