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| Standard Number:||1910.1050; 1910.1050(b); 1910.1050(f)(1)(ii); 1910.1050(l)(1); 1910.1050(l)(2); 1910.1050(l)(3)|
(i) Liquid, powdered, granular, or flaked mixtures containing MDA in concentrations greater than 0.1 percent by weight or volume; andThus, an employer must establish regulated areas whenever employees are "subject to dermal exposure to MDA" as explained by the standard. If you have correctly described the situation in the area where the described maintenance and repair is done, then the employees working in the area are not " subject to dermal exposure to MDA" as explained by the standard, and a regulated area does not have to be established there for that reason.
(ii) Materials other than "finished articles" containing MDA in concentrations greater than 0.1 percent by weight or volume."
|Standard Interpretations - Table of Contents|
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