HEALTH HAZARDS

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HEALTH HAZARDS

OSH Act of 1970

Routes of Entry

OSHA Hierarchy of Control

Types of Exposure

Exposure Limits Air Contaminants

Exposure Limits Air Contaminants

Exposure Limits Air Contaminants

Exposure Limits Air Contaminants

Silica Special Emphasis Program (SEP)

Why Target Crystalline Silica Exposure?

Occurrence and Use of Silica

Occurrence and Use of Silica

Construction Targeting

Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) for Silica

Silicosis Prevention Program

Silicosis Prevention Program

Silicosis Prevention Program

Health Effects

Common Hazard

Exposure Controls Substitution

Exposure Controls Wet Methods

Silica Case Example

Silica Case Example

Cadmium 29 CFR 1926.1127

Cadmium 29 CFR 1926.1127

Cadmium 29 CFR 1926.1127

Cadmium 29 CFR 1926.1127

Scope

Covered Activities

Definitions

Permissible Exposure Limit

Exposure Monitoring

Initial Monitoring

Prohibited Activities

Methods of Compliance

Methods of Compliance

Compliance Program

Other Requirements

Lead in Construction Standard

Lead in Construction Standard

Selected Definitions

Selected Definitions

Selected Definitions

Selected Definitions

Exposure Assessment Lead in Construction

Exposure Assessment Lead in Construction

Exposure Assessment Lead in Construction

Exposure Assessment Lead in Construction

Exposure Assessment Lead in Construction

Exposure Assessment Lead in Construction

Methods Of Compliance Lead in Construction

Respiratory Protection Lead in Construction

Respiratory Protection Lead in Construction

Exposure > PEL Lead in Construction

Housekeeping Lead in Construction

Medical Surveillance Lead in Construction

Medical Removal Lead in Construction

Employee Training Lead in Construction

Recordkeeping Lead in Construction

Recordkeeping Lead in Construction

Author: Mark Hodges

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