Surface Limits: How are they derived & how should they be used in Industrial Hygiene practice?

This ACGIH® webinar focuses on the Surface Limits (TLV®-SL) recommended by the Threshold Limit Values for Chemical Substances (TLV®-CS) Committee. Surface limits are designed to provide a target level for alternative monitoring strategies for chemical substances that may be absorbed through the skin or eyes or may induce skin or respiratory sensitization following dermal exposure.

Posted on 19/06/2021

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