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OSHA Points Out That Many Employers Do Not Comply With Respiratory Protection Standards
May 06, 2021

According to the report, in the regular inspection of the Occupational Safety And Health Administration (OSHA) in the middle of April, it was pointed out that a large part of the selected employers violated the respiratory protection standards.

In March 2020, when the influenza pandemic was still in its early stages, the CDC took the position that only the N95 filter mask was enough to protect itself and others from the spread of the virus. The Centers for Disease Control and prevention told everyone on TV not to wear a regular mask because it would cause you to repeatedly touch your face. Of course, shortly after that statement, CDC and other federal officials encouraged everyone to wear any mask to "stop the spread." Neither the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) nor the occupational safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has ever realized that conventional or surgical masks are effective respiratory protection against the covid-19 virus. Cloth coverings and surgical masks are not considered personal protective equipment (PPE) by OSHA, and OSHA still insists that they are not intended to prevent exposure to occupational hazards. However, in a recent guideline released on January 29, 2021, OSHA acknowledged that "masks can reduce the risk of infection in some cases.".

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