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Workplace air -- determination of particulate lead and lead compounds -- flame or electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometric method.
Geneva: International Organization for Standardization, ISO 8518:2001, 2000 Jan; :1-27
The health of workers in many industries, e.g. mining, metal refining, battery manufacture, construction, etc., is at risk through exposure by inhalation of particulate lead and lead compounds. Industrial hygienists and other public health professionals need to determine the effectiveness of measures taken to control workers' exposure, and this is generally achieved by making workplace air measurements. This International Standard provides a method for making valid exposure measurements for lead. It will be of benefit to: agencies concerned with health and safety at work; industrial hygienists and other public health professionals; analytical laboratories; industrial users and workers of metals and metalloids, etc. It has been assumed in the drafting of this International Standard that the execution of its provisions, and the interpretation of the results obtained, is entrusted to appropriately qualified and experienced people.
Analytical-methods; Analytical-chemistry; Analytical-processes; Metal-compounds; Metallic-compounds; Metals; Sampling-methods; Lead-compounds
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Workplace air -- determination of particulate lead and lead compounds -- flame or electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometric method
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