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Asphalt (Bitumen) Fumes - Exposure Evaluation

2022-7-24  Workers' Rights Exposure Evaluation Asphalt Fume Exposures During the Manufacture of Asphalt Roofing Products. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), National Institute for Occupational Safety and

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Asphalt (Bitumen) Fumes - Overview Occupational Safety

2 天前  Over a half-million workers are exposed to fumes from asphalt, a petroleum product used extensively in road paving, roofing, siding, and concrete work 1. Health effects from exposure to asphalt fumes include headache, skin rash, sensitization, fatigue, reduced appetite, throat and eye irritation, cough, and skin cancer. Standards

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Asphalt (Bitumen) Fumes - Possible Solutions

2 天前  Asphalt (Bitumen) Fumes Possible Solutions After performing an exposure assessment, measures of control for worker safety can be put into the right places. Controlling exposures to asphalt fumes can be done through engineering controls, administrative actions, and personal protective equipment (PPE).

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Asphalt (Bitumen) Fumes - Hazard Recognition

2022-7-23  Asphalt (Bitumen) Fumes Standards Hazard Recognition Exposure Evaluation Possible Solutions Additional Resources Workers' Rights Hazard Recognition Exposure to asphalt fumes can cause serious injury and permanent damage. Workers that may be exposed to asphalt fumes need to be aware of the potential hazards in their work environment.

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Evaluation of worker exposure to asphalt paving fumes

Forty-five workers at 11 paving sites across the United States were evaluated for exposure to paving asphalt (bitumen) fumes. Traditional measures of exposure such as total particulate matter (TPM) and benzene soluble matter (BSM) were monitored. In addition, total

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Asphalt (Bitumen) Fumes - Standards Occupational

2022-7-24  There is no OSHA standard or permissible exposure level of asphalt fumes, although a 5 mg/m 3 permissible exposure limit (PEL) was proposed in 1992. OSHA's quantitative risk assessment estimated a significant risk of lung cancer among exposed workers at

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Evaluation of Worker Exposure to Asphalt Paving Fumes

2010-6-4  Abstract Forty-five workers at 11 paving sites across the United States were evaluated for exposure to paving asphalt (bitumen) fumes. Traditional measures of exposure such as total particulate matter (TPM) and benzene soluble matter (BSM) were monitored.

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Asphalt Fumes Safety – Health Effect Of Exposure To

2022-7-3  Bitumen is actually a liquid binder which holds the asphalt together, while asphalt is a composition of aggregate, sand and bitumen exposed to heating and drying in a plant (Asphalt plant). Asphalt is used majorly for paving roads. According to OSHA, over half a million workers are exposed to fumes from asphalt.

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Asphalt Emissions Including Fumes NIOSH CDC

It includes an assessment of chemistry, health, and exposure data from studies in animals and humans exposed to raw asphalt, paving and roofing asphalt-fume condensates, and asphalt-based paints. Most important, the document serves as a basis for identifying future research to reduce occupational exposures to asphalt.

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Evaluation of exposure to PAHs in asphalt workers by

in the present article we assessed exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (pahs) in italian asphalt workers (aw, n = 100), exposed to bitumen fumes and diesel exhausts, and in roadside construction workers (cw, n = 47), exposed to diesel exhausts, by means of environmental and biological monitoring. 1-hydroxypyrene (oh-py) was determined in

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Evaluation of worker exposure to asphalt paving fumes

Forty-five workers at 11 paving sites across the United States were evaluated for exposure to paving asphalt (bitumen) fumes. Traditional measures of exposure such as total particulate matter (TPM) and benzene soluble matter (BSM) were monitored. In addition, total

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Evaluation of Worker Exposure to Asphalt Paving Fumes

2010-6-4  Forty-five workers at 11 paving sites across the United States were evaluated for exposure to paving asphalt (bitumen) fumes. Traditional measures of exposure such as total particulate matter (TPM) and benzene soluble matter (BSM) were monitored.

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Asphalt Emissions Including Fumes NIOSH CDC

This document is an evaluation of the health effects and other relevant data that have become available since publication of the 1977 NIOSH document . It includes an assessment of chemistry, health, and exposure data from studies in animals and humans exposed to raw asphalt, paving and roofing asphalt-fume condensates, and asphalt-based paints.

