Biological monitoring after chemical exposure is an important tool in an occupational and environmental hygiene program.
This guide covers the basics of biological monitoring from the perspective of a field industrial hygienist and also constitutes a field manual for the trainee industrial hygienist.
- How to set up, run, and terminate a biological monitoring program
- 31 case studies on biological monitoring
- PowerPoint presentation for training purposes
- Question-and-answer section focusing on two major toxicants, lead and benzene
- Example of consent forms as models
- Essential knowledge to help industrial hygienists communicate with industrial hygiene chemists
- And so much more!