CASDAP PE 18 Industrial Hygiene

CASDAP PE 18 Industrial Hygiene

PE 18.1.1 Does the State Industrial Hygiene Program (IHP) have a dedicated Industrial Hygiene Technician (IHT) IAW with annual manning document provided by NGB to the State? DODI 6055.1

PE 18.1.2 Does the IHP use the IH Master Schedule developed with the ARNG Regional IH Office to schedule a survey of every workplace? DA PAM 40-503, chap 2-1

PE 18.1.3 Is an IHP staff person appointed to the state Safety and Occupational Health Committee? NGR 385-10, 4-3 (b)

PE 18.1.4 Does the IHP coodinate with the facility management office to ensue participation in the design review process for proposed new systems and modifications to existing system during conceptual design phases of all projects? NGR 415-5, 7 (f)(4)

PE 18.2.1 Does the IHP identify training requirements by reviewing workplace evaluations? 29 CFR 1910.1200

PE 18.2.2 Does the IHP evaluate workplaces/processes to determine if workers require PPE, including respiratory protection, and recommend types of PPE based on assessment of the workplace hazards? 29 CFR 1910

PE 18.4.1 Does the IHP ensure all worksites are evaluated annually? 29 CFR 1960.25

PE 18.4.2 Are written reports of sampling results, survey information, ventilation measurements, and recommendations to customers reviewed and finalized by the Regional IH prior to final report input to the ARNG IH information archiving system? AR 25-400-2

PE 18.4.3 Does the IH retain, track, and provide command with risk assessment codes (RACs) derived from the Industial Hygiene evaluations? DODI 6055.1

PE 18.4.4 Does the IHP conduct follow-up evaluations on all operations that exceed standards (i.e action levels, occpational ezposure limits, short-term exposdure limits, noise, etc) IAW the applicable regulation? 29 CFR 1920

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