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Criteria for Evaluating Exposures & Implementing Control Measures
The supervisor and employee have a shared responsibility to make the initial assessment of the potential for exposure. Use of ventilation and other engineering controls, good laboratory practice, as well as personal protective equipment and work practices all control the employee’s potential exposure to hazards.


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