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Document ID (ISN)78231
CIS number 02-342
ISBN(s) 3-609-19407-3
Year 2001
Convention or series no.
Title Analysis of dangerous substances
Original title Gefahrstoff-Analytik [in German]
Bibliographic information Ecomed Verlagsgesellschaft AG & Co. KG, Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 3, 86899 Landsberg/Lech, Germany, 57. Ergńnzungslieferung, Nov. 2001. 248p. Bibl.ref.
Abstract Update to the loose-leaf collection of methods for monitoring compliance with exposure limits and anti-pollution laws, and for analysis of process gases (CIS 90-955). Main topics covered: addition of a new chapter on the quality of indoor air; analytical laboratories accredited under the provisions of the dangerous substances order; classification and labelling of substances, preparation and products; example of certification of the fumigation of goods holds; formaldehyde disinfection of premises; limit values for substances that are carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic to the reproductive system; methods for the determination of airborne biological substances; European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No.761/2001 of 19 March 2001, enabling the participation of voluntary organizations in a community system of environmental management and audit system (EMAS).
Descriptors (primary) dangerous substances; prohibition of use; Germany; European Communities; dioxins; nitroso amines; chemical safety; exhaust gases; neighbourhood protection; atmospheric pollution; legislation; approval; qualifications; determination in air; diesel engines
Descriptors (secondary) compendium; threshold limit values; formaldehyde; mutagens; carcinogens; fumigation; safety audits; biological hazards; law; comment on law; directive; standard; comment on standard; manuals
Document type E - Books, reports, proceedings
Country / State or ProvinceGermany
Subject(s) Toxic and dangerous substances
Broad subject area(s) Chemical safety
Browse category(ies) Air pollution
Heterocyclic compounds
Safety supervision
Environmental pollution