Recommendations for Chemical Protective Clothing Database
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ASTM . Standard test method for resistance of protective materials to permeation by liquids and gases under conditions of continuous contact (ASTM Method F739-99). West Conshohocken, PA: American Society for Testing and Materials.
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Boeniger MF, Klingner TD [forthcoming]. In-use testing and interpretation of performance of chemical resistant gloves. Appl Occup Environ Hyg.
Canning KM, Jablonski W, McQuillan PB . Quantification of surface defects on chemically protective gloves following their use in agriculture. Ann Agric Environ Med 5:45-56.
Daschner FD, Habel H . HIV prophylaxis with punctured gloves? Infection Control 8:184-186.
Fricker C, Hardy JK . Protective glove material permeation by organic solids. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 53:745-750.
Garrod AN, Martinez M, Pearson J, Proud A, Rimmer DA . Exposure to preservatives used in the industrial pre-treatment of timber. Ann Occup Hyg 43:543-555.
Garrod AN, Phillips AM, Pemberton JA . Potential exposure of hands inside protective gloves – a summary of data from non-agricultural pesticide surveys. Ann Occup Hyg 45:55-60.
Klingner TD, Boeniger MF [forthcoming]. A critique of assumptions about selecting chemical resistant gloves. Appl Occup Environ Hyg.
Kusters E . Biological monitoring of MDA. Br J Ind Med 49:72.
Mickelsen RL, Hall RC . A breakthrough time comparison of nitrile and neoprene glove materials produced by different glove manufacturers. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 48:941-947.
OSHA . Personal protective equipment for general industry; final rule. Federal Register, Vol. 59, No. 66, pp. 16334-16364. (Codified at 29 CFR 1910)
OSHA . Assessing the need for personal protective equipment: A guide for small business employers. Occupational Safety and Health Administration No. 3151. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.
Oppl R [2001a]. Chemical protective gloves – in-use protection time vs. standard breakthrough time. Miljoe-Chemie, Hamburg, Germany. [Abstract 196] New Orleans, LA: American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Exposition.
Oppl R [2001b]. Chemical protective gloves – in-use protection time vs. standard breakthrough time. Miljoe-Chemie, Hamburg, Germany. Electronic Proceedings, Dermal Issues II, (http://www.aiha.org/Pages/default.aspx). New Orleans, LA: American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Exposition.
Perkins JL, Pool B . Batch lot variability in permeation through nitrile gloves. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 58:474-479.
Roder MM . A guide for evaluating the performance of chemical protective clothing (CPC). Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 90-109.
Sanderson WT, Ringenburg V, Biagini R . Exposure to commercial pesticide applicators to the herbicide Alachlor. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 56:890-897.
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The technical information for this page (August 9, 2001) is contributed by Mark F. Boeniger, CIH, MBoeniger@cdc.gov, NIOSH, Cincinnati, Ohio.
- Page last reviewed: October 20, 2011 (archived document)
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- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division