Dive deeper into the different types and styles of respirators and concepts such as fit, comfort, and PPE compatibility with part two of this respiratory protection podcast.
Women Firefighters for the Future
Learn more about issues women face in the firefighting industry, the benefits of having a more inclusive workforce, and what is being done to attract more women to this important field.
Testimonial: Using the 3M™ Scott™ Vision C5 Facepiece with E-Z Flo C5 Regulator to Achieve Lion’s Den Status in the Firefighter Combat Challenge
Learn more about Lianne McAuley’s experience that tests a firefighter’s physical strength, endurance, and mental fortitude, and is arguably the toughest competition in sports.
Global Science of Safety Podcast: Respiratory Protection Selection Part I
Learn some fundamental concepts for respiratory protection selection.
Why is NIOSH Certification of Respiratory Protection Important?
respirator assembly after the respirator has been evaluated in the laboratory and found to comply with all requirements of Title 42, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 84, and after the manufacturer’s quality plan is determined to be satisfactory.
Are Your Workers Protected?
Do you know what level of protection your employees are receiving from their hearing protectors? Now you can with a field attenuation estimation system (FAES). The 3M™ E-A-Rfit™ Dual-Ear Validation System can help provide value for your hearing loss prevention program (HLPP).
Do You Know About the ANSI Z359.14 Self-Retracting Devices Standard Update? Find Out Here.
Learn more about what changes manufacturers will have to make for self-retracting devices (SRDs) on fall protection.
Carolina Firefighter EMS Journal Spotlight – Fall Protection: Learning from Tragedies
Learn more about how firefighters also need to think about the risk of falling from collapsing structures during a fire.
Do You Know the History of the 3M N95 and E•A•R Plug?
Learn more about the history and innovations behind 3M N95 respiratory protection and earplug hearing protection.
How Much Do You Know About Common Painting and Coating Hazards in Metalworking & Heavy Manufacturing Industries and Steps You Can Take to Protect Yourself?
Airborne particles and vapors, heat, noise, hazards from falling objects, working at height, and chemical contact are examples of hazards that workers may be exposed to during painting and coating operations.