While our passion for safety drives us to develop new respiratory protection devices for emergency professionals, it also inspires us to offer lower-cost alternatives so that the greatest number of responders can be protected.
What does RPD stand for?
RPD stands for Respiratory Protection Device
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Samples in periodicals archive:
He wore a paper mask, but only sporadically, and never wore more sophisticated respiratory protection devices.
All facilities that use respiratory protection devices are required to develop, implement and maintain a respiratory protection program.
To be at the forefront of developing a respiratory protection device that protects first responders from many of today's modern threats is a goal we've shared with NIOSH since the idea for a CBRN standard first came about in 1999.
The proposed rule would require that all agriculture workers who "mix, load, transfer, transport, apply, dispose" or are otherwise exposed to most pesticides wear, at least, the following: a protective suit, chemical-resistant gloves, chemical-resistant shoes, shoe covers or boots, respiratory protection devices and goggles or a face shield.
The company's extensive product line includes: protective suits, respiratory protection devices and a variety of equipment used by First Responders, such as military, police, fire and medical personnel to protect against threats such as anthrax, smallpox and nerve gas.