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• Part Number: 1910
• Part Title: Occupational Safety and Health Standards
• Subpart: B
• Subpart Title: Adoption and Extension of Established Federal Standards
• Standard Number: 1910.19
• Title: Special provisions for air contaminants.
• Applicable Standards: 1910.1050; 1926.60
• GPO Source: e-CFR

1910.19(a)

Asbestos, tremolite, anthophyllite, and actinolite dust. Section 1910.1001 shall apply to the exposure of every employee to asbestos, tremolite, anthophyllite, and actinolite dust in every employment and place of employment covered Sec. 1910.16, in lieu of any different standard on exposure to asbestos, tremolite, anthophyllite, and actinolite dust which would otherwise be applicable by virtue of any of those sections.

1910.19(b)

"Vinyl chloride." Section 1910.1017 shall apply to the exposure of every employee to vinyl chloride in every employment and place of employment covered by 1910.12, 1910.13, 1910.14, 1910.15, or 1910.16, in lieu of any different standard on exposure to vinyl chloride which would otherwise be applicable by virtue of any of those sections.

1910.19(c)

"Acrylonitrile." Section 1910.1045 shall apply to the exposure of every employee to acrylonitrile in every employment and place of employment covered by 1910.12, 1910.13, 1910.14, 1910.15, or 1910.16, in lieu of any different standard on exposure to acrylonitrile which would otherwise be applicable by virtue of any of those sections.

1910.19(d)

[Reserved]

..1910.19(e)

1910.19(e)

"Inorganic arsenic." Section 1910.1018 shall apply to the exposure of every employee to inorganic arsenic in every employment covered by 1910.12, 1910.13, 1910.14, 1910.15, or 1910.16, in lieu of any different standard on exposure to inorganic arsenic which would otherwise be applicable by virtue of any of those sections.

1910.19(f)

[Reserved]

1910.19(g)

"Lead." Section 1910.1025 shall apply to the exposure of every employee to lead in every employment and place of employment covered by 1910.13, 1910.14, 1910.15, and 1910.16, in lieu of any different standard on exposure to lead which would otherwise be applicable by virtue of those sections.

1910.19(h)

"Ethylene oxide." Section 1910.1047 shall apply to the exposure of every employee to ethylene oxide in every employment and place of employment covered by 1910.12, 1910.13, 1910.14, 1910.15, or 1910.16, in lieu of any different standard on exposure to ethylene oxide which would otherwise be applicable by virtue of those sections.

1910.19(i)

"4,4'-Methylenedianiline (MDA)." Section 1910.1050 shall apply to the exposure of every employee to MDA in every employment and place of employment covered by 1910.13, 1910.14, 1910.15 or 1910.16, in lieu of any different standard on exposure to MDA which would otherwise be applicable by virtue of those sections.

..1910.19(j)

1910.19(j)

"Formaldehyde." Section 1910.1048 shall apply to the exposure of every employee to formaldehyde in every employment and place of employment covered by 1910.12, 1910.13, 1910.14, 1910.15 or 1910.16 in lieu of any different standard on exposure to formaldehyde which would otherwise be applicable by virtue of those sections.

1910.19(k)

"Cadmium." Section 1910.1027 shall apply to the exposure of every employee to cadmium in every employment and place of employment covered by 1910.16 in lieu of any different standard on exposures to cadmium that would otherwise be applicable by virtue of those sections.

1910.19(l)

1,3-Butadiene (BD): Section 1910.1051 shall apply to the exposure of every employee to BD in every employment and place of employment covered by Secs. 1910.12, 1910.13, 1910.14, 1910.15, or Sec. 1910.16, in lieu of any different standard on exposure to BD which would otherwise be applicable by virture of those sections.

1910.19(m)

Methylene Chloride (MC): Section 1910.1052 shall apply to the exposure of every employee to MC in every employment and place of employment covered by 1910.16 in lieu of any different standard on exposure to MC which would otherwise be applicable by virtue of that section when it is not present in sealed, intact containers.

[43 FR 28473, June 30, 1978, as amended at 43 FR 45809, Oct. 3, 1978; 43 FR 53007, Nov. 14, 1978; 44 FR 5447, Jan. 26, 1979; 46 FR 32022, June 19, 1981; 49 FR 25796, June 22, 1984; 50 FR 51173, Dec. 13, 1985; 51 FR 22733, June 20, 1986; 51 FR 37004, Oct. 17, 1986; 52 FR 34562, Sept. 11, 1987; 52 FR 46291, Dec. 4, 1987; 57 FR 35666, Aug. 10, 1992; 57 FR 42388, Sept. 14, 1992; 59 FR 40964, Aug. 10, 1994; 61 FR 56746, Nov. 4, 1996; 62 FR 1493, Jan. 10, 1997]


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