OSHA Training Requirements - Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records
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1910.1020 – Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records
(g) – “Employee information.”
(1) – Upon an employee’s first entering into employment, and at least annually thereafter, each employer shall inform current employees covered by this section of the following:
(i) The existence, location, and availability of any records covered by this section;
(ii) The person responsible for maintaining and providing access to records; and
(iii) Each employee’s rights of access to these records.
(2) – Each employer shall keep a copy of this section and its appendices, and make copies readily available, upon request, to employees. The employer shall also distribute to current employees any informational materials concerning this section which are made available to the employer by the Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health.
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