Qualitative Fit Tests

**At this time we do not include masks in our fit test pricing and have a small supply. If you require a mask to be tested on please let us know prior to your fit testing date.**

Rural Rescue is proud to be able to offer qualitative fit testing at any suitable location as well as a monthly date for individuals.. We have all of the required equipment to complete the testing; however we do not include masks or respirators. Rural Rescue does have masks available that can be purchased at the time of testing if you do not have a mask or if the mask you test on fails to pass. Please let us know ahead of time if you will require masks for testing.

Public Fit Tests

Once a month and occasionally by appointment we offer qualitative mask fit tests at our office in Mulmur, Ontario. Our upcoming dates are:

 

May 15th, 2022

Click the date to register.

The fee for a mask fit test is $25.00 plus HST* If you need to test on additional masks it's $5.00 plus HST* for each additional test. *This does not include a mask*

You can choose your date and time slot below. Each 20 minute time slot will allow for testing on one mask, if you need additional masks tested please let us know so we can book extra time.

Private Fit Tests

The cost of this testing is $25.00 plus HST per person OR a $200 plus HST minimum. Outside of Dufferin County there is a $50.00 travel fee, this fee is subject to HST as well. Additional tests on the same participant are charged at $5.00 plus HST per additional test. These prices do not include masks.

To book a mask fit test for a private group or business please email orders@ruralrescuetraining.com

As per CSA Z94 4-11 9.1.6 “A fit test shall be carried out

(a) after completion of user screening;

(b) after or during training;

(c) prior to initial use of a tight-fitting respirator;

(d) when changes to a user’s physical condition (e.g., significant weight change or changes to facial or dental features) could affect the respirator fit;

(e) when there is a change in respirator (e.g., make, model, size);

(f) when a respirator user experiences continued significant discomfort during use or difficulty in completing a successful user seal check;

(g) when there is a change in PPE use that could affect the respirator;

(h) at least every 2 years.”

Visit our Contact page to send us a message with any questions or to set up an appointment.