Identifying Of Chimerical Hazards Based On Osha And Niosh Information ( Official Websites )

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JOB EXPOSURE PROFILE

PlantAreaAssessment Date:

Job Title:

Job Description:

 

Task Chemical/Agent Exposure Limit Type Physical

State

Skin

Contact

Y/N

a)

Exposure

Level

(0-20)

b)

Frequency

of Exposure

(1-5)

c)

Degree of

Engineering

Controls

(1-5)

d)

Last

Sample

Date

(1-3)

e)

Health

Effects

(1-3)

Prioritization

(a x b x c x

d x e)

OPTIONAL

Risk Assessment code for Respirator

(A-E)

                       
Comments:  
                       
Comments:  
                       
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ASSESSMENT PERFORMED BY

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PRIORITIZATION RATING:

a. Exposure Level

20 = Measured value above the Exposure Limit

5 = For materials where no sampling has been performed, and qualitative factors can not been determined.

4 = For liquids with vapor pressure 150 mmHg or more, or materials where previous monitoring shows some results above 80% of the applicable exposure limit, or the material has a heavy odor, or heavy visible dust, mist or fume is present. For noise, there is difficulty in conversation at 5 feet. For heat, there is significant perspiration even during winter months.

3 = For liquids with vapor pressure 100 to 149 mmHg, or materials where previous monitoring from 50% to 80%of the applicable exposure limit, or the material has a moderate odor, or moderate visible dust, mist or fume is present. For noise, there is some difficulty in conversation at 5 feet. For heat, there is significant perspiration even during spring/fall months.

2 = For liquids with vapor pressure 50 to 99 mmHg, or materials where previous monitoring from 10% to 50% of the applicable exposure limit, or the material has a slight odor, or some visible dust, mist or fume is present. For noise, there is no difficulty in conversation at 5 feet. For heat, there is significant perspiration during summer months.

1 = For materials with vapor pressure less than 50 mmHg, or materials where previous monitoring results showed all results less than 10% of the applicable limit, or a material with good warning properties cannot be seen in the air or noticed by odor. For noise, there is no difficulty in conversation at 10 feet. For heat there is no significant exertion related perspiration.

0 = For materials which employees have no contact at all. An example would be PCBs in a transformer . Previous Monitoring has shown none detected.

b. Frequency of Exposure

5 = Routine exposure (daily use, > or = 180 days per year)

4 = Frequent exposure (1 or 2 days weekly or for a short period daily, > 30 and < 179 days per year)

3 = Monthly or for a short period weekly (not exceeding 30 days per year)

2 = A few times a year (not exceeding 40 hours per year)

1 = Less than 10 hours exposure per year

c. Degree of Engineering Controls

5 = Open system or operation with no local exhaust ventilation

4 = Qualifier for 3 – not working within specification

3 = Operations conducted with local exhaust ventilation

2 = Qualifier for 1 – not working within specification

1 = Closed system or adequately functioning laboratory hood

d. Last Sample Date

3 = > 3 years since last monitoring

2 = between 2 and 3 years since last monitoring

1 = < 2 year since last monitoring

e. Health Effects

3 = If a Carcinogen, Teratogen, Sensitizer, Strong irritant/Corrosive, or LD50 < 50mg/Kg

2 = TLV/PEL < or = either 10 ppm or 1 mg/m3, Mutagen, irritant or LD50 < 500 mg/Kg

1 = All other chemicals/agents

The Prioritization results (a x b x c x d x e) should be used to plan for future monitoring sessions.

The higher the number, the higher the priority is to address this exposure.

OPTIONAL: Risk Assessment codes for Respirators: (see JEP instructions for details)

A: Need a Respirator;

B-C: No need for Respirator, based on sampling data available;

D: No need for Respirator, based on NO sampling data required;

E: To be evaluated.

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