Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 60. Safety
Section 66. Employee Safety Education Programs.
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AS 18.60.066. Employee Safety Education Programs.

(a) An employer shall conduct a safety education program for an employee before the employee performs a new work assignment that may result in the employee being exposed to a toxic or hazardous substance or a physical agent for which the employee has not received safety instruction as provided under (b) of this section.

(b) An employee safety instruction program shall inform the employee of

(1) the location, properties, and known or suspected acute and chronic health effects of the hazardous or toxic substances or physical agents to which the employee is exposed in the workplace;

(2) the nature of the operations that could result in exposure to hazardous or toxic substances or physical agents as well as any necessary handling or hygienic practices or precautions; and

(3) the location, purpose, proper use, and limitations of personal protective equipment used in the workplace.

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