Facial hair respirator
Staying safe with facial hair and respirators
Your letter requested clarification on OSHA's Respiratory Protection standard, 29 CFR , which addresses facial hair and respirator fit. This letter.
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Description:Safety managers can consider reviewing standards and usage whenever a new employee takes on a role involving a respirator and when new devices are put into service. From both common sense safety and regulatory perspectives, respirators are must-have equipment for a wide range of employees. Therefore, the vast majority of particles, gases, and vapors follow the air stream right through the facial hair and into respiratory tract of the wearer. So then, how are you going to participate? Short mustaches, sideburns, and small goatees that are neatly trimmed so that no hair compromises the seal of the respirator usually do not present a hazard and, therefore, do not violate paragraph If you have further questions, please feel free to contact the Office of Health Enforcement at