Maximum Concentrations at the Workplace and Biological Tolerance Values for Working Materials 1989

Maximum Concentrations at the Workplace and Biological Tolerance Values for Working Materials 1989

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A discussion of the toxicity and composition of toxins commonly found in the workplace.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 170 x 240mm
  • Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH
  • Weinheim, Germany
  • German
  • 2 b&w figures, bibliography
  • 352727376X
  • 9783527273768

Table of contents

Part 1 Maximum concentrations at the workplace: significance and usage of MAK values; list of compounds - substances with assigned MAK values (including those substances listed in section III), substances for which, as yet, no MAK value can be established, substances with MAK values which have been examined for their potential hazard during pregnancy but which could not be assigned to any of the groups; carcinogenic working materials; dusts and fumes (airborne particulates) - general definitions, occupational health criteria, definitions applying to the measurement of dusts and fumes as correlated to response, technical provisions for measurement of particulates, fibrogenic dusts, general threshold limit value for dust, period of evaluation; special working materials - organic peroxides, gasoline, turpentine, pyrolysis products of organic materials, metal-working fluids. Part 2 Biological tolerance values for working materials: significance and usage of BAT values; list of compounds; carcinogenic working materials; members of the commision and permanent guest contributors; constitution and procedures of the commission for the investigation of health hazards of chemical compounds in the work area; substances listed in the Yellow Pages until 1988 for which the examination of MAK values and BAT values was completed in 1988/1989; substances being examined for the establishment of MAK and BAT values; procedure of the commission for the investigation of health hazards of chemical compounds in the work area for making changes in or additions to the list of MAK and BAT values.show more