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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

An individual using power tools to remove lead-containing paint is wearing a full face respirator with P100 (HEPA) filters and has been fit-tested using the banana oil method. What is the allowable lead exposure level for this worker, according to OSHA Standards?

Arnold Ferguson, CIH, CSP

50 µg/m3
500 µg/m3
2500 µg/m3
5000 µg/m3

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