To safely and effectively operate in hazardous atmospheres, breathing apparatus operators must be aware of the limitations of their breathing apparatus. These can include limitations of the wearer, the equipment and air supply.
Several factors affect an operators ability to effectively use respiratory protection, these include the following:
In addition to being concerned about the limitations of the wearer, operators must also be aware of the limitations of the equipment:
Air supply is another factor to consider when assessing breathing apparatus limitations. Some limitations are based on the wearer whereas others are based on on the actual supply of air in the cylinder:
For this and additional breathing apparatus information you can have your staff attend one of our Breathing Apparatus courses. Alternately, you can contact us on 1300 990 336 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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