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Emergency Prep & Response
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2020 ERPG/WEEL Handbook
This pocket-sized emergency reference presents a clear overview of two important and well-established sets of exposure limits: the ERPGs® and the WEELs®. Recommended values for each series are contained in this handy booklet, along with other important information. This format is valuable for quick reference, but the exposure limits should always be used in conjunction with the documentation provided in each full set of ERPGs® and WEELs®.
Stock #: AEAH20-559 | PDF Only
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Assessment and Remediation of PCBs in the Built Environment
Edited by Andre Barton Ashley, Jr. and John P. Springston
Awareness of PCBs as a potential contaminant of concern in the built environment continues to grow. There is increasing evidence that many public, residential, and commercial buildings built or renovated between 1950 and 1979 may be impacted by the unauthorized use of PCBs in caulks, paints, mastics, and other building materials. This resource is intended to provide guidance on the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of PCBs in the built environment.
Stock #: EENG17-790 | 60 pp | Softcover
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Clandestine Indoor Marijuana Grow Operations: Recognition, Assessment, and Remediation Guidance
By Thomas D. Koch, Carol-Lynn Chambers, Stacy Bucherl, John Martyny, John Cotner, and Stan Thomas
This guideline discusses this emerging problem in communities with respect to environmental health and safety issues that can affect a wide range of individuals and organizations. AIHA® has developed this guideline in collaboration with the Office of the Fire Marshal, Province of Ontario, Canada, to address the ever-increasing health and safety hazards associated with clandestine marijuana grow operations.
Stock #: EMRG10-764 | 17 pp | Softcover
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Guidelines for the Selection and Use of Environmental Surface Disinfectants in Healthcare, 2nd edition
Edited by Erica J. Stewart and Roberta Smith
Disinfection is recognized as an important aspect of infection prevention, especially for Healthcare Acquired Infections (HAIs) caused by certain microorganisms, such as Clostridioides difficile, on environmental surfaces. Determining appropriate disinfection of environmental surfaces requires balancing several factors, including risk, efficacy, patient and worker safety and comfort, surface and process compatibility, and cost. New products and processes for disinfection are creating opportunities for industrial hygienists to apply their expertise.
Stock #: EDIG20-793 | 52 pp
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Recognition, Evaluation, and Control of Legionella in Building Water Systems
Edited by William Kerbel, J. David Krause, Brian G. Shelton, and John Springston
This guideline is intended to provide guidance on the recognition, evaluation, and control of Legionella colonization and amplification in common building water systems, both with and without any associated disease (legionellosis). This guideline expands on information presented in the Field Guide for the Determination of Biological Contaminants in Environmental Samples, 2nd edition.
Stock #: LEGG15-781 | 32 pp | Softcover
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The Role of the Industrial Hygienist in a Pandemic, 2nd edition
By the AIHA® Biosafety and Environmental Microbiology Committee
The purpose of this guideline is to enhance and expand the resources, information, and tools the industrial hygienist needs to protect the working public from pandemic risks. The 2006 version has been expanded to include a lexicon, a section on exposure assessment, and a section on controls. It also provides a robust discussion of control banding and in-depth views of current and future control technologies. Steps for policies and plans for workplace protection and coordination with employees, management, and the public have been greatly expanded to recognize the importance of culture and language in communication with a diverse workplace. To address these and other “lessons learned,” a new section on best practices has been included.
Stock #: SEPG21-711 | Free PDF
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Technical Guide for Wildfire Impact Assessments for the OEHS Professional
Edited by Enrique Medina
Wildfire impact assessments are complex by nature and can involve the investigator, property owner, laboratory, and insurance company adjuster. The OEHS professional conducting a wildfire impact investigation must define its purpose and objectives and develop a working hypothesis to drive all phases of the assessment from initial inspection to sampling, analysis, and data interpretation. This guide will assist OEHS professionals in conducting defensible wildfire impact assessments and evaluating restoration options to promote a safe and healthy indoor environment.
Stock #: ESAH18-796 | 24 pp | Softcover