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Stay up-to-code with NFPA 1989 to protect fire and emergency services personnel from respiratory hazards and comply with NFPA 1500™.

NFPA 1989, Standard on Breathing Air Quality for Emergency Services Respiratory Protection specifies the requirements for the breathing air quality component of the respiratory protection program required by NFPA 1500, Fire Department Occupational Safety and Health Program. This edition applies to atmosphere-supplying respirators that provide the breathing air supply from a compressed breathing air source or liquid cryogenic air source that is independent of the ambient atmosphere.

Anywhere respiratory hazards exist -- or could exist -- NFPA 1989 is a crucial resource for ensuring the safety of your personnel.

Requirements are essential to safeguard fire and emergency services personnel during fire fighting, rescue, hazardous materials incidents, and special operations.

Bring your knowledge in line with changes including:
  • A new definition of cryogenic air
  • A new Annex figure to assist with chain-of-custody procedures
Don't work without the latest guidance; update your copy of NFPA 1989 now. (Softbound, 28 pp., 2019)
 

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