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CAL/OSHA

CAL/OSHA: California Occupational Safety and Health Administration

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Summary:
The State of California has operated an occupational safety and health program, under an agreement with US OSHA, since 1973. Traditionally CAL/OSHA has had less tolerance for dangerous pollutants, often setting future standards for OSHA. CAL/OSHA makes private sector employers responsible for providing a safe and healthy workplace.

Restrictions / Exposure Limits:

CAL/OSHA sets Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL)

CO – 25 ppmv, 8 hour time weighted average
CO2 – 5000 ppmv, 8 hour time weighted average
HCHO – 0.75 ppmv, 8 hour time weighted average
NO – 25 ppmv, 8 hour time weighted average
NO2 – 1 ppmv, STEL (Short term exposure limit)
SO2 – 2 ppmv, 8 hour time weighted average

Additional Information: http://www.dir.ca.gov/dosh

Exposure Limits Chart: http://www.dir.ca.gov/title8/ac1.pdf

CARB: CARB Page

US OSHA: US OSHA Page
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