TeamCME Training: Introduction to Respirator Fit Testing (NON-PACE) <p><strong>Course Description:</strong></p><p><strong>2 Hour Online, OnDemand Webinar</strong></p><p>(<b>Does NOT Include PACE Chiropractic Education Credits)</b> For this training with PACE CEs, see separate product listing</p><p>TeamCME is proud to sponsor Dave Thorpe, DC, DACBOH, President of WorkRite Safety’s “Introduction to Respirator Fit Testing” training course.</p><p>This two hour webinar will introduce the health care provider and their staff to Respirator Fit Testing for workers who are required to use a respirator. The webinar includes information pertaining to the OSHA regulations relating to Fit Testing, the reasons for wearing respirators, types of respirators and the types of testing, their protocols and methods.</p><p><strong>Attendees will have an in depth knowledge of both qualitative and quantitative testing, and training to perform Qualitative Fit Testing. </strong>Also included is where to obtain the necessary equipment, reporting requirements, as well as recordkeeping to satisfy all of OSHA’s requirements for Fit Testing defined within the regulation.  An additional but separate free recorded webinar provides marketing information.</p><p><strong>Course Outline:</strong></p><ol><li>Background and Statistics for respirator use.</li><li>What regulations govern Respirator Fit Testing.</li><li>When are respirators needed? Hazards in the workplace.</li><li>Types of respirators.</li><li>Filters and Cartridges</li><li>Psychophysiologic demands of respirators and other factors.</li><li>Key definitions you need to know.</li><li>Anatomy of a Respirator</li><li>Tips to fitting respirators</li><li>Donning and Doffing respirators.</li><li>Negative and Positive pressure checks.</li><li>Cleaning and Maintenance.</li><li>Fit Testing specifics, and video demonstration<br />a. Qualitative<br />b. Quantitative</li><li>Recordkeeping and reporting requirements</li></ol><p>Time and methods will be made so as each attendee can ask questions and be provided answers during and after the course.</p><p><strong>Cost &amp; Registration:</strong><br />$99    (Does NOT Include PACE CE,  see other product listing for this training with PACE CE credits)</p><p><strong>Course instructor:</strong></p><p>David Thorpe, DC, DACBOH, CME, PSP<br />Board Certified in Occupational Health and Applied Ergonomics</p><p>Dr. Thorpe is a specialist in occupational health, and has provided occupational services for client companies throughout the United States including Respirator Medical Exams for greater than 30 years. He is the current President of the American Chiropractic Board of Occupational Health, and a Past President of the American Chiropractic Association Council on Occupational Health. He serves on the post grad faculty at Northwestern Health Sciences University, and is a post grad lecturer for New York Chiropractic College, teaching courses in occupational health and applied ergonomics. He was the co-trainer, for the ACA/TeamCME Accredited DOT training program, and along with Dr. Mike Megehee and they taught approximately 5000 chiropractic and medical providers to take the National Registry Certification Examination. Dr. Thorpe is the TeamCME Director of Occupational Training.</p>
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Training: Introduction to Respirator Fit Testing (NON-PACE)

$99.00
Training: Introduction to Respirator Fit Testing (NON-PACE)

Training: Introduction to Respirator Fit Testing (NON-PACE)

$99.00
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Course Description:

2 Hour Online, OnDemand Webinar

(Does NOT Include PACE Chiropractic Education Credits) For this training with PACE CEs, see separate product listing

TeamCME is proud to sponsor Dave Thorpe, DC, DACBOH, President of WorkRite Safety’s “Introduction to Respirator Fit Testing” training course.

This two hour webinar will introduce the health care provider and their staff to Respirator Fit Testing for workers who are required to use a respirator. The webinar includes information pertaining to the OSHA regulations relating to Fit Testing, the reasons for wearing respirators, types of respirators and the types of testing, their protocols and methods.

Attendees will have an in depth knowledge of both qualitative and quantitative testing, and training to perform Qualitative Fit Testing. Also included is where to obtain the necessary equipment, reporting requirements, as well as recordkeeping to satisfy all of OSHA’s requirements for Fit Testing defined within the regulation.  An additional but separate free recorded webinar provides marketing information.

Course Outline:

  1. Background and Statistics for respirator use.
  2. What regulations govern Respirator Fit Testing.
  3. When are respirators needed? Hazards in the workplace.
  4. Types of respirators.
  5. Filters and Cartridges
  6. Psychophysiologic demands of respirators and other factors.
  7. Key definitions you need to know.
  8. Anatomy of a Respirator
  9. Tips to fitting respirators
  10. Donning and Doffing respirators.
  11. Negative and Positive pressure checks.
  12. Cleaning and Maintenance.
  13. Fit Testing specifics, and video demonstration
    a. Qualitative
    b. Quantitative
  14. Recordkeeping and reporting requirements

Time and methods will be made so as each attendee can ask questions and be provided answers during and after the course.

Cost & Registration:
$99    (Does NOT Include PACE CE,  see other product listing for this training with PACE CE credits)

Course instructor:

David Thorpe, DC, DACBOH, CME, PSP
Board Certified in Occupational Health and Applied Ergonomics

Dr. Thorpe is a specialist in occupational health, and has provided occupational services for client companies throughout the United States including Respirator Medical Exams for greater than 30 years. He is the current President of the American Chiropractic Board of Occupational Health, and a Past President of the American Chiropractic Association Council on Occupational Health. He serves on the post grad faculty at Northwestern Health Sciences University, and is a post grad lecturer for New York Chiropractic College, teaching courses in occupational health and applied ergonomics. He was the co-trainer, for the ACA/TeamCME Accredited DOT training program, and along with Dr. Mike Megehee and they taught approximately 5000 chiropractic and medical providers to take the National Registry Certification Examination. Dr. Thorpe is the TeamCME Director of Occupational Training.