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Methylenedianiline – 1926 Construction

OSHA Construction Training Requirements - METHYLENEDIANILINE

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1926.60 – Methylenedianiline

(e)(1) – Emergency situations – Written Plan

(iii) – The plan shall specifically include provisions for alerting and evacuating affected employees as well as the applicable elements prescribed in 29 CFR 1910.38, “Employee emergency plans and fire prevention plans.”

(f)(7) – Employee notification of monitoring results.

(i) – The employer must, as soon as possible but no later than 5 working days after the receipt of the results of any monitoring performed under this section, notify each affected employee of these results either individually in writing or by posting the results in an appropriate location that is accessible to employees.

(i)(2) – Respirator program. The employer must implement a respiratory protection program in accordance with § 1910.134 (b) through (d) (except (d)(1)(iii)), and (f) through (m), which covers each employee required by this section to use a respirator.

(j)(3) – Protective work clothing and equipment – Cleaning and replacement:

(iv)- Any employer who gives MDA-contaminated clothing to another person for laundering shall inform such person of the requirement to prevent the release of MDA.

(v) – The employer shall inform any person who launders or cleans protective clothing or equipment contaminated with MDA of the potentially harmful effects of exposure.

(l)(3) – Information and training.

(i) – The employer shall provide employees with information and training on MDA, in accordance with 29 CFR 1910.1200(h), at the time of initial assignment and at least annually thereafter.

(ii) – In addition to the information required under 29 CFR 1910.1200, the employer shall:

(A) – Provide an explanation of the contents of this section, including appendices A and B, and indicate to employees where a copy of the standard is available;

(B) – Describe the medical surveillance program required under paragraph (n) of this section, and explain the information contained in Appendix C of the section; and

(C) – Describe the medical removal provision required under paragraph (n) of this section.

(l)(4) – Access to training materials.

(i) – The employer shall make readily available to all affected employees, without cost, all written materials relating to the employee training program, including a copy of this regulation.

(o)(6) – Training records. The employer shall maintain all employee training records for one (1) year beyond the last date of employment.

(p)(1) – Employee observation. The employer shall provide affected employees, or their designated representatives, an opportunity to observe the measuring or monitoring of employee exposure to MDA conducted pursuant to paragraph (f) of this section.

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