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References on 9 Hazardous Chemicals

Here I have saved National and international references and industry contributions which I have referred to in developing the draft standards assigned to our sub-group. If you need any further information, please write to me.

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A-1. 1910 OSHA Guide – Workplace Safety Regulations & Index, J.J. Keller & Associates, 2014, 1364 pp.
A-2. Personal Protective Equipment, OSHA 3151-12R 2004, U.S. Department of Labour, OSHA, 44 pp. 
A-3. Permissible Exposure Limits – Annotated Table Z-1, OSHA, 2017, 53 pp.          
A-4. Permissible Exposure Limits – Annotated Table Z-2, OSHA, 2018, 5 pp.            
A-5. Toxic and Hazardous Substances – Chromium, 1910.1126, OSHA, 2019, 10 pp.            
A-6. Occupational Health and Environmental Controls, 1926.55 Appendix A, 2017, 16 pp.            
A-7. OSHA Technical Manual, Section IV, Chapter 2, Petroleum Refining Process, Directorate of Technical Support and Emergency Management, c.1993, 33 pp. 
A-8. Toxic and Hazardous Substances – Inorganic Arsenic, 1910.1018, OSHA, 2019, 13 pp.            
A-9. Toxic and Hazardous Substances – Beryllium, 1910.1024, OSHA, 2020, 18 pp.            
A-10. Chemical Hazards and Toxic Substances – Overview, OSHA, 5 pp.            
A-11. Isocyanates – Overview, Possible Solutions, Evaluation, Hazard Recognition, and Standards, OSHA, 12 pp.            
A-12. Toxic and Hazardous Substances – Lead, 1910.1025, OSHA, 2020, 25 pp.            
A-13. Toxic and Hazardous Substances – SDS-Lead, 1910.1025 App A, OSHA, 1991, 3 pp.            
A-14. Occupational Chemical Database – Tetraethyl Lead, 3 pp.            
A-15. Occupational Chemical Database – Manganese Compounds & Fume, 2001, 4 pp.            
A-16. Mercury – Evaluation, Health Effects, Protection, and Standards, OSHA, 2008, 11 pp.            
A-17. Occupational Chemical Database – Phosgene, 2021, 3 pp.        
B-1. OSH Guideline for Beryllium and its Compounds, CDC, 1988, 6 pp.
B-2. Documentation for IDLH Concentrations, NIOSH, 1994, 511 pp.
B-3. Occupational Exposure to Alkanes, NIOSH-CDC, 1977, 19 pp.
B-4. Hazardous Substance Fact Sheet – Manganese, NJ Department of Health, USA, 2012,6 pp.
B-5. NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards, NOSH-CDC, DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 2005-149, 2007, 424+xix pp.
B-6. Hazardous Substance Fact Sheet – Tetraethyl Lead, NJ Department of Health, USA,2007, 6 pp. C-1. SDS-Acetylene, Airgas, USA, 2020, 11 pp.
C-2. SDS-Ethylene/Propylene, Thermo-Fisher Scientific, USA, 2021, 6 pp.
C-3. MSDS-Acetylene, Praxair Canada, 2016, 8 pp D-1. Gujerat Factories Rules, 1963, 365 pp.
D-2. Labour Laws in India, National Crime Investigation Bureau, c.2010, 197 pp. D-3. Maharashtra Factories Rules, 1963, 210 pp.
D-4. OSH and Working Conditions Code, 2020, Ministry of Law and Justice, India, 86 pp. E-1. International Chemical Safety Cards-0007, Phosgene, ILO, 2018, 2 pp.
E-2. CH105, Chapter 8, Alkenes, Alkynes etc., Western Oregon University, USA, c.2018, 45 pp.
E-3. Chemical Works, Notes Set-1 received from DGFASLI as Industrial Contribution, 2021, 23 pp.
E-4. Industry: Chemical & Agro-chemical Industry, Notes Set-2 received from DGFASLI as Industrial Contribution, 2021, 15 pp.
E-5. Industry: Chemical & Agro-chemical Industry – Phosgene, Notes Set-3 received from DGFASLI as Industrial Contribution, 2021, 17 pp.
E-6. Patty’s Toxicology, by Eula Bingham & Barabara Cohrssen (Editors), ISBN: 978-0-470-41081-3, 2012, p. 49 or 6200 pp.
 
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