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Hazard Recognition & Evaluation
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2019 ERPG Technical Support Document Complete Set ​
A must-have for anyone responding to emergencies! This series provides values intended as estimates of concentration ranges where one might reasonably anticipate adverse effects as a consequence of exposure to a specific substance. Each technical support document covers one specific agent and provides full identification of the substance, its chemical and physical properties, animal toxicity data, human experience, existing exposure guidelines, the recommended ERPGs, and the rationales used to establish them.
Stock #: AEAR19-545 | PDF Only
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Assessment, Remediation, and Post-Remediation Verification of Mold in Buildings, 2nd edition ​
By the AIHA® Biosafety and Environmental Microbiology Committee and the Indoor Environmental Quality Committee
This guideline is essential for professionals conducting mold assessments in both residential and commercial buildings. The authors discuss exposure and hazard assessments, determination of requirements to allow for the re-occupancy of a building, and post-remediation verification methodologies and techniques.
Stock #: IAQG21-659 | 21 pp | Softcover
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Biological Monitoring: A Practical Field Manual, 2nd edition
By the AIHA® Biological Monitoring Committee
This guide covers the basics of biological monitoring from the perspective of a field industrial hygienist and also constitutes a field manual for the trainee industrial hygienist. It contains 31 case studies on biological monitoring as well as a PowerPoint presentation, which is accessible via QR code.
Stock #: EBMG22-654 | 119 pp | Softcover
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Direct-Reading Colorimetric Indicator Tube Manual, 3rd edition
Edited by Patrick Owens, Ed Ligus, and Steven D. Jahn
This manual covers the principles, use, limitations, and applications of colorimetric detector (indicator) tube systems. Colorimetric tubes change color and provide quantitative measures of targeted contaminants present after sample gas is drawn through the tube, typically with a hand pump. Color change can manifest in the length of a color stain or a change in color intensity. Colorimetric detector tube systems are quite simple, easy to use, and relatively inexpensive compared with instrumental methods of measuring airborne concentrations of toxic materials. The manual has been organized in a stepwise style, so the user can develop a program for use of colorimetric detector tubes.
Stock #: AINB18-798 | 28 pp | Softcover
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Fundamentals of Mold Growth in Indoor Environments and Strategies for Healthy Living
Edited by Olaf C.G. Adan and Robert A. Samson
This book aims to describe the fundamentals of indoor mold growth as a prerequisite for tackling mold growth in the existing building stock as well as in future energy-efficient buildings. It brings together different disciplinary points of view on indoor mold, ranging from physics and material science to microbiology and health sciences.
Stock #: IMOM11-773 | 523 pp | Softcover
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Important Instrumentation and Methods for the Detection of Chemicals in the Field, 2nd edition
Edited by Philip A. Smith and Gregory W. Cook
The rapid detection of chemicals and unsafe workplace atmospheres has been pursued for well over one hundred years. Well-known and accepted detection instruments that have been developed and refined over the years are often applied to acute hazards, for which time-weighted average sampling may not be protective. Detection systems are also available to supplement exposure assessments related to chronic health effects, for which time-weighted average sampling is highly relevant.
Stock #: AINB19-777 | 278 pp | Softcover
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Machine Safeguarding Risk Assessment: A Guidance Document for Achieving Acceptable Risk
By Paul A. Zoubek
This document is a concise guideline showcasing the numerous steps required to perform risk assessments to ensure that machines have been safeguarded. Topics include Hazard vs. Risk, Job Analysis vs. Risk Assessment, and Acceptable Risk, among others. It also includes a risk assessment evaluation form and an example form.
Stock #: SMEG12-775 | 20 pp | Softcover
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The Occupational Environment: Its Evaluation, Control, and Management, 3rd edition
Edited by Daniel H. Anna
An essential core reference for OEHS practitioners, educators, and students, this revised 3rd edition includes information on hazard recognition and evaluation, physical agents, program management, and more. Most chapters have been rewritten and updated to include the most current information available in a single OEHS reference.
Stock #: BIHT10-566 | 1,735 pp | Softcover
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Odor Thresholds for Chemicals with Established Occupational Health Standards, 3rd edition
Edited by Sharon S. Murnane, Alex H. Lehocky, and Patrick D. Owens
This review provides important reference information for chemicals with occupational exposure values, focusing on the anatomy and physiology of odor, odor perception, odor character, and a literature review of odor threshold methodology. Tables present information on the detection and recognition of odor thresholds, the experimental odor threshold determinations reported by each investigator, and different ways to locate specific chemical information.
Stock #: AEAR19-108 | 211 pp | Softcover
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Recognition, Evaluation, and Control of Indoor Mold, 2nd edition
Edited by Ling-Ling Hung, Steven M. Caulfield, and J. David Miller
This resource provides the most current and comprehensive discussion on the basic practice of identifying mold damage, the evaluation of the samples that are collected, and the process of remediation. Its 20 chapters cover the underlying principles and background of building evaluation, data interpretation, remediation, and control. Images of mold found in building exteriors and interiors are provided in the appendix.

This mold resource was written by industrial hygiene practitioners, academics, government officials, and scientists and has been scrutinized by external peer review. Innovative methods and approaches for each assessed situation are provided.
Stock #: IMOM19-679 | 255 pp | Softcover
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Recognition, Evaluation, and Control of of Legionella in Building Water Systems, 2nd edition
Edited by J. David Krause, Deborah L. Jaeger, and John P. Springston
This document is intended to provide guidance on recognition, evaluation, and control of Legionella colonization and amplification in common building water systems, both with and without any associated disease (legionellosis). This document expands upon information previously presented in two AIHA publications: Field Guide for the Determination of Biological Contaminants in Environmental Samples, 2nd edition and Recognition, Evaluation, and Control of Legionella in Building Water Systems.
Stock #: LEGG22-781 | 91 pp | Softcover
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Risk Assessment Principles for the Industrial Hygienist
By Michael Jayjock, Jeremiah Lynch, and Deborah Imel Nelson
This relevant, scholarly text masterfully integrates health risk assessment information and its importance to IH and environmental scientists. Topics include science and judgment, risk assessment, risk management, and the future of industrial hygiene.
Stock #: ARAR00-380 | 110 pp | Softcover
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A Strategy for Assessing and Managing Occupational Exposures, 4th edition
Edited by Steven D. Jahn, William H. Bullock, and Joselito S. Ignacio
IH professionals will find this publication beneficial in allocating resources for assessing and managing occupational exposure to chemical, physical, and biological agents. Basic characterization; qualitative and quantitative risk assessment and priority setting; monitoring, interpretation, and decision making; recommendations; reporting; and evaluations are among the topics addressed.
Stock #: AEAK15-327 | 569 pp | Softcover