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From the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) legal challenge to OSHA’s Recording and Reporting regulations:
“If oxygen is administered as a purely precautionary measure to an employee who does not exhibit any symptoms of an injury or illness, the case is not recordable. If an employee exposed to a substance at work exhibits symptoms of an injury or illness, the administration of oxygen makes the case recordable.”
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