From: Mary Ellen A Scott <mas35**At_Symbol_Here**CASE.EDU>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Gas-Proof Goggles
Date: June 27, 2013 10:13:57 AM EDT
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Hi Everyone,

Does anyone know where to purchase these goggles? I have not heard of anything like this before.


Employers may substitute an air-purifying, half mask respirator for an air-purifying, full facepiece respirator when they equip the half mask respirator with a cartridge approved for protection against formaldehyde and provide the affected employee with effective gas-proof goggles.

Mary Ellen

Mary Ellen Scott, PhD.
Safety Specialist II
Case Western Reserve University
EHS - Environmental Health and Safety
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Cleveland, OH 44106-7227
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