air monitoring

air monitoring

[′er ‚män·ə·triŋ]
(civil engineering)
A practice of continuous air sampling by various levels of government or particular industries.

air monitoring

During the removal of asbestos in buildings, the measurement of asbestos fiber content in the air.
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If a specialized air monitoring team is four hours away, the smallest the data gap can be is four hours.
Parlar (of the Working Group Analytical Chemistry, Commission for the Investigation of Health Hazards of Chemical Compounds in the Work Area, German) presents a group of air monitoring methods taken from previous relevant volumes of the MAK-Collection for Occupational Health and Safety that were selected because they "are exemplary for the standards maintained by the Commission.
Following the most intense study of its kind in the state, air regulators will soon publish the results of five air monitoring stations in Sun Valley.
The periodical reported that the spy program included air monitoring of more than 100 Muslim sites in the Washington, D.
The team's finding that effect estimates diminished for women living farther than one mile from a station suggests that the air monitoring stations may not provide accurate measures of exposure for these women; development of ways to better capture spatial variability in pollutant concentrations is therefore an important goal.
Extensive tests were conducted on what happened to the lead, including air monitoring, employee monitoring and examinations of the product and various areas around the crusher.
Air monitoring sessions were conducted in 8 three hour sessions.
Their demands are likely to include continuous testing at the chimney and enough air monitoring caravans to cover the whole borough.
Federal air monitoring for lead, asbestos, and volatile organic compounds on Sept.
While the focus of the foundry is air monitoring, the facility also can perform research into process and product environmental reduction, metallurgy, energy reduction, process controls, product quality and process improvement.
The manual covers: air monitoring and sampling programs; air monitoring and sampling techniques; air monitoring and sampling equipment; instrument calibration; exposure guidelines; air dispersion modeling; health and safety considerations; operating procedures for specific air monitoring and sampling equipment; strategies for air monitoring and sampling at abandoned hazardous waste sites and for accidental releases of hazardous chemicals.
In order to properly implement this type of program, you must log air monitoring results and keep up-to-date records.

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