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Zoning for respirators cannot merely be implemented. It is important to understand the chemicals to which persons are being exposed in terms of whether they are control limit substances or recommended limit substances.
OEL (Occupational Exposure Limit) – Means a limit value set by Minister for a stress factor in the workplace as revised from time to time, it’s based on an __ hour time-weighted average over a __ hour workweek
You would manage OEL exposure by means of the following:
From the list below, select the incorrect step to be taken should persons be exposed to a level above the OEL of chemicals
When you make an assessment in terms of the HCSR, you have to keep record of the assessment and you must take into consideration the HCS to which an employee may be exposed. From the list below, select 1 matter you must not take into account when you make an assessment
No person shall use compressed air to remove particles of an HCS from any surface or person.
Any person is allowed to eat, drink, smoke or to keep food or beverages in a respirator zone. Food or beverages cannot be contaminated by HCS and can, therefore, not enter the body by the eating or drinking of such food or beverages
You suspected that the concentration of an HCS in the air in a part of your factory is such that the exposure of the employees working in that area will exceed the recommended limit. You, therefore, carried out a measurement program of the airborne concentrations of the HCS which is representative of the exposure of employees. From the options below, select the 1 option you must not do to verify this measurement program?
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Substances listed in table (OEL-CL) have to be monitored once a year, and substances listed in table (OEL-RL) once every two years.