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RPE Maintenance

RPE Maintenance

Poorly maintained respiratory equipment may not offer the assumed level of protection to the wearer. This can be due to:

  • Worn by untrained wearer
  • Wearing damaged respirators
  • Respirators not regular checked by a competent person
  • Before Use
  • During monthly COSHH Inspection
  • Not being maintained as per manufacturers requirements (Particular annual servicing schedules)
  • Poor Cleaning regimes
  • Inadequate Storage facilities
  • Lack of required record keeping

Our Technicians can provide training for wearers to conduct their own monthly COSHH inspections, or attend site and conduct these inspections on your behalf as part of our Managed Services package.

We can also carry out manufacturers required annual services to make sure your equipment is still being maintained correctly to provide adequate protection. These can be carried out on site, or at our designated Respiratory workshops in Enfield, Hull or Warrington.

Records are kept of the test which should clearly state the mask make, model and size of the mask tested. Records should be valid (up to date) and always available for inspection if required.

We currently carry out inspections on a range of Respiratory Equipment including:

  • Half Masks
  • Full face Masks
  • Powered Respirators
  • Airline Respirators (See Air Quality Below)
  • Escape Respirators
  • Self Contained Breathing Apparatus

Contact us for more information on 0330 390 0822 or email

Respiratory Mask maintenance
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Breathing Air Quality Analysis

If you are using airline Respiratory equipment from a compressor, we can carry out the required Monthly BS EN 12021 Tests to ensure your air quality is free from contamination, and meets the required standard.

Using FTIR analysis, we check for:

  • Oxygen
  • Water
  • Carbon Dioxide
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Oil
  • Any Other Contamination

Further information can be found in HSG 53 Respiratory Protective Equipment at work – A Practical Guide

For more information about respiratory hazards and guidance to reduce the risks, along with the respiratory protection solutions we offer.

For more information about respiratory hazards and guidance to reduce the risks, along with the respiratory protection solutions we offer, download the brochure below. Alternatively, Contact us for more information on 0330 390 0822 or email


Download our Respiratory Brochure
  • Face Fit Testing

    If you wear a tight-fitting respirator for protection against hazards at work, you will be required to have a face fit test to make sure the respirator fits correctly and therefore protects the wearer from the hazard. Our team of Respiratory Technicians are available to support you throughout the UK with the implementation of an effective Respiratory Management Programme

  • Respiratory Training

    With the long latency of work-related respiratory illnesses, it’s more important than ever that your people are properly trained. Alongside respiratory training, our technicians also help customers implement an effective Respiratory Management Programme which includes careful product selection, face fit testing, equipment storage, servicing, maintenance and record keeping.

  • How To Implement An Effective RPE Programme

    Respiratory Protection Equipment (RPE) is widely selected as a protection measure after the hierarchy of controls have been followed and the hazard remains. Unfortunately, up to 50% of respirators fail to offer the assumed protection level, therefore it is essential that an effective Respiratory Management Programme is implemented to help protect people at work.