Online Respiratory Protection Programs


Our Respiratory Protection Services Offered


Online N95 Respirator Fit Tester Training


Our online training method complies with OSHA's Respiratory Protection Standard 29CFR 1910.134 for the use of N95 Respirators. This training course is certified to be in compliant with OSHA, NIOSH and CDC guidelines.

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Online Respirator Medical Evaluations


Our Online Respirator Medical Evaluation is an efficient and convenient way to comply with OSHA's Respiratory Protection Standard 29CFR 1910.134.


Onsite Respirator Fit Testing


Whether in our training facility, or at yours, our team of industry-trained instructors can provide respirator fit testing with full compliance with OSHA's Respiratory Protection Standard 29CFR1910.134.

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Written Respiratory Protection Programs


Our team of Certified Industrial Hygienists and Site Safety & Health Officers can devise a written program for your firm for the use of respirators. The Written Respiratory Protection Program is required for any mandatory uses of respiratory protection within the workplace or jobsite. Call us today for more details! 1-(800)-969-3228



Frequently Asked Questions

The respirator medical evaluation is a questionnaire required by OSHA prior to respirator use within the worksite. A medical evaluation may not require a follow-up exam with your primary healthcare provider unless it is required.

Medical evaluations must be paid by the employer and any follow-up medical visits if it is required.

If an employee is required to use a respirator on the job, they must complete a medical evaluation prior to being fit-tested for a respirator.

The medical evaluation will be reviewed and the employer will receive a medical clearance letter stating the one of the following:

  • If the employee is cleared to wear the respirator
  • If there are any restrictions if the employee is cleared to wear a respirator
  • If the employee is not cleared for respirator use and if a follow-up with their primary licensed health care physician is required
  • The clearance letter will not contain any confidential medical information regarding the employee.

This medical evaluation does not apply to workers with asbestos exposure as they will require a more in-depth questionnaire called the Pulmonary Function Test.

OSHA requires the medical clearance letter to be kept in the employee's confidential medical file for the duration of the employment plus an additonal 30 years.