2] Table 3 shows that detection and median levels of Cr, Cu and As among household residents and caterers were similar, but that those exceeding the Cr and As(tox) exposure limits
were higher (although not statistically significant) among household residents.
The problem, according to Keller and Heckman, is how the rule handles the identification of appropriate exposure limits
All industries must comply with the new permissible exposure limit
of 5 micrograms of hexavalent chromium per cubic meter of air (5 [micro]g/m3) for an 8-hour TWA.
As for smog, ozone exceeded short-term health exposure limits
on 10 days in Reseda by this time last year.
Neither NIOSH nor OSHA has a numerical exposure limit
for diesel exhaust, but the American Conference of Governmental Hygienists has proposed a limit of 0.
The Directive details levels at which employers should take action to reduce the level of exposure, this is the Exposure Action Value (EAV) and it also sets a level at which point further exposure to vibration is illegal, this is the Exposure Limit
Currently, the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygenists is recommending to OSHA a proposal to revise the exposure limit
for wood dust to 2 milligrams per cubic meter (mg/[m.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reduced the permissible exposure limit
(PEL) for 1,3-butadiene (BD) from 1,000 parts per million parts of air (ppm) to I ppm.
Once you've reached the maximum exposure limit
of your sunscreen you must get out of the sun.
Under Dodd-Frank, the cap is 25%, but the Federal Reserve has the authority to reduce the counterparty exposure limit
to mitigate risks to financial stability.
The proposal for shipyards and construction would maintain the requirements for exposure limits
(permissible exposure limit
OSHA's final rule, published in March 2015, reduces the workplace exposure limit
by half (from 100 micrograms per cubic meter to 50 micrograms per cubic meter over an eight-hour work shift) and contains a host of other requirements.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration will soon publish a final workplace exposure standard for crystalline silica that will cut the permissible exposure limit
In 2013, the agency published a proposed silica rule that promised significant change to the current regulation, including a large reduction in the silica exposure limit
Of the 13 sectors, rock and sandblasting associated with building pipelines and digging wells has the fourth-highest number of workers exposed to crystalline silica above the permissible exposure limit
(PEL) of 100 micrograms.