Webinar – A Study of an OSHA Beryllium PEL Exceedance at One Coal Fired Power Plant

March 10
Webinar – A Study of an OSHA Beryllium PEL Exceedance at One Coal Fired Power Plant
2:00–3:00 PM ET
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While performing personal air monitoring to comply with the new OSHA Beryllium standard in mid-2019, one coal fired power plants actually yielded the quite unexpected finding of Beryllium present at levels above the PEL. The journey of this matter from start to finish poses a very interesting tale, and yields some important lessons learned.

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