On average, it will take approximately 15 minutes to complete the questionnaire.
Clearance results will be available within a few seconds after the employee submits their answers. A small percentage of employees will require further evaluations from our professional staff.
Employees will receive an email with a certificate once approved. Employees can also print their results if they are connected to a local printer. They can also login later from a different computer and print the certificate.
Those questionnaires requiring further evaluations will be referred to our Medical Professionals on staff. They will directly contact the employee to clarify answers or request further information. Full clearance results will be dependent upon the availability of the employee. Once a clearance determination is provided, the letter will be immediately generated and available online and for printing.
Yes, it will be up to the employee to return and complete the medical evaluation or training. No reminder emails be sent and the data will be retained until submitted by the employee.
Yes, RespCleraance offers the evaluation in both English and Spanish.
Yes, under the company evaluations section there is an option to export a spreadsheet. You can also sort by employees who have been approved, in progress, referred, and are assigned then export lists from those filtered searches.
Users can be archived when they are no longer with your company. This makes it easier to manage your active users. Archived users will also not show up when you view evaluations or training for the company. Archived users can be reactivated if records are needed.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standard contains no specific time frames, only recommendations for when workplace conditions change or an employee reports certain symptoms. In addition to changing conditions or symptoms, Respclearance recommends re-evaluating each employee at least annually. From our experierence, physicians and medical professionals will not certify someone's medical ability to wear a respirator greater than a year.
Yes, RespClearance clients have access to our reporting system 24 hours a day. This includes a variety of reports detailing who has completed the questionnaire and the current status. Reports are updated in real-time, so our clients can see who has started and who has completed respirator medical evaluations.
During the order creation process you will have the opportunity to assign employees for either the medical evaluation or training. As new hires are added, these can be handled through the same process.
Under the account tab, please select company evaluations. When you scroll down on the company evaluations page there will be a list of all the employees and their evaluation status. You can search for the employee by name or filter the search to those who are 'assigned' but haven't completed the evaluation. Once you find the employee, just click on the assign button on the far right.
On average, it will take approximately 2 hours to complete the training. The training is self paced so timing will vary.
Certification results will be available within seconds after the employee successfully completes their training.
Yes, an employee will have 3 chances to pass the online final competency exam and must score over 70%.
Yes, unlike most training programs, we give you the option to select specific types of equipment for additional instruction. You can choose from the following for Qualitative Fit Testing: Bitrex/Saccharine, Banana Oil, and Irritant Smoke. For Quantitative Fit Testing you can choose from: Quantifit and PortaCount.
Yes, please see our /help/resources/, which provides additional videos, instructional manuals, and written procedures for the fit testing equipment covered in the training.
Your employees will receive an email detailing how to log on. We are also available by phone at 1-800-934-0752 Option #1. Responses will occur Monday - Friday (8-5 EST).
Click the login link at the top right corner. Scroll to the bottom of the login box and click 'Forgot Username'. Your username will be emailed to you. If you did not receive an email, please check your junk folder. Please remember that your username is case sensitive.
Click the login link at the top right corner. Scroll to the bottom of the login box and click 'Forgot Password'. Your new password will be emailed to you. If you did not receive an email, please check your junk folder. Please remember that your password is case sensitive.
You can take your evaluation by logging into respclearance.com. Just click the login link in the top right corner of your screen. Enter your username and password (both are case sensitive). Once logged in, click the 'Evaluations' tab at the top. Now you can begin your evaluation.
Try refreshing your screen and then logging out. Log back in a few minutes later. If the problem persists, please email us at [email protected] with your name and company and we will further assist you.
Our service is compatible with all browsers, including mobile.
Yes, we accept MasterCard, VISA, and American Express. We always offer payment through the Purchase Order system.
A written respiratory protection program is a core component of ensuring safety in your workplace and is required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Regulations in the U.S. require employers to fit-test users at least annually, even if the respirator type doesn't change.Users should also engage in a fit test every time a new model, manufacturer type/brand, or size is worn, and if the shape of their face changes due to weight fluctuations or other causes.
A respirator is a protective face piece, hood or helmet that is designed to protect the wearer against a variety of harmful airborne agents.
OSHA's respirator standard, 29 CFR 1910.134, requires the use of respirators to protect employees from breathing contaminated and/or oxygen-deficient air when effective engineering controls are not feasible, or while they are being instituted. Several other OSHA regulations also require the use of respirators.
No, respirators shall be selected on the basis of hazards to which the worker is exposed (i.e. particulates, vapors, oxygen-deficiency, or combination). Also, OSHA requires the use of certified respirators.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
Also known as filtering facepieces, these tight-fitting respirators must be fit-tested before mandatory use at a job site.
If the employer provides respirators for voluntary use but they aren’t required, they don’t need to be fit-tested – but we still recommend it.