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ENGINEERING CONTROLS

The use of technologically feasible controls in the work areas for the purpose of reducing and
maintaining employee exposure to health and safety hazards in the workplace to or below the
PEL, and for controlling emissions from the work area. Examples of engineering controls are
ventilation to remove air contaminants, acoustical enclosure of noisy equipment, or methods that
capture the dust at the point of generation such as vacuum blast cleaning.


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