When fire disasters occur in a building or a surrounded place where people can’t run away, most number of casualties happens because of smoke inhalation. The Fire Relief Respirator has been designed to overcome a situation like this by providing oxygen to people who are trapped inside a burning building. It enables the victim to wait longer for the rescue team, thus increases the chance of their survival. Whether it is a residence, office, hotel or any kind of high-raised building, Fire Relief Respirator can save quite a few numbers of people from dying by inhaling poisonous smokes that is produced during a fire disaster.
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Reminder that the first compliance date of the revised HCS is December 1, 2013. By that time employers must have trained their workers on the new label elements and the SDS format. This new format is the global standard for all safety data sheets now and will be a manditory switch over by June 1, 2016.