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exposure limit

[ik′spō·zhər ‚lim·ət]
(medicine)
The maximum radiation dose equivalent permitted under specified conditions.
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The National Academy of Science Emergency Exposure Guidance Level (EEGL) for arsine is a 1-hour exposure limit of 1,000 ppb and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health level (IDLH) is 6,000 ppb.
The directive amends an existing directive from 2004 by introducing exposure limits to 8 additional carcinogens or mutagens.
"The current exposure limit sufficiently protects worker health when fully adhered to and enforced.
"Given the lack of scientific explanation justifying the new exposure limits, the many contradictions between the rule and the realities faced in the construction industry, and the fact that agency officials made significant errors in the basic data the rule is based on, we are urging the administration to withdraw this proposed rule.
At its March meeting, the Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) also recommended occupational exposure limits (OELs) for two other substances: nickel and its compounds and acrylonitrile.
Until now, Reliance Industries, HDFC, and Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited have been regularly touching the exposure limit with banks.
Mean lead levels were one-sixtieth the federal exposure limit.
The new Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) is 50g/m3 per eight-hour Time Weighted Average (TWA) and employers must measure worker exposure if levels reach or exceed 25 g/m3 as an eight-hour TWA.
Contract notice: bourges / avord defense base (departments 18 and 36) - controls of occupational exposure limit values for dangerous chemical agents
The first is harmonisation of single counterparty exposure limit for banks' exposure to single NBFCs with the general single counterparty exposure limit.
(a) Harmonisation of single counterparty exposure limit for banks' exposure to single NBFCs with general single counterparty exposure limit Under the revised guidelines on large exposure framework (LEF) that came into effect from April 1, 2019, a bank's exposure to a single NBFC is restricted to 15 per cent of its Tier I capital, while for entities in the other sectors the exposure limit is, 20 percent of Tier I capital of the bank, which can be extended to 25 per cent by banks' Boards under exceptional circumstances.
Inspectors found airborne lead exceeding the permissible exposure limit, and lead contamination on surfaces throughout the facility.