The job does not require exposure to dust, fumes, odors, and gases or more than occasional stooping, kneeling, and crawling, and, although the job does require constant reaching, it does not explicitly require overhead reaching.See id. § 920.587-018, 1991 WL 687916.
COMMON ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING CONDITIONS (to which the worker is exposed):WE - Exposure to weather - Not PresentCO - Extreme cold - Not PresentHO - Extreme heat - FrequentWT - Wet and/or Humid - Not PresentNO - Noise Intensity Level - LoudVI - Vibration - Not PresentAT - Atmospheric Conditions - FrequentMV - Moving Mechanical Parts Hazard - Not PresentEL - Electrical Shock Hazard - Not PresentHI - High, Exposed Place Hazard - Not PresentRA - Exposure to Radiation - Not PresentEX - Explosion Hazard - Not PresentTX - Toxic/Caustic Chemical Hazard - Not PresentOT - Other Environmental Conditions - Not Present
7. ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONSExposure to such conditions as fumes, noxious odors,dusts, mists, gases, and poor ventilation, that affect therespiratory system, eyes, or the skin. In Part A, the ratingfor the Atmospheric Conditions component appearsseventh in the Environmental Conditions column underthe vertical heading AC.