Employee notification of monitoring results:

Within 15 working days after completing an exposure assessment the employer must notify each employee whose airborne exposure is represented by the assessment of the results of that assessment individually in writing or post the results in an appropriate location that is accessible to each of these employees.

Whenever an exposure assessment indicates that airborne exposure is above the TWA PEL or STEL, the employer must describe in the written notification the corrective action being taken to reduce airborne exposure to or below the exposure limit(s) exceeded where feasible corrective action exists but had not been implemented when the monitoring was conducted.

The following template is available for your consideration and use in fulfilling this compliance obligation:
Employee Notification of Monitoring Results Template

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