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1910.1025(k)(1)(iii)(A)(1)
For an employee removed due to a blood lead level at or above 60 [mu]g/100 g, or due to an average blood lead level at or above 50 [mu]g/100 g, when two consecutive blood sampling tests indicate that the employee's blood lead level is below 40 [mu]g/100 g of whole blood;
1910.1025(k)(1)(iii)(A)(2)
For an employee removed due to a final medical determination, when a subsequent final medical determination results in a medical finding, determination, or opinion that the employee no longer has a detected medical condition which places the employee at increased risk of material impairment to health from exposure to lead.

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