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"ERPG-1 is the maximum airborne concentration below which nearly all individuals could be exposed for up to 1 hour without experiencing more than mild, transient adverse health effects or without perceiving a clearly defined objectionable odor." [8]
(1 - [f.sub.x]) exp(-[w.sub.x]t) is the part of radioactivity that contributes to containment airborne concentration along with the coolant leakage with mixing rate [w.sub.x].
The ranks of subjectively found signs of dampness and fungal growth, declared microclimatic conditions maintained in the flats and objective measurements of selected microclimatic parameters for assessment of actual airborne concentrations of: a) culturable fungi, b) (1 [right arrow] 3)-[beta]-D-glucans, c) fungal spores in the flats
This can cause very high airborne concentrations and severe acute health effects.
determining whether personnel are being exposed to excessive airborne concentrations of isocyanates released from 2-pack PUP during mixing and application by brush/roller, to ship superstructures, in an open-air environment in a tropical climate (e.g., northern Australia) and
Using a less expensive and less hazardous surrogate powder, lactose, simulated operations testing was carried out in accordance with SMEPAC guidelines (Standardised Measurement for Equipment Particle Airborne Concentrations), with material transferred into and out of the isolator as well as undertaking a small scale milling exercise.
This observation indicates that "airborne concentrations" remained constant and "rates of vaporization" at the surface of the sample changed with airflow rate.
While national standards or "safe levels" for airborne concentrations of mold have not been established, if you see or smell mold, says the U.S.
Airborne concentrations in this space were measured to be up to 30,000 ppm.
This outcome indicates that sprinkling soybean oil has no effect on [NH.sub.3] airborne concentrations in the pig facility.
Moreover, we have documented high airborne concentrations of mycobacteria in the workplace.
Studies in animals have demonstrated dose-related malformations, growth retardation, and embryonic death in the offspring of pregnant animals exposed to airborne concentrations of EGME or EGEE at or below their respective Occupational Safety and Health Administration permissible exposure limits (PELs).

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