Fit Testing

Fit Testing

Respiration Fit For Healthcare Workers

Respiration Fit For Healthcare Workers

The use of P2/N95 masks should be reserved for aerosol generating Procedures (AGPs) or where the risk assessment places the patient in airborne precautions.

When there is a high probability of aerosol transmission due to the infectious agent or procedure e.g. bronchoscopy, sound scientific principles support the use of a P2 mask to prevent transmission.

RED OHMS Hygiene Respiratory (P2/N95 mask) Fit testing assesses whether respirators form an adequate seal around the face and checks if the wearer is receiving sufficient protection against biological contaminates.

RED OHMS Hygiene conducts fit testing in line with AS 1715 (2009) which stipulates:

  • that individuals are trained in using RPE;
  • what needs to be provided in the training;
  • fit testing;
  • individuals being clean shaven.
Vision & Mission

Protecting worker health and safety, along with the environment.

Our commitment to safety is to be beyond reproach with a zero-harm target firmly fixed within our corporate sights.

By partnering with clients to understand their risks and how to manage them, we are able to create a workplace where:

  • the health, safety and wellbeing of employees is paramount; and
  • environmental risk is appropriately managed and harm minimised.

Our mission is to protect worker health and safety by partnering with clients to understand their risks and how to manage them and to create a workplace where the health, safety and wellbeing of employees is paramount.

RED OHMS aims to be a corporate citizen that continuously communicates and delivers on our promises viewing our employees and clients as key stake holders and paramount to the success of RED OHMS now and in the future.

RED OHMS Commitment to Safety

We aim to participate in the wider safety, hygiene and environmental community at large, acting as a mentor for those wishing to enter these industries and will be zealous in our endeavour for continued improvement within ourselves and the greater health and environmental communities.