The following references provide information about the evaluation of occupational exposures to solvents:
- Surveillance Methods for Solvent-Related Hepatotoxicity (PDF). National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), (2001, September). Determines whether a dose-response relationship exists between hepatic surveillance end-points and cumulative or subacute exposure to solvents.
- Chemical Sampling Information. OSHA. Presents, in concise form, data on a large number of chemical substances that may be encountered in industrial hygiene investigations. Intended as a basic reference for industrial hygienists engaged in OSHA field activity.
- Sampling and Analytical Methods. OSHA. OSHA has developed and validated methods for use by the Salt Lake Technical Center Laboratory. These standard methods have been adopted by many laboratories for the analysis of chemical compounds.
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