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  • Employers must keep records of air monitoring data, medical surveillance data, training activities, and more.

Air monitoring data: The employer must make and maintain a record of all exposure measurements taken to assess airborne exposure as prescribed in 1926.1124(d).

Objective data: Where an employer uses objective data to satisfy the exposure assessment requirements under 1926.1124(d)(2) the employer must make and maintain a record of the objective data relied upon.

Medical surveillance: The employer must make and maintain a record for each employee covered by medical surveillance under 1926.1124(k).

Training: At the completion of any training required by this standard, the employer must prepare a record that indicates the name and job classification of each employee trained, the date the training was completed, and the topic of the training. The employer must maintain this record for three years after the completion of training.