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Selection and application of non-measuring identification methods for the determination and assessment of inhalation exposure

(in German)

Measuring identification methods and nonmeasuring identification methods can be used to determine and assess inhalation exposure. Measuring identification methods are assessed consistently based on a uniform procedure. By contrast, with a few exceptions, there are no similar criteria for assessing non-measuring identification methods. This publication aims to provide approaches to close the gap. For this purpose, we looked in more detail at standardised work procedures, assistance from third parties, the transfer of results of workplace measurements to other workplaces, control banding tools, and exposure models. For each of these non-measuring identification methods, we described quality criteria to help the user select and apply a method. We also present personal requirements for the proper application of these non-measuring identification methods.

This article is published in the Journal "Gefahrstoffe - Reinhaltung der Luft", Volume 82, Issue 7/8, pp. 179-188.

Please download the article "Selection and application of non-measuring identification methods for the determination and assessment of inhalation exposure" (in German only).

Bibliographic information

R. Beisser, L. Anhäuser, M. Arnone, R. Hebisch, D. Koppisch, U. Schlüter, G. Weber:
Auswahl und Anwendung nichtmesstechnischer Methoden zur Ermittlung und Beurteilung der inhalativen Exposition
in: Gefahrstoffe - Reinhaltung der Luft, Volume 82, Issue 7/8 2022. pages 179-188

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