No Governor Can Order You To Wear A Mask
June18, 2020 | By Peggy Hall | www.TheHealthyAmerican.org
April 2, 2007 | Occupational Safety and Health Administration | OSHA
“…Paragraph (d)(2)(iii) of the Respiratory Protection Standard considers any atmosphere with an oxygen level below 19.5 percent to be oxygen-deficient and immediately dangerous to life or health. To ensure that employees have a reliable source of air with an oxygen content of at least 19.5 percent, paragraphs (d)(2)(i)(A) and (d)(2)(i)(B) of the Respiratory Protection Standard require employers working under oxygen-deficient conditions to provide their employees with a self-contained breathing apparatus or a combination full-facepiece pressure-demand supplied-air respirator with auxiliary self-contained air supply. In the preamble to the final Respiratory Protection Standard, OSHA discussed extensively its rationale for requiring that employees breathe air consisting of at least 19.5 percent oxygen. The following excerpt, taken from the preamble, explains the basis for this requirement:
Human beings must breathe oxygen . . . to survive, and begin to suffer adverse health effects when the oxygen level of their breathing air drops below [19.5 percent oxygen]. Below 19.5 percent oxygen . . . , air is considered oxygen-deficient. At concentrations of 16 to 19.5 percent, workers engaged in any form of exertion can rapidly become symptomatic as their tissues fail to obtain the oxygen necessary to function properly (Rom, W., Environmental and Occupational Medicine, 2nd ed.; Little, Brown; Boston, 1992). Increased breathing rates, accelerated heartbeat, and impaired thinking or coordination occur more quickly in an oxygen-deficient environment. Even a momentary loss of coordination may be devastating to a worker if it occurs while the worker is performing a potentially dangerous activity, such as climbing a ladder. Concentrations of 12 to 16 percent oxygen cause tachypnea (increased breathing rates), tachycardia (accelerated heartbeat), and impaired attention, thinking, and coordination (e.g., Ex. 25-4), even in people who are resting.
At oxygen levels of 10 to 14 percent, faulty judgment, intermittent respiration, and exhaustion can be expected even with minimal exertion (Exs. 25-4 and 150). Breathing air containing 6 to 10 percent oxygen results in nausea, vomiting, lethargic movements, and perhaps unconsciousness. Breathing air containing less than 6 percent oxygen produces convulsions, then apnea (cessation of breathing), followed by cardiac standstill. These symptoms occur immediately. Even if a worker survives the hypoxic insult, organs may show evidence of hypoxic damage, which may be irreversible (Exs. 25-4 and 150; also reported in Rom, W. [see reference in previous paragraph]).
(Federal Register, Vol. 63, p. 1159.) The rulemaking record for the Respiratory Protection Standard clearly justifies adopting the requirement that air breathed by employees must have an oxygen content of at least 19.5 percent. A lesser concentration of oxygen in employees’ breathing air could endanger them physiologically and diminish their ability to cope with other hazards that may be present in the workplace. The rulemaking record also demonstrates that any workplace atmosphere controlled at or near your recommended minimal oxygen level of 100 mm of mercury at sea level (equivalent to about 13 percent oxygen at sea level) is not safe and healthful for all employees. Exposing employees to partial pressures of oxygen that approach 100 mm of mercury at sea level leaves them with no margin of safety from potentially debilitating effects, which could appear suddenly and without warning.” Link
“Paragraph (d)(2)(iii) of the Respiratory Protection Standard considers any atmosphere with an oxygen level below 19.5 percent to be oxygen-deficient and immediately dangerous to life or health.”
How to File a Safety and Health Complaint
You (or your representative) have the right to file a confidential safety and health complaint and request an OSHA inspection of your workplace if you believe there is a serious hazard or if you think your employer is not following OSHA standards. The complaint should be filed as soon as possible after noticing the hazard. A signed complaint is more likely to result in an onsite inspection.
