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1910.1025(d)(3)(i)
The employer shall monitor employee exposures and shall base initial determinations on the employee exposure monitoring results and any of the following, relevant considerations:
1910.1025(d)(3)(i)(A)
Any information, observations, or calculations which would indicate employee exposure to lead;
1910.1025(d)(3)(i)(B)
Any previous measurements of airborne lead; and
1910.1025(d)(3)(i)(C)
Any employee complaints of symptoms which may be attributable to exposure to lead.
1910.1025(d)(3)(iii)
Measurements of airborne lead made in the preceding 12 months may be used to satisfy the requirement to monitor under paragraph (d)(3)(i) if the sampling and analytical methods used meet the accuracy and confidence levels of paragraph (d)(9) of this section.
1910.1025(d)(3)(ii)
Monitoring for the initial determination may be limited to a representative sample of the exposed employees who the employer reasonably believes are exposed to the greatest airborne concentrations of lead in the workplace.

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