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Documentation for Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health Concentrations (IDLH): NIOSH Chemical Listing and Documentation of Revised IDLH Values (as of 3/1/95) [Online].
IDLH is defined as a condition "that poses a threat of exposure to airborne contaminants when that exposure is likely to cause death or immediate or delayed permanent adverse health effects or prevent escape from such an environment (Bolinger, 2004; NIOSH, 2007).
The RAID-AFM can already today detect and identify a broad range of chemical warfare agents and toxic industrial chemicals with short response times at IDLH (Immediate Danger to Live and Health) levels.
The IDLH references "conditions that pose an immediate threat of severe exposure to contaminants.
The RAID-AFM can detect and identify up to 20 chemical warfare agents and toxic industrial chemicals with short response times at IDLH (Immediate Danger to Live and Health) levels.
In most cases the LOC is arrived at by taking one-tenth of the IDLH level.
Now with greater speed and efficiency responders can identify chemical reactions, review NIOSH respirator recommendations, quickly access procedures and recommendations for chemical classes and determine chemical properties such as: IDLH, flash point, boiling point and lower explosion limits.