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III. Summary and Explanation of The Final Rule This section discusses the important elements of the final standard, explains the purpose of the individual requirements, and explains any differences b
III. Summary and Explanation of the Final Rule The following discussion, which tracks the final rule paragraph by paragraph, summarzies and explains the significant substantive changes that this fina
III. Summary and Explanation of Final Rule In this section of the preamble, OSHA explains how the final rule relates to the proposed and existing standards, and how the comments and testimony present
.1: (b)(1) Access to employee exposure and medical records. Subpart Z, 1910.1020; (b)(2) Commercial diving operations. Subpart T; (b)(3) Electrical. Subpart S when shore-based electrical installations
V. Summary and Explanation of the Final Standard The revision of the pulpwood logging standard was undertaken in response to the concern on the part of OSHA to the number of fatalities and injuries t
VI. Health Effects Discussion and Determination of Final PEL A. General Principles of Toxicology and Dose Response Introduction As long ago as the 16th century, people recognized that there is no suc

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