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Major OSHA programs are administered through directorates such as the Directorate for Safety Standards Programs, which provides workplace standards and regulations to ensure safe working conditions. Programs are carried out by regional offices and district offices. Under the act, many states have OSHA-approved occupational safety and health programs that function in lieu of OSHA programs or standards. OSHA has broad workplace safety responsibilities that pertain to physical hazards such as electromagnetic radiation, temperature, noise and vibration, ergonomic hazards such as repeated motions or heavy lifting, and biological hazards including bacterial and viral pathogens, in addition to the chemical hazards that are the primary subject of this section.

Environmental and tissue samples are frozen in separate cups, jars, or bags. Samples should not be stored or shipped in rectal examination sleeves or gloves, which can leak and result in contamination of the sample with other substances or samples. ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES Many toxicants are not detectable in tissues. , source materials, feeds) are critical to diagnosis in a poisoning case as well as being important for identifying and removing the source of a poison. FEED SAMPLES To avoid dilution, samples should not be pooled between lots, shipments, feed bunks, or animal pens.

Gov/dea/. It is advisable to contact the divisional office for a prompt response. A written request can be made to the Information Services Section, DEA, 700 Army Navy Drive, Arlington, VA 22202. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION Organization and mission Harmful chemical compounds in the form of vapors, fumes, mists, gases, liquids, and solids are encountered in the workplace by inhalation, absorption (through direct skin contact), or, to a lesser extent, ingestion. Airborne chemical hazards have great occupational health significance.

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