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New Powered Air Respirator

  • Open or CloseCheberyachko S1*, Deryugin O2, Klimov D1, Tretyak O2 and Pustovoi D3

    1The Department of Labor Protection and Civil Safety, Dnipro University of Technology, Ukraine

    2The Department of Transport Management, Dnipro University of Technology, Ukraine

    3The Department of Engineering, Technical Aesthetics and Design Arts, Dnipro University of Technology, Ukraine

    *Corresponding author: Cheberyachko Serhiy, Doctor of Technical Sciences, The Department of Labor Protection and Civil Safety, Dnipro University of Technology, Ukraine

Submission: January 22, 2021;Published: March 05, 2021

DOI: 10.31031/SBB.2021.04.000594

ISSN 2637-8078
Volume 4 Issue 4


The analysis of respiratory protective device use efficiency has shown the substantial limitations of quality assessment for respirators. This results in potential hazard of excessive influence of harmful particulate pollutants on employees. To prevent occupational diseases development it is extremely important that employers are motivated to improve labour conditions. Not least important is development of requirements to the biomonitoring procedure and conditions, as well as selection, testing and users training for individual respiratory protective devices use as based on the modern science development. The elimination of hazard class based only in providing the employees with individual respiratory protective devices is not scientifically substantiated and inadmissible way.

Keywords:Dust mask; Protection factor; Dust load; Pneumoconiosis

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