In the OSHA regulations, is a government recognized minimum level of oxygen at 19.5%, below which you start to have irreversible adverse effects that cause an immediate danger to life and health. Link To OSHA
Demand of your state and health officials that they “show the science” for these egregious, menacing, health-harming measures!
HELP ME STAND FOR TRUTH AND FREEDOM
Link To The Healthy American
https://www.TheHealthyAmerican.org There is ZERO conclusive evidence provided by the CDC that supports healthy or “asymptomatic” individuals wearing a mask prevents the spread of illness. PLEASE GO HERE FOR INFO to write to your representatives.
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You are not going to believe (Well, maybe you will) what I uncovered.
BREATHING is your right, protected by LAW. (Are we really even having this conversation?!?)
You do know wearing a mask leads to oxygen deprivation, don’t you?
AND it INCREASES your risk of infection!
And there are no conclusive studies that show wearing a mask if you’re healthy prevents illness.
#1 Masks: SHOULD YOU WEAR A MASK? https://youtu.be/mkrnmGyMeQQ
#2 Masks: HOW NOT TO WEAR A MASK IN PUBLIC,: https://youtu.be/aSiE-Op8cx0
#3 Masks: NO CA LAW REQUIRES A MASK: https://youtu.be/cQp8b3bxSVw
#4 Masks: MEDICAL INTERVENTION: https://youtu.be/MvrDys2UXP8
#5 Masks: MESSAGE FOR BUSINESSES: https://youtu.be/dttoR8uiqtw
If you believe other people should wear a mask to protect you, then kindly present one reputable peer-reviewed study published in a recognized medical journal that CONCLUSIVELY states that healthy people wearing masks prevents the spread of illness.
For those who want to UNMASK THE MASKS, go here for all the details on how to talk to businesses, your government officials and others to educate and inform them about the SCIENCE and the LAW that does NOT support wearing masks in public by healthy people: https://www.thehealthyamerican.org/ab…
CONTACT THE BUSINESSES AND ALL LOCAL GOVT, STATE & COUNTY HEALTH BOARDS, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
It’s best to speak calmly, and in a manner of requesting information.
Use the bullet point examples below in the form of questions.
Be polite but firm and require specific answers and a timeframe that they must respond.
Contact the businesses you want to visit in advance.
Tell them you are coming, and you won’t be wearing a mask for medical reasons.
Speak to the manager calmly and with conviction.
Write to the corporate offices with these questions (also good to ask in person at the store) “What are the medical grounds for your requesting your customers to wear a mask?”
“Are you aware there is no state regulation requiring that customers wear masks?”
“Would you provide me with the peer-reviewed research published in a reputable medical journal that conclusively demonstrates that healthy people wearing masks prevents the spread of disease?”
“Are you aware that a licensed medical doctor is the only person qualified to give me medical advice, and wearing a mask is considered a health intervention because it affects the function of the respiratory system?”
Are you providing a licensed medical doctor at the entrance to your store to provide physical exams of the public to make this recommendation?”
“Are you aware that my civil liberties protection (in CA, it is California Civic Code 51 (b) states that I am a free and equal citizen and cannot be denied services by any business establishment due to a medical condition?”
And be sure to sign up for your FREE ACTION GUIDE so you can stand for truth and freedom!
CA STATE OF EMERGENCY IS INVALID and UNLAWFUL: https://youtu.be/SrmqsEwsZ0A
How to find your elected officials: https://www.usa.gov/elected-officials/
“..people shouldn’t wear face masks to prevent the spread of the infectious illness, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. surgeon general.”
Penn State Safety Fact Sheet | PPE | Respiratory Protective Devices Source
“…Nuisance dust masks only provide relief from large dust particles and irritants and should only be used when dusts are not hazardous to your health. Nuisance dust masks are not considered protective devices. They offer minimal protection due to their poor sealing ability. This type of mask is not NIOSH approved since it will not protect you from hazardous dusts, gases, or vapors of pesticides.”
Healthy people warned against using face masks
“You can increase your risk of getting it by wearing a mask if you are not a health care provider”