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OSHA Technical Manual (OTM) | Section III: Chapter 5 - Noise
I. Primary Route of Entry Inhalation. II. Toxicology Methylene Chloride (MC) is primarily an inhalation hazard. The principal acute hazardous effects are the depressant action on the central nervous
This section applies to General Industry (part 1910), Shipyards (part 1915), Marine Terminals (part 1917), Longshoring (part 1918), and Construction (part 1926). 1910.134(a)Permissible practice. 1910
OSHA requirements are set by statute, standards and regulations. Our interpretation letters explain these requirements and how they apply to particular circumstances, but they cannot create additiona
September 14, 2012 Mr. Sean Logan Assistant Fire Chief Helena Fire Department 300 Neill Ave. Helena, MT 59601 Dear Mr. Logan: Thank you for your April 27, 2012, letter to the Occupational Safety and
October 11, 1984 Mr. Mathew C. Kurzius IBEW, Local 1673 235 Columbia Street Dunellen, N.J. 08812 Dear Mr. Kurzius: This is in response to your letter of September 29, 1984 concerning facial hair and
February 21, 1985 Honorable Bill Bradley United States Senator Post Office Box 1720 Union, New Jersey 07083 Dear Senator Bradley: This is in response to your letter dated December 6, 1984, on behalf
March 29, 1985 Mr. Kenneth R. Thorson 278 Belleville Turnpike Kearny, New Jersey 07032 Dear Mr. Thorson: This is in response to your letter of February 10, 1985, concerning questions on facial hair a
November 26, 1985 The Honorable Christopher J. Dodd United States Senate Washington, D.C. 20510 The Honorable Nancy L. Johnson House of Representatives Washington, D.C. 20510 Dear Senator Dodd: This
April 8, 2002 Kelsay D. Patterson, Esquire The Law Office of Kelsay D. Patterson 3250 Mary Street, Suite 302 Coconut Grove, FL 33133 Dear Attorney Patterson: This letter is in response to your April
February 6, 2006 Mr. Gordon C. Miller Lawrence Livermore Laboratory P.O. Box 808 (L-379) Livermore, California 94550 Dear Mr. Miller: Thank you for your March 29, 2004 letter to the Occupational Safet
Hospital eTool: Healthcare Wide Hazards - Tuberculosis
OSHA Technical Manual (OTM) - Section VIII: Chapter 2: Respiratory Protection
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