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 How to Safely Wear and Take Off a Mask PDF

The How to Safely Wear and Take Off a Mask is a Health workplace posters poster.

This poster, "Respirator On - Respirator Off", from the CDC, provides a set of guidelines on the proper use of face coverings, and how to properly take a mask on and off to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


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cdc.gov/coronavirus	
CS 317033A     June 9, 2020 3:07 PM	
Respirator On /  Respirator Off	
When you put on a disposable respirator   	 	
When you take off a disposable 	respirator  	
Do not 	use a respirator that 	appears damaged or deformed, no longer forms an effective seal to the face, becomes wet or visibly dirty, or if breathing becomes difficult.	
Do not 	allow facial hair, jewelry, 	glasses, clothing, or anything else to prevent proper placement or to come between your face and the respirator.	
Do not 	crisscross the straps. 	
Position your respirator correctly and check the seal to protect yourself from COVID-19.	 	
Do not 	touch the front of the 	respirator during or after use! 	 	It may be contaminated.	
Discard in a waste container.	Remove by pulling the 	 	bottom strap over back of head, followed by the top strap, without touching 	 	the respirator.	
Clean your hands with alcohol-based hand sanitizer or soap and water.	 	
Do not	 wear a respirator that 	does not have a proper seal. If air leaks in or out, ask for help or try a different size or model.	
WASTE	
ABHS	
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Employers must comply with the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard, 	 	29 CFR 1910.134, which includes medical evaluations, training, and fit testing. 	
Cup the respirator in your hand. Hold the respirator under your chin with the nose piece up. The top strap (on single or double strap respirators) goes over and rests at the top back of your head. The bottom strap is positioned around the neck and below the ears. 	
Place your fingertips from both hands at the top of the metal nose clip (if present). Slide fingertips down both sides of the metal strip to mold the nose area to the shape of your nose. 	
Place both hands over the respirator, take a quick breath in to check the seal. Breathe out. If you feel a leak when breathing in or breathing out, there is not a proper seal. 	
Select other PPE items that do not interfere with the fit or 	 	performance of your respirator.	
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Additional information is available about how to safely put on and remove personal protective equipment, including respirators: 	 	https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/using-ppe.html

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