or data”.At first glance, these
four little words plucked from a passage in the middle of OSHA’s respiratory
protection standard are easy to overlook or misinterpret. But any employer who fails
to carefully read and understand what is required to comply with 1910.134(d)(3)(iii)(B)(2) will not only be setting themselves up for an OSHA citation with a hefty penalty,
they might also be putting the health and safety of their workers at risk!
This section of the Federal OSHA respiratory
protection standard applies when there is . . .
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