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Best Practices in Setting Up a Biological Monitoring Program - Advantages and Pitfalls (AIHce EXP 2019 OnDemand)

Recorded at AIHce EXP 2019

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Biological Exposure Indices have been identified for a handful of occupational air contaminants, yet biological monitoring is only required by OSHA for a few chemicals. Biological monitoring can confirm whether skin exposures are adding to a worker's daily dose for several air contaminants. Presenters will address the advantages and potential pitfalls associated with adopting a biological monitoring program.
Presenters: Shane Que Hee, University of California Los Angeles; Constantine Dumas, Materion Brush Inc.; Reginald Wills, Waste Management Safety Services, LLC.

Stock #: AOD19_H8
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