The occupational permissible exposure limit
(PEL) for hexavalent chromium had been set at 52 [micro]g/[m.
A 1989 standard on wood dust permissible exposure limits
was overturned by an appeals court, along with standards for several hundred other substances.
Research conducted by Burns, Mozzon, and Ottoboni has indicated that operators of heavy equipment are frequently exposed to airborne dust containing concentrations of crystalline silica that exceed permissible exposure limits
James Hardie Building Products and the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association, resolutely questions the basis for the OSHA-proposed halving of the permissible exposure limit
(PEL) to respirable crystalline silica.
The Permissible Exposure Limit
(PEL) for hexavalent chromium is 5 micrograms per cubic meter of air (5ug/m3).
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has found DWAs not comparable to the lapel sampling method used by OSHA to determine compliance with its permissible exposure limit
(PEL) or other 8-hr occupational exposure limits (OELs) (Donaldson and Stringer 1976).
But there is a permissible exposure limit
(PEL) for silica at construction sites; the PEL is based on the use of an obsolete field and laboratory procedure for evaluating air samples.
Overview of the Draeger X-plore 1700 Filtering Facepiece Respirator Filter material: CoolSAFE(TM) to protect against solid and liquid non-volatile particles Odor version: With additional active carbon layer against organic odors below the permissible exposure limit
(PEL) Approvals: NIOSH Mask Style: Flat fold, individually packaged Versions Available: N95 w/o valve, packaged 20/box N95 w/ valve, packaged 15/box N95 Odor w/ valve, packaged 15/box R95 w/ valve, packaged 15/box Draeger.
Coal tar creosote exposures are regulated with an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) permissible exposure limit
(PEL) of 0.
Currently, OSHA has what is called a permissible exposure limit
(PEL) for silica dust created by construction.
The Federal Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) set a mercury permissible exposure limit
(PEL) of 0.
The proposed reduction of the permissible exposure limit
(PEL) for silica from 100 [micro]g/cu.