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| Record Type:||Instruction|
| Old Directive Number:||PER 04-00-004|
| Title:||Hearing Conservation Program|
| Information Date:||06/23/2008|
| Standard Number:||1904.10; 1910.95; 1910.1020|
|DIRECTIVE NUMBER: PER 04-00-004||EFFECTIVE DATE: 6/23/2008|
|SUBJECT: Hearing Conservation Program|
|Purpose:||This Instruction initiates and establishes a hearing conservation program to protect OSHA personnel covered by OSHA Instruction PER 04-00-003 "CSHO Medical Examinations" from the effects of occupational noise exposure.|
|Scope:||OSHA personnel who are covered by OSHA's Medical Examination Program Instruction PER 04-00-003 are covered by this Instruction.|
|References:||29 CFR 1910.95, Occupational noise exposure.|
29 CFR 1904.10, Recording criteria for cases involving occupational hearing loss.
29 CFR 1910.1020, Access to employee exposure and medical records.
OSHA Instruction, PER 04-00-003 - PER 8-2.5 - CSHO Medical Examinations.
OSHA Instruction, PER 04-00-002 - PER 8-2.4 - CSHO Pre-Employment Medical Examination
OSHA Technical Manual TED 01-00-015 [TED 1-0.15A].
CPL-02-00-135, Recording Policies and Procedures Manual, December 30, 2004, or current update.
|Originating Office:||Directorate of Science, Technology and Medicine|
|Approval:||By and Under the Authority of|
Edwin G. Foulke, Jr.
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