VC4710
References
OSHA Crystalline Silica Rule 1926.1153

Employer may rely on objective data from the manufacturer, providing evidence the exposure level is below the permissible exposure limit (PEL) of ≥ 50 averaged over an 8 hour work day when a task is performed, under the tested conditions.


Makita performed testing to determine the operator’s exposure level to respirable crystalline silica dust. The purpose of the test was to produce “objective data” required for compliance under the exposure assessment option of OSHA respirable crystalline silica standard, 29 CFR 1926.1153(d)(2)(ii) when the task is performed under the same conditions tested by Makita.


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Objective Test Data

Objective Test Data for Concrete Drilling


XRH011TX

Objective Test Data for Concrete Drilling
with XCV05Z and XRH05


XCV05ZX_XRH05PT

Objective Test Data for Concrete Drilling
with XCV05Z & HR2641


XCV05ZX_HR2641

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