Tag: chemical exposure

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NIOSH Issues Guidance for Hazardous Substances with No Clear OEL

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) released new guidance for determining the level of hazards for substances with no occupational exposure limit (OEL) established by a government agency, by a standard-setting body, or in peer-reviewed literature.

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Two New Safety Certifications Unveiled by AIHA

Occupational safety and health professionals can now pursue two new certificate programs offered by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), the group announced. The AIHA will now certify qualified professionals in assessing workplace chemical exposures and using instruments to detect gases and vapors.

4 Chemical Exposures to Assess Before Remodeling and Renovation

Are you finally getting around to renovating that office building? Planning to repurpose that quality control lab built in the 1950s? Updating your electrical wiring and incidentally updating other aspects of the building’s interior? If you’re going to start ripping up and replacing things, “taking it down to the studs,” or otherwise remodeling and renovating […]