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Air Contaminants Reference Materials
Directives 10/07/1991 - L 2-2.52 CH-1 - Page Changes to OSHA Instruction CPL 2-2.52 07/22/2003National
Directives 10/16/1980 - STD 1-5.16 - Venting LP-Gas to the Atmosphere 07/16/2003National
Interpretations Air monitoring results, citations, and employee exposure records.[1910.1020(e)(1)(i); 1910.1020(c)(5); 1910.1020(c)(6); 1910.1020(g)(1)] 03/27/2002National
Interpretations Appropriate air sampling methods for copper and zinc oxide. 04/01/1999National
Interpretations Calculation methods used under the air contaminants standard for extended work shifts. 01/23/1997National
Case Studies Can a Worker Sue His Employer for Exposure to Mold?  National
Guidance Documents Carbon Monoxide Fact Sheet  National
Interpretations Carbon Monoxide or High Temperature Alarm Requirement for Portable Breathing Air Compressors. 07/05/1994National
Interpretations Compliance with NFPA 30-2000 ventilation requirements is considered a deminimus violation. 08/27/2001National
Interpretations Correct placement of air sampling cassettes on abrasive blasters. 01/04/1999National
Interpretations Correct placement of air sampling cassettes on employees performing welding operations. 02/03/1999National
Interpretations Determination of airborne concentrations of methylene chloride; protection of employees covered by 1910.1052.[1910.1052; 1910.1052(k); 1910.1200] 05/12/2003National
Guidance Documents Diacetyl and Substitutes (OSHA Worker Alert)  National
Interpretations Employees in a cotton yarn manufacturing plant who voluntarily wear cloth over their mouths and noses to prevent lint from sticking to their skin.[1910.134] 03/09/1995National
Guidance Documents Ethylene Oxide Fact Sheet  National
Interpretations Exposure monitoring requirements under the coke oven emissions standard. 12/07/1999National
Interpretations Exposures to polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB's) in lighting equipment.[1910.1000] 03/11/1993National
Guidance Documents Formaldehyde Fact Sheet  National
Guidance Documents Guidelines for the Protection and Training of Workers Engaged in Maintenance and Remediation Work Associated with Mold  National
Interpretations Hierarchy of controls for exposure to air contaminants.[1910.1000; 1910.107(d)(9)] 06/24/2002National
Guidance Documents Mold [OSHA Fact Sheet]  National
Guidance Documents Occupational Exposure to Flavoring Substances: Health Effects and Hazard Control  National
Interpretations Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) regulations for ozone [1910.1000; 1910.1200] 09/29/1994National
Interpretations OSHA's coke oven emissions standard is not applicable to the construction industry. 06/22/1999National
Guidance Documents Preventing Mold-Related Problems in the Indoor Workplace  National
Interpretations Record retention requirements for indoor air quality documents and reports.[1910.1020(c)(5); 1910.1020(c)(5)(i); 1910.1020(c)(5)(iii); 1910.1020(d)(1)(ii); 1910.1020(c)(13); 1910.1020(c)(6)(ii)(C)] 08/01/2002National
Interpretations Reiteration of Existing OSHA Policy on Indoor Air Quality: Office Temperature/Humidity and Environmental Tobacco Smoke.[1910.1000] 02/24/2003National
Guidance Documents Small Business Guide for Ethylene Oxide  National
Interpretations The interpretation of the OSHA standards 1910.134 and 1910.156 which address the requirements for workers who are actively conducting operations in atmospheres that are immediately dangerous to life. 11/01/1995National
Interpretations The use of ozone gas from ozone generators in a large room. 04/03/1995National
Interpretations Using a "generic type" certificate of analysis for Grade D breathing air. 02/05/1999National
Interpretations Wood dust sampling. [1910.1000] 04/22/1993National
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