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Many respiratory protection programs still use qualitative methods to fit test respirators like N95s for employees. If you’ve taken a qualitative fit test, you’ll know that using this manual fit testing method is time-consuming and cumbersome.
Beyond the difficulties of conducting a qualitative fit test, the pass or fail test result relies solely on the respirator wearer’s senses and self-reported feedback. These subjective results can leave program managers and respirator wearers less than confident in their fit and resulting protection.
In this video, we compare quantitative and qualitative respirator fit testing methods as described by OSHA. The comparison reveals exactly how quantitative methods with the PortaCount® Respirator Fit Tester facilitate more accurate fit tests—in less time.
In this new 7.5-minute video, you will: