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Free Training and Resources Offered Through NIOSH NPPTL’s Collaboration with AAOHN

NIOSH NPPTL’s collaboration with AAOHN!

NIOSH NPPTL collaborated with the American Association of Occupational Health Nursing (AAOHN) to debut a new Respiratory Protection Program Training and Resources web page for occupational health nurses and all safety and health professionals. The new web page includes a comprehensive Respiratory Protection course, clinical case studies, and accompanying resources for occupational health professionals who want to learn more about OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard and the role of the Respiratory Protection Program Administrator. You do NOT need to be an AAOHN member to access this FREECNE training.

Trainings and resources included on the NEW web page:

  1. Respiratory Protection Course: OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard: The Role of the Occupational Health Nurse (3 CNEs)
  2. NEW Case Studies in Respiratory Protection
    1. Respiratory protection in healthcare: An interactive case study for the occupational health professional (1.5 CNEs)
    2. Respiratory protection in emergency and immediately dangerous to life and health (IDLH) working conditions: An interactive case study for the occupational health professional (1 CNE)
    3. Elastomeric respirator use in autobody repair and painting: An interactive case study for the occupational health professional (1 CNE)
  3. Respiratory Protection for Frontline Healthcare Workers (1 CNE)
    Meets OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard annual training requirements. It’s free for healthcare organizations to use.
  4. NEW Respiratory Protection for Ancillary Healthcare Workers (Certificate of Completion) Meets OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard annual training requirements. It’s free for healthcare organizations to use.

Contract # 2002016M90795

More information and registration: http://aaohn.org/respiratory-protection

If you have any questions, please contact AAOHN at  info@aaohn.org  or NIOSH NPPTL at ppeconcerns@cdc.gov.

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