N95 Respiratory Mask Fit Testing
Fit Testing of Respiratory Masks
The BBHC N95 Mask Fit Testing program is based on the standards and procedures of the respiratory mask manufacturer (3M), the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and the Ministry of Labour. They also conform to the Canadian Standards Association and the National Institute of Safety and Health.
BBHC organizes personal health protection clinics for the public when required and in response to the influenza pandemic warnings of world health care authorities. The respiratory mask is a major component of our health protection program. The mask is fit tested to each person, in compliance with provincial health directives.
BBHC can send a team of trained Fit Testers to your location, or conduct one-on-one tests in one of our locations. We also run our personal health protection clinics on an ongoing basis!
BBHC started its Fit Testing program in March 2000, in response to emerging infectious diseases, like Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). After the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care put its enhanced practices for health care providers and facilities in place, BBHC performed hundreds of institutional fit tests of the 3M N-95 Respirator Masks in eastern Ontario and western Quebec. To date, we’ve tested more than 20,000 people in our communities!
Fit testing for industrial/construction workers
Brianna Best Home Care Services is pleased to expand its offering of mask fit testing to service to industrial and construction workers.
The models we can test on are:
We encourage all participants to bring their own mask.
We can supply masks upon request.
We can accommodate on-site testing at your industrial plant or construction site, or one-on-one, by appointment, at the BBHC office.
To find more about what you can do to keep your workforce safe and healthy, please contact us today!