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3M Canada facial hair and respirator fit testing policy
At 3M Canada, we are fully committed to following CSA Standard Z94.4 regarding workers with facial hair and respirator fit testing.
Choosing respiratory protection for construction applications
Do you know which type of respiratory protection is ideal for construction sites where workers are exposed to hazards like silica, asbestos, wood dust, solvents and metal fumes?
Webinar: Keeping you safe from Crystalline Silica
Gain an overview of what you need to know in order to avoid the serious long-term harm Silica could do to your lungs.
Dust masks vs. respirators: is there a difference?
Have you ever referred to your respirator as a dust mask? A surprisingly amount of people use the words dust mask interchangeably with respirator, even though there are significant differences between
Discover the soul behind 3M™ respiratory protection science.
Trading up made easy. 3M™ Disposable Respirators.
Change to Qualitative Fit Testing Exercise Time
More than ready – Understanding respiratory products
Understanding which respiratory products your workers need to help them get the job done safely.
Selective stockpiling for pandemic
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Helping to keep you safe during cannabis manufacturing, growing and processing operations.
Why respirator fit is so important
Care for yourself while you care for others.
Why stock rotation is crucial for disposable respirators
Stockpiling is a vital part of any pandemic preparedness plan and conducting proper stockpile rotation is equally important.
Product Preference Selector for 3M™ Disposable Filtering Facepiece Respirators
Use the selector to identify which respirator will be the most comfortable for your specific working conditions
Features of 3M™ Filtering Facepiece Disposable Respirators
With Advanced Electrostatic Media, 3M™ Disposable Respirators allow you to breathe easier.
How to conduct user seal checks on 3M™ Disposable and Reusable Respirators
Imagine what it would feel like to wear a baseball hat that is too big. You’d have a hard time keeping it in position and it would constantly fall down, obstructing your vision.
Disposable Respirators vs. Medical Masks: Differences and what you need to know
3M Canada explores the differences between disposable respirators and medical masks, including differences in function and fit.
Why do disposable respirators have a defined shelf life?
Disposable respirators, also known as filtering facepiece respirators, can help reduce exposures to potentially harmful substances, such as various particulate hazards.
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