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1-Bromopropane: OSHA/NIOSH Hazard Alert
(OSHA 3676 - 2014) (English: HTML PDF)

Calcium Hypochlorite (CaCl2O2)
(1991, November 14) (English: HTML)

Chemical Exposures from Industrial Valve and Piping Systems
(1996, May 14) (English: HTML)

Chemical Grain Fumigant
(2015, January 6) (English: HTML)

(1991, February 15) (English: HTML)

Ebola: Cleaning and Decontamination of Ebola on Surfaces Fact Sheet
(OSHA FS 3756 - 2016) (English: PDF)

Ethylene Oxide (EtO): Understanding OSHA's Exposure Monitoring Requirements
(OSHA 3325 - 2007) (English: HTML PDF)

Ethylene Oxide Fact Sheet
(2002) (English: PDF)

Formaldehyde Fact Sheet
(2011) (English: HTML PDF)

Hazardous Waste & Emergency Response
(OSHA 3114 - 2008) (English: PDF Add to Cart)

Hexavalent Chromium: Small Entity Compliance Guide for the Hexavalent Chromium Standards
The guide describes the steps that employers are required to take to protect employees from hazards associated with exposure to hexavalent chromium. It provides detailed information on permissible exposure limits (PEL), exposure determination, regulated areas, methods of compliance, respiratory protection, protective work clothing and equipment, hygiene areas and practices, housekeeping, and medical surveillance. (OSHA 3320 - 2006) (English: PDF)

Hydrogen Sulfide QuickCard™
(OSHA 3300 - 2005) (English: HTML PDF)
(OSHA 3300 - 2005) (Spanish: HTML PDF)

Incinerators: Summary Report on OSHA Inspections Conducted at Superfund Incinerator Sites
(1993) (English: HTML PDF)

Lead Hazards Fact Sheet
(2005) (English: HTML PDF)

Lead in Construction
(OSHA 3142 - 2004) (English: PDF)

Methylene Chloride
(OSHA 3144 - 2003) (English: HTML PDF Add to Cart)

N-Nitrosamine in the Rubber Industry
(1989, October 10) (English: HTML)

N-Nitroso Compounds in Industry
(1990, March 15) (English: HTML)

Occupational Exposure to Flavoring Substances: Health Effects and Hazard Control
(2010, October 14) (English: HTML)

Perchloroethylene: Reducing Worker Exposure to Perchloroethylene (PERC) in Dry Cleaning
This document provides information on the health hazards and current regulations, as well as recommendations on methods for reducing worker exposures. It also provides information on training, personal protective equipment, and some of the new technologies available in the dry cleaning industry.
(OSHA 3253 - 2005) (English: HTML PDF Add to Cart)

Potential Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Asphyxiation Hazard When Filling Stationary Low Pressure CO2 Supply Systems
(1996, June 5) (English: HTML)

Potential Over Pressurization of Bromochlorodimethylhydantoin (BCDMH) Treatment Systems
(1994, August 30) (English: HTML)

Preventing Adverse Health Effects from Exposure to Beryllium in Dental Laboratories
(2002, April 19, rev. 05-14-02) (English: HTML PDF)

Preventing the Uncontrolled Release of Anhydrous Ammonia at Loading Stations
(2005, December 5) (English: HTML PDF)

Process Safety Management Depends on You! - Poster
(OSHA 3316 - 2009) (English: PDF Add to Cart)

Process Safety Management Depends on You! QuickCard™
(OSHA 3315 - 2009) (English: PDF)

Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals Fact Sheet
(2002) (English: PDF)
(2002) (Spanish: PDF)

Spirometry: OSHA/NIOSH Spirometry InfoSheet
A spirometry breathing test shows how well you can move air in and out of your lungs. Testing may be performed on workers who perform jobs that may cause exposure to possible lung hazards, are physically demanding, or require wearing a respirator. The test shows how well you can move air in and out of your lungs. Spirometry testing is required for some workers by OSHA standards.
Developed by OSHA and NIOSH. Available online only.
(OSHA 3415 - 2011) (English: HTML PDF)

Spirometry: OSHA/NIOSH Spirometry Worker Info
(OSHA 3418 - 2011) (English: HTML PDF)

The Potential Hazard Caused By The Deterioration Of Polyethylene Bottles Containing Corrosive Chemical
(1990, April 12) (English: HTML)

Water-Reactive Chemicals, Hazardous Materials Not Covered Under 29 CFR 1910.119
(1996, July 3) (English: HTML)

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