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|31. Section 3 - III. Events Leading to the Final Standard||39k|
|III. Events Leading to the Final Standard The present OSHA standard for MC requires employers to ensure that employee exposure does not exceed 500 ppm as an 8-hour TWA, 1000 ppm as a ceiling concentr...
|32. Section 10 - X. Summary and Explanation of the Final Standard||221k|
|X. Summary and Explanation of the Final Standard Introduction The final standard for occupational exposure to methylene chloride (MC) is different in several important respects from the proposed MC s...
|33. Section 5 - V. Significance of Risk||51k|
|V. Significance of Risk Respirators are used by American workers as a means of protection against a multitude of respiratory hazards that include chemical, biological, and radiological agents. Situat...
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