NRD Static Control LLC

OSHA Regulations and Nuclear Static Eliminators

OSHA has adopted regulations (29 CFR 1910.1096) that cover the use of ionizing radiation in general industry. These are based on the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission regulations covering the use of radioactive material. Section 29 CFR 1910.1096 (p) specifies that an employer who uses radioactive material under the terms of a valid NRC or Agreement State license “shall be deemed to be in Compliance with the requirements of this section with respect to such possession and use.”

Since you become a General Licensee by receiving our devices, you shall be deemed to be in compliance with the OSHA requirements with regard to the use of our nuclear static eliminator, provided that you use them in accordance with the instruction sheets provided to you with these devices.

Hazard Communication / Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) Exclusion

Ionizing devices manufactured by NRD, LLC are excluded from the OSHA Hazard Communication and Material Safety Data sheet requirements. This exclusion is stated under 29 CFR 1910.1200 (b) (6) (xi).

NRD, LLC will not issue an MSDS for this reason. All required instructions are included with each product shipped.