OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.1020
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s standard regarding access to employee exposure and medical records, you may access your exposure records that show the measuring and monitoring of your own exposure to a toxic substance or harmful physical agent. Examples of these records include:
- Monitoring results of workplace air or measurements of toxic substances or harmful physical agents in the workplace;
- Biological monitoring results, such as blood and urine test results; and/or
- Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
You may also access your medical records concerning your health status that were created or maintained by a physician, nurse, health care professional, or technician. Examples of these records include:
- Medical and employment questionnaires or histories;
- Results of medical examinations and laboratory tests;
- Medical opinions, diagnoses, progress notes, and recommendations;
- First-aid records;
- Descriptions of treatments and prescriptions; and/or
- Employee medical complaints.
You may contact Public Safety (x5330) for access to your exposure records and the Bailey Health Center (x5001) for access to applicable medical records.
Should you have any questions on this OSHA standard please contact Public Safety (x5330) and ask for an EHS representative.