Many types of disposable dust masks seem similar but there are significant differences in the use of materials, design technology and protection levels. Make sure you always use an approved dust mask / respirator to protect your health.
Identify the Hazard - Dust, Fumes, Metal Fumes, Gas, Vapour etc.
Assess the Risk - Asses the hazard levels against safety standards and consider the other protection required.
Selecting - Select the correct respirator for the required exposure.
Training in Fitting and Use - To optimise the respiratory protection.
FFP1: Non-toxic Solid and Liquid Aerosols
FFP2: Low-to-average Toxicity Solid and Liquid Aerosols
FFP3: High Toxicity Solid and Liquid Aerosols.
MAC = Maximum Admissible Concnetration
OEL = Occupational Exposure Limit
TLV = Threshold Limit Value
APF = Assigned Protection Factor
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