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Question 143 September 2002


Passive Personnel Monitoring Methods - airbourne substances - arsenic

A member asks -

I am trying to quantify and assess an operator's exposure to airborne
arsenic that may or may not be present during a process.
At present we use a small sampling pump to pull a known volume of air
across a pre-weighed filter media for 8 hours, re-weigh the filter and then
analyse the contents for arsenic.

Is anyone aware of any published or otherwise generally accepted methods for passive personnel monitoring?

 
 

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  • BOC Group
  • Degussa Fine Chemicals
  • Marathon Oil
  • Rexam
  • Rio Tinto
  • Rolls Royce
  • TXU Europe
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  • AWE Plc
  • GKN
  • SunChemical Ltd
  • UKAEA

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