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Occupational safety and health series no 37 occupational exposure limits for airborne toxic substances third edition values of selected countries prepared from the ilo cis data base of exposure limits


Occupational safety and health series no 37 occupational exposure limits for airborne toxic substances third edition values of selected countries prepared from the ilo cis data base of exposure limits



Ilo Occupational Safety And Health Series, No 37 Occupational Exposure Limits For Airborne Toxic Substances, Third Edition: Values Of Selected Countries Prepared From The Ilo-Cis Data Base Of Exposure Limits Xiv+455p International Labour Organization: Geneva, Switzlerland Paper Xiv+455p



National exposure limits established for the control of hazardous chemicals in the workplace prescribed or recommended by fifteen countries and the International Labor Organiation (ILO), are presented in charts in this edition. Also included are the addresses of national bodies responsible for the establishment of exposure limits, and nomenclature, units and abbreviations. This publication will provide official services, professional organizations and management with valuable information for an effective control of harmful exposures at the place of work.

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