Sponsored by Draeger. Understanding OSHA’s respiratory protection programs standards will help your company be better prepared and your employees be better protected. We will review OSHA’s requirements along with considerations for managing your program. Gain more knowledge on what resources and tools are available to make your program complete.
- Discuss OSHA requirements for respiratory protection programs
- Review considerations for managing your respiratory protection program
- Describe what resources are available to help with your respiratory protection program
Rebecca Bedell, CSP
Rebecca Bedell is business development director of safety consulting for Dräger Inc. in the U.S.
She has worked in the refining industry for Marathon Petroleum and consulted for chemical and manufacturing facilities. Her most recent focus has been on safety optimization and sustainability
solutions. Bedell holds a B.S. in Kinesiology, an M.S. in Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental Management, and is pursuing a Master Jurisprudence in Energy and Environmental Law.
Sean Carey is the senior business development manager for Draeger respiratory protection and has been with Draeger for 8 years. He has experience in government sales specializing in breathing protection for unique military applications.