Oregon OSHA recently conducted salon air monitoring studies and came to essentially the same conclusion reached by Schoon Scientific and described in an October Press Release (see Oct. Article Archives). Even so, Oregon OSHA continues to intentionally ignore its own published definition of formaldehyde and continues to spread misinformation about formaldehyde, formalin, and methylene glycol. This open letter to Oregon OSHA discusses the erroneous information and challenges OSHA to refrain from continued use of incorrect terminology and misleading product testing.
To read Doug Schoon’s letter, go here.