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FlightSafety gets involved in medical mask making
FlightSafety manufacturing staff are producing the three main rigid components of the masks which its partner organisation then fits with a seal, filter and straps and delivers to health professionals in the Tulsa area.

FlightSafety International has been demonstrating its focus on safety and innovation. The company has applied manufacturing resources to produce medical safety products.

The respirators are protective devices designed for a close facial fit to help filter airborne particles. In partnership with a non-profit agency, FlightSafety manufacturing staff are producing the three main rigid components of the masks which the partner organisation then fits with a seal, filter and straps and delivers to health professionals working in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area, to help keep them safe while treating COVID-19 patients.

“Our teammates at FlightSafety Simulation in Broken Arrow are proud to contribute to the safety of medical professionals through their design and production of 3-D printed medical grade respirators (masks),” says Scott Goodwin, vice president, simulation.

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