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Summary report of International Minerals and Chemical Corporation, Phosphate Chemical Complex.
Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, IWS 57-13, 1976 Jan; :1
An industrial hygiene survey was conducted at the International Minerals and Chemical Corporation, Phosphate Chemical Complex, New Wales, Florida, on June 7-11, 1976 as part of the industry-wide study of the phosphate fertilizer industry (SIC-2874). Exposures which may occur routinely are sulfur-dioxide (7446095), sulfuric- acid (7664939) mist, phosphoric-acid (7664382) mist, ammonia (7664417) and radon (10043922) daughters. Additional exposures from maintenance operations or upset conditions include: vanadium- pentoxide (1314621), heavy metals, uranium (7440611), fluoride and silica (7631869). Recommendations are made to reduce exposure; these include the use of personal protective equipment and regular checks of the acid and ammonia lines.
NIOSH-Author; Field-Study; NIOSH-Survey; Region-4; Chemical-industry; Agricultural-chemicals
7446-09-5; 7664-93-9; 7664-38-2; 7664-41-7; 10043-92-2; 1314-62-1; 7440-61-1; 7631-86-9
Field Studies; Industry Wide
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