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This standard requires employers to maintain the medical and exposure records of employees that are exposed to toxic substances or harmful physical agents. The standard also requires employers to make those records accessible and available to employees or their legal representatives, and to OSHA.
Employee medical records include the following: Medical and employment questionnaires or histories. Results of medical examinations and laboratory tests. recommendations.
Occupational exposure is defined in 1910.1030(b) as: Reasonably anticipated skin, eye, mucus membrane, or parenteral contact with blood or other infectious materials that may result from the performance of a employee's duties.
As well as handwritten clinical notes, medical records include emails, scanned records, consent forms, text messages, verbal correspondence between health professionals, laboratory results, X ray films, photographs, video and audio recording, and any printouts from monitoring equipment.
Employee Exposure Record \u2013 Workplace environmental monitoring records for toxic substances and harmful physical agents that are to be maintained by the employer for 30 years such as chemicals, noise, radiation monitoring data, and treatment for work-related injuries or illnesses.
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The purpose of this standard is to provide employees and the union the right of access to relevant exposure and medical records. Any employer who maintains employee exposure or medical records pertaining to employees exposed to toxic substances or harmful physical agents is obligated to comply with this standard.
This standard requires employers to maintain the medical and exposure records of employees that are exposed to toxic substances or harmful physical agents. The standard also requires employers to make those records accessible and available to employees or their legal representatives, and to OSHA.
Exposure monitoring should be conducted by qualified professionals. The sampling strategy should provide an opportunity to determine each employee's exposure, either by direct measure using personal breathing zone samples or through reasonable estimates based on the sampling of similar work tasks or jobs.
Employee medical records include the following: Medical and employment questionnaires or histories. Results of medical examinations and laboratory tests. recommendations.
The purpose of this standard is to provide employees and the union the right of access to relevant exposure and medical records. Any employer who maintains employee exposure or medical records pertaining to employees exposed to toxic substances or harmful physical agents is obligated to comply with this standard.

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