Respiratory Protection Sample Clauses

Respiratory Protection. When cutting or grinding cementitious materials or cleaning in enclosed environments, respirators equal to NIOSH N-95 should be worn for protection. All other areas or operations will be evaluated by project supervision. Prime will be responsible for their own employees and shall provide all Contractor’s with their program elements and identifications of competent persons. Where conditions warrant, air sampling may be required to ensure the correct selection of respiratory protection.
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Respiratory Protection. Contractors whose work activities warrants that employees wear respiratory protection, shall establish and implement a respiratory protection program. The program shall meet the requirements set forth in 29 CFR 1926.134.
Respiratory Protection. 12.8.1. Contractor shall provide and require the use of appropriate respiratory protective equipment in accordance with 29 CFR 1910.134 and acceptable to the District, whenever a respiratory hazard exists.
Respiratory Protection. 9/10/1 The Employer reserves the right to require the wearing of respiratory equipment by employees. In such cases, the Employer shall provide a suitable personal safety device. The Employer shall provide replacement filter cartridges.
Respiratory Protection. In the event that the Employer requires the use of respiratory equipment by employees, the Employer shall provide suitable equipment.
Respiratory Protection. 1. Depending on the type of work being performed and conditions created by such work, airborne concentrations of some materials may exceed established Permissible Exposure Levels. Workers will therefore, be provided appropriate respiratory protection by the contractor, as required.
Respiratory Protection. 25.9.1. If Contractor plans to use respirators as a part of its Work operations, then Contractor is required to forward to JWA Project Manager a copy of Contractor’s written Respiratory Protection Program. Refer to 8 CCR, Subchapter 7 GISO, Group 16, Article 107, Section 5144.
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Respiratory Protection. It is agreed that the City will take the appropriate steps necessary to comply with applicable federal, state, and local laws, including but not limited to Ohio’s Public Employment Risk Reduction Program (O.R.C. Chapter 4167), dealing with respiratory protection. To that end, the City will provide respirators that are applicable and suitable for the purposes intended consistent with applicable provisions of law. Employees shall use the respiratory protection provided in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, training provided, and all applicable provisions of law. Further, employees will be fit-tested for respirators in order to ensure that a proper facial seal exists as prescribed and mandated by current law. The City will require employees to correct conditions which prevent, impair, or impede a proper facial seal, including but not limited to, a growth of xxxxx, sideburns, any object worn that projects under the face piece, or temple pieces on glasses. The refusal or failure of any employee, after being advised by management, to take corrective action to remedy those conditions which prevent, impair or impede the proper fit of a respirator may subject such employee to disciplinary action, up to and including termination. Employees who are assigned a respirator must be medically cleared to determine their fitness to wear the respirator, which may require a physical examination. No employee will be assigned a task requiring the use of a respirator unless found physically able to perform the work while wearing the respirator. Physical examinations to determine medical fitness to wear a respirator shall be conducted by a licensed health care professional. Certain provisions of applicable occupational health and safety laws require site and/or job specific policies, procedures and protocols. It is further agreed that the City will promulgate and employees will comply with such site and/or job specific policies, procedures and protocols. Failure of an employee to comply with such policies, procedures and protocols may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination.
Respiratory Protection. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for providing adequate respiratory protection at all times for all individuals in the work area. Types of respirators used shall be approved by MSHA/NIOSH for asbestos in accordance with OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.1101 and 29 CFR 1910.134. The Contractor shall provide a level of respiratory protection, which supplies an airborne fiber level inside the respirator below
Respiratory Protection. Use respiratory protection if necessary, to maintain employees' exposures to lead and other toxic metals below the PEL after feasible engineering controls and work practices have been implemented. Require the use of respirators for employees, inspectors, observers, or other personnel who enter areas where airborne exposures exceed or are expected to exceed the PEL, or when entering regulated areas. Provide respiratory protection for two Representatives at each site for each shift, including fit tests. The Department is responsible for verifying that the Representatives are medically fit to wear respirators. Develop a written Respiratory Protection Program in compliance with 29 CFR 1926.103, including commitments to provide the necessary medical examinations. Include the provisions of the associated OSHA standards for each toxic metal that is present in the coating being disturbed or the abrasive being used. Address the selection, use, maintenance and inspection of respirators, and qualifications for respirator users. Treat used respirator cartridges as hazardous waste and dispose of according to this Section and Federal regulations.
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