Chemical and Biological Substances

resources

  • Manitoba Regulation Part 36 Chemical and Biological Substances
  • Guideline for Chemical and Biological Substances 2014
  • Statistics of Occupational Disease and Cancer
  • Basic Principles in Industrial Hygiene
  • Basic Principles in Industrial Hygiene Sampling
  • Types of Chemical and Biological Hazards
  • Safe Work Procedures for Different Classes of Chemicals
  • Definition of OELs (or TLVs)
  • What if No TLV Exists?
  • Example of Setting an OEL - Powdered Milk
  • Copy of the Hazardous Products Act
  • Basic Characterization
  • Hazard Assessment by Process and Industry
  • Hazard Assessment Options
  • Example of Hazard Assessment Options
  • Explanation of when a worker could be exposed above the OEL
  • Changes in the conditions of the workplace or to the workforce
  • Adjusting OELs for Factors in the Workplace
  • Basics of Air Sampling
  • NIOSH Methods
  • Personal Sampling
  • Understanding Day to Day Variation in Exposures
  • Is a Worker Exposed Above the OEL?
  • When to Sample / Resample
  • Controls for Airborne Exposures
  • Get some Technical Assistance
  • Control and Evaluation of Non-Airborne Exposure
  • Designated Materials - Definitions
  • IHStat - statistical calculations of exposure distribution
  • What to do if Sampling Shows Workers are Exposed Above the OEL?
  • Selecting the Best Controls
  • Click here to find a company that can do hazard assessments and exposure monitoring