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Date: April 2, 2012 8:50:41 PM EDT
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29CFR1910.133 adopts Z-87.1 by reference thus makes is part of the OSHA regulation.  Z-87.1 specifies indirectly vented cover goggles (chemical splash).   ... Jim
James A. Kaufman, Ph.D.
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Date:    Fri, 30 Mar 2012 10:02:24 -0700
From:    John Hyde <JHyde**At_Symbol_Here**SCU.EDU>
Subject: Re: New Video from UCSD

Neither 1910.132 nor 1910.133 specify what kind of eye protection is needed (1910.133 seems to be about welding masks.
Am I missing something?
Professional consultants  recommended safety glasses  for non acid/base work here  a couple of years ago.
I'd love  to be able to point  out a statute that says Goggles not glasses
  John Hyde
Santa Clara University
Chem Tech.
Dept of Chem & Biochem

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