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Document ID (ISN)101318
CIS number 03-36
Year 1986
Convention or series no.
Author(s)
Department of Labor and Industry
Title Minnesota Rules - Chapter 5206: Hazardous Substances; Employee Right-to-Know [USA - Minnesota]
Bibliographic information Internet document, 1986-. 59p.
Internet access http://www.revisor.leg.state.mn.us/arule/5206/ [in English]
Abstract Standards (updated to 2003) implementing the provisions of the Employee Right-to-Know Act of 1983. Contents: definitions; scope (all employers and employees in Minnesota, except for certain "technically qualified individuals" [in the medical or research fields], workers on farms employing 10 or fewer people, waste service employees and laboratory workers; however, some provisions may apply to workers in the exception categories as well); hazardous substances (list of approx. 1200 substances, with CAS number and codes indicating source for authoritative exposure limits or hazard codes); list of harmful physical agents (heat, noise, ionizing and non-ionizing radiation); list of infectious agents (classified by type, and with codes indicating source of authoritative hazard codes); training requirements; availability of information (data sheets); labelling requirements; certification of existing labelling programmes; specific provisions for the provision of training programmes for farming operations in relation to hazardous substances and harmful physical agents.
Descriptors (primary) Minnesota; dangerous substances; physical hazards; chemical hazards; biological hazards; USA
Descriptors (secondary) infectious diseases; agricultural operations; list of chemical substances; information of personnel; internet document; law; warning notices
Document type A - Laws, regulations, directives
Country / State or ProvinceMinnesota
Subject(s) Standards and directives with the force of law
Broad subject area(s) Chemical safety
Physical hazards
Biological hazards
Browse category(ies) Biological hazards
Bacterial and parasitic diseases