Respirator Fit Testing

In work environments with insufficient oxygen or where toxic substances, like dust, fog, smoke, fumes, gases, vapors, or sprays, are present, employees are required to wear respirators. To ensure compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) respirator standard, employers must establish and maintain an effective respiratory protection program in order to safeguard against workplace hazards. At Forensic Analytical Consulting Services (FACS), we provide quantitative/qualitative respirator fit testing programs to fulfill the requirements of your respirator program. Contact us today to learn more.

Benefits of FACS’s Respirator Fit Testing

As part of OSHA regulations, respirator users are required to receive training and pass an annual fit test before using a respirator. With FACS’s respirator fit testing, our experienced FACS professionals will conduct the test for you, helping streamline the respirator fit testing process. This quick and easy testing also allows employees to enter their own information and sign electronically. Other benefits include:

  • Easy-To-Use Electronic Interface
  • Reports Detailing the Time and Date of All Employee Testing
  • Documentation That’s Automatically Sent to an HR or EHS Manager
  • Automatic Notifications for Retesting
  • Schedule of Which Employees Are Up for Testing Renewal

Make FACS Your Respiratory Protection Program Partner

Respirator fit testing is most often required for healthcare professionals, industrial workers, construction workers, remediation and abatement contractors, first responders and other professional service providers, and the type of respirator needed varies by industry. From N95s to full-face respirators, FACS can help you properly manage respirator training and fit testing for your employees, as well as handle fit testing data.

Discover how easy it can be to conduct respirator fit tests with FACS’s respirator services. Ask about our respiratory fit testing programs by reaching out to your nearest FACS office.