Quantifit

Fit-Testing Definitions - Everything That You Need to Know

Fit-testing has changed over the years. For a while, there was only one accepted technology and method for testing the fit of masks. Those processes have changed (for the better) as we provide an...
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What Do You Need To Measure For Your Work's Noise Regulations?

When making measurements to estimate the noise exposure of a person at work, you need to ascertain the equivalent continuous A-weighted sound pressure level (LAeq) that represents the noise the...
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Fit Test Productivity Breakdown

If your organization is like most, you rarely conduct a one-off fit test. Instead, you block out several days/weeks out of the year to test every respirator, every required employee in your...
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OSHA

We're Here to Help - Because YOU Protect Us

Here at OHD, we strive to provide exceptional customer service for you and your employees. Whether it be fit testing, noise monitoring programs or any of our other safety products, we have deemed it...
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Quantifit

Fit Testing: A Complete Return on Investment Breakdown

It is respirator fit-testing season. You have only a few days to test several hundred employees and their equipment. You are pulling essential personnel out of the field and inefficiencies in...
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Training - May 14, 2018

Breath Alcohol Technician Training

Anyone performing a US Department of Transportation (DOT) mandated breath alcohol test must be trained as a Breath Alcohol Technician (BAT) and individuals performing non-DOT regulated testing are encouraged to do the same....
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Quantifit - May 8, 2018

Volcano on Hawaii Erupts with Life-Threatening Gases

You never know where you might be and what you might be doing when you need a tight fitting mask that has a proper seal. That is where the people on the Island of Hawaii found themselves last Friday when the Kilauea volcano...
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Quantifit - Apr 6, 2018

OHD Partners with Marshall University with Donated Quantifit

OHD is committed to the research and future development of Respiratory Protection. That is why we have recently partnered with the Marshall University and their Safety Department.
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Two Fit Testing Technologies - One Easy Decision

There are essentially two technologies for quantitative respirator fit testing: ambient aerosol technology, which uses particle-based counting and controlled negative pressure (CNP) technology, which uses air to challenge the...
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Quantifit - Feb 16, 2018

OHD Partners with the University of Minnesota

OHD is committed to the research and future development of Respiratory Protection. That is why we have recently partnered with the University of Minnesota and their Environmental Health and Safety Department.
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