Simplify Hexavalent Chromium Health Standard Compliance with this Model Program

August 22, 2018

To comply with OSHA’s Hexavalent Chromium Standard, your company must establish a “Hexavalent Chromium Compliance Program” to protect its workers who may be overexposed to hex chrome fumes. In the mechanical construction and service industry the fumes are generated by welding and/or torch cutting on stainless steel building materials, such as pipe and ducts. MCAA’s Model Hexavalent Chromium Compliance Program can be quickly and easily tailored to create your company’s program.

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