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Access to Medical and Exposure Records: OSHA Brochure #3110
Last Updated: 12/30/2009
Who should read this booklet? If you are an employee who has a possible exposure to or uses toxic substances or harmful physical agents at your work site or an employer who has employees that may be exposed, you need to know your rights and responsibilities under OSHA’s standard on Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records [Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 1910.1020].1
If you are an employee who may have been exposed to toxic substances or harmful physical agents in the workplace, OSHA’s regulation may help you detect, prevent, and treat occupational disease.

Resource Attachments:   12/02/2009: 3osha3110.pdf

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