Compressed air is used in a variety of industries including welding, sandblasting, spray painting, chemical spill cleaning and more. Some examples of when to use compressed breathing air may include:
- If your employees work in situations where the level of oxygen is insufficient, or potentially insufficient.
- If your employees are potentially exposed to harmful levels of hazardous gases or vapors.
- If your employees are exposed to other potential respiratory hazards, such as dust, mists, fumes, sprays, and other airborne particles.
The 14-point Checklist and other useful OSHA documents are available in our Standards & Specifications section.
Since every customer has unique compressed air testing requirements, we will work with you to package an AirCheck✓Kit™ to meet your specific needs.