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Respiratory Protection for Fire and Emergency Services

Respiratory Protection for Fire and Emergency Services - 02 edition

ISBN13: 978-0879392048

Cover of Respiratory Protection for Fire and Emergency Services 02 (ISBN 978-0879392048)
ISBN13: 978-0879392048
ISBN10: 0879392045
Edition: 02
Copyright: 2002
Publisher: Fire Protection Publications / IFSTA
Published: 2002
International: No

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Respiratory Protection for Fire and Emergency Services - 02 edition

ISBN13: 978-0879392048

International Fire Service Training Association IFSTA

ISBN13: 978-0879392048
ISBN10: 0879392045
Edition: 02
Copyright: 2002
Publisher: Fire Protection Publications / IFSTA
Published: 2002
International: No
Summary

This first edition of the IFSTA Respiratory Protection for Fire and Emergency Services manual takes the place of the Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (2nd Edition) manual that was specific to the fire service and limited to the use of SCBA. In developing this new manual, the IFSTA material review committee and the editor worked to include all types of respiratory hazards faced by personnel during emergency responses and the appropriate protection that must be worn. The committee recognized that changes in respiratory hazards, technology, regulations, and operational requirements justified a totally new approach to the subject and, therefore, adopted a new format for the manual. The manual is divided into two sections: the first dealing with administrative topics and the second with operational topics. While all of the information is needed for a comprehensive understanding of respiratory protection, the first section may be of greater value to personnel who must deal with selecting, purchasing, and maintaining respiratory protection in addition to facepiece fit testing. The operational section is directed toward the operational use, maintenance, and wearing of respiratory protection, along with emergency scene topics that interest the emergency responder.

Fire and emergency services organizations (public or private) must have an established respiratory protection program, including guidelines for use, maintenance, facepiece fit testing, and training. It is the intent of this manual to provide the necessary direction for such organizations in meeting the requirements for a respiratory protection program.

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