Sponsored White Paper

New OSHA Standard for Beryllium Exposure

White paper highlights the most important aspects of the new standard: means of exposure and hazardous health effects; determining risk; and the use of high-efficiency dust, fume and mist collection to achieve compliance and keep workers safe.
By CFE Media November 20, 2017

CamfilOSHA’s new standard for beryllium exposure, which currently has an effective date of May 20, 2017, contains standards for general industry, construction and shipyards. This white paper focuses on the standard for general industry and highlights the most important aspects of the new standard: means of exposure and hazardous health effects; how to determine risk; and the use of high-efficiency dust, fume and mist collection as a recognized engineering control to achieve compliance and keep workers safe.

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