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Federal Registers - Table of Contents
• Publication Date: 12/10/1985
• Publication Type: Proposed Rules
• Fed Register #: 50:50412-99
• Standard Number: 1910.1000
• Title: Formaldehyde
• Abstract: Proposes to amend the occupational exposure to formaldehyde standard (1910.1000, Table Z-2). The proposal contains provisions for employee exposure monitoring, medical surveillance, recordkeeping, regulated areas, emergency procedures, preferred methods to control exposure, hazard communication, and selection and maintenance of personal protective equipment. Written comments must be received by March 10, 1986. Notice of intention to appear at the informal rulemaking hearings must be received by March 10, 1986. The informal rulemaking hearing is scheduled to be begin on April 22, 1986.

Abstract:

Proposes to amend the occupational exposure to formaldehyde standard
(1910.1000, Table Z-2). The proposal contains provisions for
employee exposure monitoring, medical surveillance, recordkeeping,
regulated areas, emergency procedures, preferred methods to control
exposure, hazard communication, and selection and maintenance of
personal protective equipment. Written comments must be received by
March 10, 1986. Notice of intention to appear at the informal
rulemaking hearings must be received by March 10, 1986. The informal
rulemaking hearing is scheduled to be begin on April 22, 1986.

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