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General Instructions for Donning/Doffing an N95 Respirator (OSHA)

NIOSH approved N95 respirators used in Stony Brook Medicine include:

1.)  3M 1860 N95 Respirator (Health Care Particulate Respirator and Surgical Mask)

Available sizes:

  • Regular (3M 1860), Lawson #21723
  • Small (3M 1860S), Lawson #24815

3M 1860s are available through Lawson.

Resources:

3M 1860 and 1860S Instructions

3M 1860 Donning/Doffing Video

3M 1860  Respirator Instructions

3M 1860 Article Information Sheet

3M Website

2.) Honeywell DC365 Surgical N95 Respirator

Available Sizes:

N95 Honeywell DC365 One Size, Lawson #175175

Resources:

Honeywell DC356  Fitting Instructions

Honeywell DC 365 User Instructions

Product Features

Honeywell Website

3.) Moldex 1500 series N95 Respirator (Health Care Particulate Respirator and Surgical Mask)

Available sizes:

  • Extra small (Moldex 1510), Lawson #51154
  • Small (Moldex 1511), Lawson #26414
  • Medium (Moldex 1512), Lawson #26416
  • Large (Moldex 1513), Lawson #26415

Moldex N95s are available through Lawson.

Resources:

Moldex 1500 Series  Instructions

Moldex Data Sheet

Moldex Website

 

4.) 3M 8210 and 8110S N95 Particulate Respirator (NOT a Surgical Msk)

Resources:

3M 8210/8110S Instructions

Fitting Instructions for 3M Filtering Facepiece Respirators

3M 8210/8110S Video

3M Website

5.) 3M 9205+ N95 Particulate Respirator (NOT a Surgical Mask)

Lawson #175686

Resources:

3M 9205+ Instructions

Fitting Instructions Poster

User Instructions

3M Website

6.)  3M 1870+ N95 Respirator (Health Care Particulate and Surgical Mask) 

Resources:

3M 1870+ Instructions

3M 1870+ Donning/Doffing Video

3M 1860/1860S and 3M1870 FAQs

Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for Bitrex & Saccharin

Bitrex Fit Test Solution                                  Bitrex Sensitivity Solution

Saccharin Fit Test Solution                         Saccharin Sensitivity Solution

 

Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPR) 

To access a PAPR:   During normal business hours (7AM-4:30PM, M-F) – Contact Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) at 4-6783 to coordinate borrowing a PAPR.   During off hours/weekends – Contact Security at 4-2825 to gain access to the EH&S office (HSC, Level 1, Room 059).

You must be medically qualified to use a PAPR at SBM. Approved staff should submit the-

EH&W OSHA Medical Evaluation Questionnaire to SBUH_HR_Employee_Health_and_Wellness@stonybrookmedicine.edu.

Quick User Instructions 3M Versaflo TR-300+ Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) Particulates Only (not for chemical use)

3M Versaflo website and Instructional Videos (General, Assembly and Cleaning)

Versaflo 300+ User Instruction Manual

Versaflo 300 Quick Start Guide 

Versaflo 300 User Instructions Manual

Inspection, Cleaning and Storage Technical Bulletin

Air Flow Test Technical Bulletin

Cleaning and Disinfecting - Corona VirusTechnical Bulletin 

Battery Maintenance and Care Technical Bulletin

Troubleshooting Guide

Frequently Asked Questions

PAPR Annual Refresher Training

3M Versaflo 300+ Instruction Video

Bullard Hooded Powered Air Purifying Respirator, Model PA 30 Operating Instructions

 1. Complete the PAPR sign out form and leave form in the Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) office located in HSC, Level 1, Room 059.

 2. Inspect all parts – belt, blower, two battery packs, two magenta-colored filters, hood, white breathing tube, protective sleeve over breathing tube - for any visible damage. If any damage, do not use and contact EH&S.

 3. Prior to each use, verify adequate air flow by turning on blower (press black button on top) and placing the base of the airflow indicator tube on the top of the blower. The ball in the indicator tube must rise above the minimum air flow black line.  If not successful, do not use PAPR and contact EH&S for replacement battery and/or filter.   Turn off blower.     

 4. Ensure the hood is attached to the breathing tube and the other end of the breathing tube is attached to the blower unit. Write your name on the hood.

 5. Turn on blower. Buckle the belt around the waist and adjust belt as needed.  Don the hood.  If applicable, tuck inner cowl of the hood into scrubs/lab coat to reinforce seal.  Attach Velcro straps under the arms.  The blower remains outside of clothes, resting on the small of your back.  A cool stream of air should be felt inside the hood.

 6. Fully charged batteries should operate PAPR for 4-8 hours. If you hear an audible alarm, it is the low battery alarm and the batteries should be replaced.

 7. After each use, turn off blower. Between uses, clean exterior of the PAPR components and hood with hospital approved disinfection wipes (wear nitrile gloves) prior to placing back into carrying bag.  If hood is heavily soiled or damaged, discard and contact EH&S for a replacement. 

 8. Charged batteries, and replacement hoods, filters, protective sleeves are available in the EH&S office.

 9. Prior to returning PAPR to EH&S, use the disinfection wipes to clean the outer surfaces of the PAPR and discard the hood. Record date returned and length of time worn on sign out form in EH&S office.   Any questions, contact EH&S at 4-6783.                                                               Revised 3/23/20

Resources:

Bullard PA30 PAPR Technical Data Sheet

Bullard PA30 PAPR User Manual

Bullard Website

 

3M 7800S Full Face Air Purifying Respirator

3M7800S Instructions - Donning and User Seal Check 

3M 7800 User Instructions

3M 7800S Respirator Parts

3M 7800S Filters and Cartridges

3M Cartridge Selection Poster

3M Website