Section 3-21. The employer's follow-up of medical examinations in connection with exposure to chemicals

If disease or other effects on health are found to exist that the medical practitioner believes may be due to exposure to hazardous chemicals in the workplace, or if the biological limit value for lead has been exceeded, the employer shall:
  1. a.
    review the risk assessment carried out pursuant to Section 3-1;
  2. b.
    take necessary action to eliminate or reduce the risk associated with working with hazardous chemicals to a completely safe level;
  3. c.
    offer suitable medical examinations to other employees who have been similarly exposed.