The International Society for Respiratory Protection

100 Years of Respiratory Protection (U.S.)

Since 2012, NIOSH has recognized September 5 as N95 Day, a day to bring awareness to the importance of respiratory protection, specifically N95s. This year, NIOSH is doing something different. #100yrsRespirators

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Oxford 2020 Conference

We are proud to announce that the 20th International Society for Respiratory Protection conference will be held at Pembroke College in Oxford, England.  The purpose of the conference is to share the latest in respiratory protection research with the international community.  The conference will include presentations, posters, and an exhibition.  The conference offers a number of networking opportunities and serves as a platform for you to share your research, ideas, and products with experts in respiratory protection.  Visit oxford.isrp.com for the latest updates and all the information you need about the Oxford conference.

Global Exposure Manager - November 2018 Issue

As part of our partnership with IOHA we are happy to bring to you the Global Exposure Manager.  Included in this month's issue is an update on ISRP's involvement at the IOHA board of directors meeting.

This latest issue of the IOHA newsletter, Global Exposure Manager, is now available on the IOHA website here:  http://bit.ly/2KiClYf

Visit the main newsletter page at http://bit.ly/2ud7Mhdfor past issues and to sign up to receive the newsletter by email.

 

2018 Hyatt Award

The 2018 Hyatt Award for Outstanding Scientific / Technical Contributions in the Field of Respiratory Protection was awarded to Ziqing Zhuang at the Denver Conference.

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2018 Revoir Award

The 2018 Revoir Award for Outstanding Leadership and Services to the ISRP Organization was awarded to Mike Clayton at the Denver Conference.

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Denver is a wrap!

After 2 years of planning and a full week of presentations, networking, and recognition, the 19th biennial conference of the International Society for Respiratory Protection is over. 

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