Question 1       

  OSHA  updated 29 CFR 1910.1200, the Hazardous Communication standard in 2013.  The update included new required elements for labels on hazardous  materials. Discuss how the new labels compare to NFPA, HMIS, and DOT  labels. Of the four labeling systems, which do you believe provides the  most information about chemical safety to employees and why?

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20 points                Question 2       

  Summarize  the standards and guidelines published by OSHA, the ACGIH, and NIOSH  that can be used to evaluate airborne exposures to hazardous materials.  What are some weaknesses to the permissible exposures limits (PELs)  currently enforced by OSHA?

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20 points                Question 3       

  Compare  and contrast the primary exposure routes for hazardous materials. How  does the route of exposure influence the type of control method that you  would recommend?

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20 points                Question 4       

  Compare  and contrast three methods of noise control. Which control method would  you recommend for controlling exposure to a fan motor producing an  eight-hour TWA noise exposure to an operator at 92 dBA?

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20 points                Question 5       

  Discuss  the differences between ionizing and non-ionizing radiation. Provide  one example of an occupational exposure to ionizing radiation and one to  non-ionizing radiation. How do the differences influence the control  methods used for these two types of radiation?

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