Need help with my Writing question – I’m studying for my class.
Please answer all questions below based on reading and multimedia sources. Be thorough and use complete sentences. If you use outside information different from what was provided this week, please provide a reference or content link.
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- Describe which components are required of a written respiratory protection program. Explain each section you list.
- Define an air purifying respirator and a supplied air respirator. How are they different? In what conditions can you not use an air purifying respirator?
- Using the eTools program provided by OSHA, knowledge from previous modules, and this week’s reading and multimedia assignments, fill in the appropriate answers below.
Chemical Name and CAS Number Exposure Level (8 hours) Permissible Exposure Level (OSHA) Hazard Ratio Respirator Type Formaldehyde50-00-0 TWA 5 ppm Napthalene91-20-3 TWA 25 ppm 2-Pentanone107-87-9 TWA 689 ppm Chloroacetaldehyde107-20-0 TWA 51 ppm
- Given the chemicals below, list which cartridge would apply to each chemical if an air purifying respirator is allowed. Use the 3M Respirator Selection Guide for assistance. Although you can find information in the NIOSH Pocket Guide, it is best practice to go directly to the respirator manufacturer for the correct cartridge.
Chemical Name and CAS Number Cartridge for APR Formaldehyde50-00-0 Chlorine Dioxide10049-04-4 Mercury, metallic mercury vapor7439-97-6 Chloroacetaldehyde107-20-0