Enhanced Respirable Crystalline Silica Analysis Surpasses Previous Reporting Limits

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Although respirable silica has been regulated for decades, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) put new guidelines into place in 2016, updating the existing 1971 rules. Across most industries, the new PEL level is 50 µg/m3 over an eight-hour shift, with an action level of 25 µg/m3. Our AIHA accredited laboratory provides sampling media […]

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REGULATION OF NANOTECHNOLOGY – Where Innovation and Environmental, Health, and Safety Concerns Intersect

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The program is being presented at RJ Lee Group, Inc. as part of the Nanotechnology Innovation Executive Briefing Series and will examine two major points of interest dealing with nanotechnology: regulatory and environmental. Mary Beth Deemer of the law firm Jones Day will begin by discussing the existing and proposed regulation of products containing nanoscale […]

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