Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-214a-2 - Design and construction of device

Current through March 4, 2022

Any eye protective device used in such school workshops or laboratories shall be designed and constructed to resist impact, provide protection against the particular hazard for which it is intended, fit snugly without interfering with the movements of the user and be durable, cleanable, and capable of frequent disinfection by the method prescribed for such device by the school medical adviser. All materials used in such eye protective devices shall be mechanically strong and lightweight, nonirritating to perspiring skin and capable of withstanding washing in detergents and warm water, rinsing to remove all traces of detergent and disinfection by methods prescribed by the school medical adviser without visible deterioration or discoloration. Metals used in such devices shall be inherently corrosion resistant. Plastics so used shall be nonflammable and shall not absorb more than five per cent of their weight in water.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-214a-2
Effective January 9, 1968

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