The 2020 Coronavirus pandemic has caused the emergency services to re-evaluate their preparedness for infection control under a variety of circumstances, with new procedure for the fit testing, donning and doffing of PPE having to be learned and followed. The people that law enforcement officers encounter are considered to pose a significant risk for spreading infection because these people often have to be searched, handcuffed or subdued. Performing these law enforcement functions can place officers at a high risk of injury and illness through occupational disease exposures. There is therefore a clear need for more effective forms of respiratory protection.
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The 2020 Coronavirus pandemic has caused the emergency services to re-evaluate their preparedness for infection control under a variety of circumstances, with new procedure for the fit testing, donning and doffing of PPE having to be learned and followed. The people that law enforcement officers encounter are considered to pose a significant risk for spreading infection because these people often have to be searched, handcuffed or subdued. Performing these law enforcement functions can place officers at a high risk of injury and illness through occupational disease exposures. There is therefore a clear need for more effective forms of respiratory protection.


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