The OSHA Act contains a part referred to as the “General Duty Clause” The Clause In order to include the consideration of air sampling and airborne exposure levels in normal work place inspections without the use of a specific standard, OSHA has turned to the provisions of
Noise exposure is one of the most common physical hazards in the occupational environment. Simple hearing protection such as ear plugs or muffs help to reduce workers’ noise exposure but may not provide enough protection to prevent hearing loss. OSHA bases the requirements for a
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