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We are in the process of updating our web portal. To do this and keep everything operational we are running a staging site here at https://www.ontarioachi.ca.
This site may have content differences from the live site and cannot be trusted to have accurate details about membership details of the Inspectors in our association.
If you are an inspector do not use this site to update your Continued Educational or Professional Development, Police Background Checks or Insurance documentation.
When we roll the live site over to the modified portal, all staging data will be lost.
If you found yourself here accidentally, you can find the live site at https://www.ontarioachi.ca
Inspectors wearing tight-fitting respiratory protection should perform a seal check each time they put on their respirator. A fit test ensures that the respirator is able to fit and provide a secure seal, but a user seal check ensures that it’s being worn right each time.
Users can either perform a positive-pressure or negative-pressure seal check:
A positive-pressure check means blocking the exhalation valve on a half or full facepiece respirator or covering the respirator surface on a filtering facepiece, usually by using your hands and trying to breathe out. If slight pressure builds up, that means air isn’t leaking around the edges of the respirator.
A negative-pressure check involves blocking the intake valves on a half or full facepiece respirator or covering the respirator surface on a filtering facepiece, typically using your hands and trying to breathe in. If no air enters, the seal is tight.