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Directives 07/14/2000 - Respiratory Protection Program Guidelines 07/22/2003National
Directives 07/27/2007 - [CPL 03-00-005] - National Emphasis Program ? Microwave Popcorn Processing Plants 07/27/2007National
Directives 10/27/1980 - CPL 2-2.29 - 29 CFR 1910.134(e)(5)- Respirator Fit-Testing 07/16/2003National
Interpretations Acceptable use of an electronic medical questionnaire system to comply with 1910.134(e).[1910.134(e); 1910.134App.C] 08/16/2002National
Interpretations Additional Enforcement Policy Change for Respiratory Protection Required for Abrasive Blasting. 03/31/1997National
Interpretations Appendix A requirements and techniques for fit testing respirators. 08/27/1999National
Guidance Documents Appendix D to Sec. 1910.134 (Mandatory) Information for Employees Using Respirators When Not Required Under the Standard  National
Guidance Documents Appendix D to Sec. 1910.134 (Mandatory) Information for Employees Using Respirators When Not Required Under the Standard (Spanish)  National
Guidance Documents Assigned Protection Factors  National
Interpretations Beards may not interfere with face seal;alternative respirators for bearded employees.[1910.134; 1910.134(d)(1)(i); 1910.134(g)(1)(i)] 03/07/2003National
Interpretations Belt mounted filtration unit used with any NIOSH approved supplied-air respirator.[1910.134] 09/04/1996National
Interpretations Breathing air: testing and carbon monoxide alarm.[1910.134(i)] 04/25/1994National
Interpretations Clarification of a PLHCP under the Respiratory protection standard. 01/02/1999National
Interpretations Clarification of OSHA denial of FirePASS's variance request and respiratory protection requirements in oxygen-deficient atmospheres. 05/01/2008National
Interpretations Clarification of OSHA's requirement for breathing air to have at least 19.5 percent oxygen content. [1910.134; 1910.134(d)(2)(i)(A); 1910.134(d)(2)(i)(B); 1910.134(d)(2)(iii)] 04/02/2007National
Interpretations Clarification of respirator costs, annual training, and "effective" seal checks. 12/23/1998National
Interpretations Clarification of the medical evaluation provisions of the revised respiratory protection standard. 11/16/1998National
Interpretations Clarification of the respiratory protection medical evaluation. 12/22/1998National
Interpretations Clarification on equivalent test nebulizer for qualitative fit tests.[1910.134] 11/13/2009National
Interpretations Clarification on whether to use quantitative or qualitative fit-testing for full-facepiece PAPRs. 07/23/2007National
Interpretations Classification of fires; respiratory protection to extinguish fires. [1910.134(b); 1910.134(g)(4); 1910.155(c)(26); 1910.156(a)(2)] 07/08/2002National
Interpretations Compliance from OSHA for an inflatable fall arrest device. [1926.502] 03/15/1995National
Interpretations Complying with the "two-in, two-out" policy for interior structural firefighting. 03/12/1999National
Interpretations Conduct of respiratory protection medical evaluations by medical technicians. 10/16/1998National
Interpretations Decontamination of SCBA second stage regulators. 11/02/1998National
Interpretations Discrepancy between the Joint Commission and OSHA posting requirements for isolation rooms.[1910.145] 11/05/1996National
Interpretations does not apply to portable breathing air compressors. [1910.134(i)] 08/13/1999National
Interpretations Employee declination of medical evaluation; religious exemptions for respirator use. 12/02/1998National
Interpretations Employee's Rights Upon Termination to Access to Physician's Written Opinion and Respirator Fit Test Results.[1926.1101(m)(4); 1910.134(m); 1910.134(m)(2); 1910.134(m)(4)] 10/20/2005National
Guidance Documents Enforcement Guidance for Respiratory Protection and the N95 Shortage Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic  National
Interpretations Enforcement policy for abrasive-blasting respiratory protection under the Lead in Construction Interim Final Rule. 12/08/1998National
Interpretations Enforcement Policy for Respiratory Hazards Not Covered by OSHA Permissible Exposure Limits.[1910.1000; 1910.5(f)] 01/24/2003National
Interpretations Facial hair and respirator fit 05/09/2016National
Interpretations Facial hair and voluntary use of filtering facepiece respirators. [1910.134; 1910.134(a); 1910.134(c)(2)(ii)] 02/06/2006National
Interpretations Fit testing and fit factors for the N - 95 respirators recently certified by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health. 03/04/1996National
Interpretations Fit testing and medical monitoring requirements for wearers of filtering facepiece respirators.[1910.134(f)(2); 1910.134(e)(1); 1910.134(g)(1)(iii)] 06/12/2002National
Interpretations Fit testing is not required for employees not exposed to a hazardous atmosphere and not required to wear a respirator.[1910.134; 1910.134(f)] 03/29/2004National
Interpretations Fit testing requirements for employees who wear respirators to protect against M. Tuberculosis, SARS, Smallpox, and Monkeypox.[1910.134; 1910.134(f)] 02/05/2004National
Interpretations Health care professional's discretion regarding medical evaluations and exams. 10/16/1998National
Guidance Documents How to Properly Put On and Take Off a Disposable Respirator  National
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