As mask wearing becomes mandated in most communities, we wanted to provide guidance about the difference between masks and respirators and offer information about fit testing. Per the CDC, masks are fluid-resistant and provide protection against large droplets, splashes or sprays of bodily or other hazardous fluids. Masks also protect others from the wearer’s respiratory emissions. By contrast, a respirator reduces the wearer’s exposure to particles including small particle aeros... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at Aug 3