Posts Tagged ‘air monitoring’
In January 2013, a group of more than 300 occupational safety experts, doctors and public health scientists urged President Obama to help expedite the review of OSHA’s proposed silica rule.
A Lab Analyst evaluates methods for sampling Glass fibers, an irritant and nuisance dust found in most building environments.
Recent reports raise concern about potential health and safety issues for workers who inhale the tiny carbon fibers or dust.
Concrete bridge repair projects using HMWM resin applications may require air monitoring as part of a public safety plan.