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I. Substance Identification A. Substance: Cadmium. B. 8-Hour, Time-weighted-average, Permissible Exposure Limit (TWA PEL): 1. TWA PEL: Five micrograms of cadmium per cubic meter of air 5 ug/m(3), time
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1.0 Introduction Under the final OSHA cadmium rule (29 CFR 1910), monitoring of biological specimens and several periodic medical examinations are required for eligible employees. These medical examin
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I. Substance Identification A. Substance: Benzene. B. Permissible Exposure: Except as to the use of gasoline, motor fuels and other fuels subsequent to discharge from bulk terminals and other exemptio
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A number of methods are available for monitoring employee exposures to EtO. Most of these involve the use of charcoal tubes and sampling pumps, followed by analysis of the samples by gas chromatograph
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The following Substance Technical Guideline for Formalin provides information on uninhibited formalin solution (37 percent formaldehyde, no methanol stabilizer). It is designed to inform employees at
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1,3-Butadiene (BD) Initial Health Questionnaire DIRECTIONS: You have been asked to answer the questions on this form because you work with BD (butadiene). These questions are about your work, medical
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Substance Identification Substance: Methylene chloride (CH2Cl2). Synonyms: MC, Dichloromethane (DCM); Methylene dichloride; Methylene bichloride; Methane dichloride; CAS: 75-09-2; NCI-C50102. Physica
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1910.109(a)"Definitions applicable to this section". 1910.109(a)(1)"Blasting agent." Blasting agent - any material or mixture, consisting of a fuel and oxidizer, intended for blasting, not otherwise
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1910.110(a)Definitions applicable to this section. As used in this section: 1910.110(a)(1)API-ASME container - A container constructed in accordance with the requirements of paragraph (b)(3)(iii) of
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This Appendix contains a listing of toxic and reactive highly hazardous chemicals which present a potential for a catastrophic event at or above the threshold quantity. ______________________________
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Appendix C to §1910.119 -- Compliance Guidelines and Recommendations for Process Safety Management (Nonmandatory) This appendix serves as a nonmandatory guideline to assist employers and employe
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The following non-mandatory general criteria may be used for assistance in developing site-specific training curriculum used to meet the training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120(e); 29 CFR 1910.120(p
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Appendix A TO §1910.1200—Health Hazard Criteria (Mandatory) A.0 GENERAL CLASSIFICATION CONSIDERATIONS A.0.1 Classification A.0.1.1 The term "hazard classification" is used to indicate that
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APPENDIX C TO §1910.1200—ALLOCATION OF LABEL ELEMENTS (MANDATORY) C.1 The label for each hazardous chemical shall include the product identifier used on the safety data sheet. C.1.1 The la
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The mandatory criteria for classification of a chemical for carcinogenicity under HCS (§ 1910.1200) are found in Appendix A.6 to this section. This non-mandatory Appendix provides additional gui
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