COVID-19 as well as other infectious diseases are a threat to the safety of healthcare and other essential frontline workers. This past year has seen a 1,000% increase in the demand for PPE which has presented exceptional supply chain challenges.
If your healthcare or frontline organization is struggling to secure PPE, knowing the various types of air-purifying respirators can open new solutions to meet your needs.
That's why we've created this FREE LIVE MASTERCLASS to help you determine the appropriate respirator for your operation and understand the pros and cons of the various types.
Learn from Thomas Scientific and the experts at ILC Dover who have protected American astronauts on the moon and kept healthcare workers safe during Ebola and SARS outbreak.
By attending this webinar, you can expect to come away with:
Learn the various types of air-purifying respirators
Understand the trade-offs associated with various types
Know assigned protection factor definition and applicability
Examples of head cover and hooded PAPRs with unique features
How to confidently select the appropriate respirator for your operation
February 25th we're breaking it down for you! We'll show you exactly how to improve efficiency while safeguarding people in hazardous conditions in this free training!
Here's the one tiny catch... free seats are limited to 500 and they are filling up fast!
So, hurry and register now because we'd hate for you to miss out!
Douglas Durney is the product line manager for ILC Dover’s personal protective equipment group. Mr. Durney started as a project engineer and then program manager for many of ILC Dover’s product development and production programs for the US Government, working on advanced chem/bio respirators for both aircrew and ground troops. Mr. Durney then worked as a key member of a diversification group helping transition the company into more commercial product ventures, holding various roles in new product development, sales and marketing of protective equipment, and other customer-driven engineered solutions. Most recently he’s been heavily involved in ILC Dover's efforts to support frontline healthcare workers with advanced respiratory protection including the rapid development, production, and sales of a new innovative PAPR hood – the EZ BioHood™. He holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Delaware and an MBA from Wilmington University.