Nearly all companies were concerned with forecasted exposures
; however, only a few were comfortable that they could accurately forecast those.
Yet, ultimately OSHA determined that it would not be feasible for employees to achieve this lower exposure
The recently announced NIH Genes and Environment Initiative will be a first step toward achieving the goal of improved exposure
In this federal multi-district welding fume litigation case, a consolidated proceeding of more than 6,000 welding fume claims, the defendants filed motions to exclude scientific studies and expert testimony purporting to establish that exposure
to welding flames causes certain neurological disorders.
In the study, children with 3 to 15 ng/ml cotinine, the category of greatest exposure
, scored about 10 percent below the least-exposed group in reading, math, and spatial relations.
to other types of mold results in allergic reactions that are of less concern for a healthy individual.
Guidelines for reducing and controlling exposure
were first published in 1987 (26) by a group of veterinarians, physicians, and research scientists called the B Virus working Group.
They also did not have sufficient information to understand HLIs' concentrations in particular markets and risk categories or their exposure
to broad trading strategies.
A unique feature of the standard is an exposure
goal program, which encourages employers to reduce exposures
to below the action level.
Contagion risks are present in the course of routine activities, with potential for exposure
increasing with the risk of injury.
OSHA requires that agencies have an exposure
control plan, that employees be properly trained, and that the hepatitis B vaccine be provided to employees.
distributor with foreign exchange exposure
may be far greater or far less than for an equivalent distributor with no such risk.