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[PDF] Evaluation of worker exposure to asphalt paving

Emission levels, and therefore predicted carcinogenicity, for these samples were at least 17-fold below the value corresponding to a minimal carcinogenic effect, consistent with more extensive chemical analysis of two of the samples. Forty-five workers at 11 paving sites across the United States were evaluated for exposure to paving asphalt (bitumen) fumes. Traditional measures

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Bitumen fumes: review of work on the potential risk to

2002-12-2  Bitumens fumes contain polycyclic aromatic compounds (PAC). There is a possibility of long-term health effects following chronic exposure by inhalation or skin contamination in asphalt road pavers and highway maintenance workers. Epidemiological and experimental studies on this topic are reviewed an

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Health Effects of Occupational Exposure to

2014-6-6  This document, Hazard Review: Health Effects of Occupational Exposures to Asphalt, is an evaluation of the health effects and other relevant data that have become available since publication of the 1977 NIOSH

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Bitumen fumes: review of work on the potential risk to

2002-12-2  The association between mortality from lung cancer and exposure to bitumen fumes was further assessed in the inception cohort, that is, among workers first employed in the companies included in the study after the beginning of the period of enumeration of the cohort’. 3. Genotoxicity and carcinogenicity of bitumen fumes,

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Exposure to bitumen fumes and genotoxic

2009-4-1  Exposure to bitumen fumes causes headache, fatigue, lack of appetite, eye, skin and bronchitis irritation, coughing, bronchitis, asthma [3], genotoxic effects [4], damaging DNA [5], cancer lung [6 ...

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HEALTH EFFECTS OF OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO

2017-3-27  basis of this evidence, NIOSH recommended an exposure limit (REL) for asphalt fumes of 5 milligrams per cubic meter of air (5 mg/m. 3) measured as total particulates during any 15-minute period. In testimony to the Department of Labor in 1988, NIOSH recommended that asphalt fumes also be considered a potential occupational carcinogen.

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(PDF) Collection, validation and generation of

2006-12-1  The prenatal developmental toxicity of the fumes of oxidised asphalt (OA) was tested by nose-only inhalation in the rat. ... 38 A method has also been developed to examine inhalational exposure to ...

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[PDF] Evaluation of worker exposure to asphalt paving

Emission levels, and therefore predicted carcinogenicity, for these samples were at least 17-fold below the value corresponding to a minimal carcinogenic effect, consistent with more extensive chemical analysis of two of the samples. Forty-five workers at 11 paving sites across the United States were evaluated for exposure to paving asphalt (bitumen) fumes. Traditional measures

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CDC - NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards - Asphalt

Asphaltum, Bitumen, Petroleum asphalt, Petroleum bitumen, Road asphalt, Roofing asphalt Fumes generated during the production or application of asphalt ... Exposure Limits. NIOSH REL Ca C 5 mg/m 3 [15-minute] See Appendix A, Appendix C

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Cancer Risk Associated With Exposure to Bitumen and

Objective: To evaluate whether cancer risks are increased among bitumen (asphalt) workers. Methods: Systematic review and meta-analysis of cancer risks (lung, upper aerodigestive tract (UADT), esophagus, bladder, kidney, stomach, and skin) and bitumen exposure. Certainty in the epidemiological evidence that bitumen-exposed workers experience increased cancer risks

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Exposure to bitumen fumes and genotoxic

2009-4-1  Exposure to bitumen fumes causes headache, fatigue, lack of appetite, eye, skin and bronchitis irritation, coughing, bronchitis, asthma [3], genotoxic effects [4], damaging DNA [5], cancer lung [6 ...

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ASPHALT HAZARD SUMMARY HOW TO DETERMINE IF

2012-1-25  * Asphalt fumes can irritate the eyes on contact. * Breathing Asphalt fumes can irritate the nose, throat and lungs causing coughing, wheezing and/or shortness of breath. * Contact can irritate and cause severe burns of the skin and may cause dermatitis and acne-like lesions. * Exposure to Asphalt fumes can cause headache, dizziness, nausea and ...

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Industrial odor control: bitumen fumes Desotec

2022-7-15  Bitumen is often used in asphalt production and roofing applications. Its waterproofing and adhesive properties make it a suitable base product for these applications. ... Industrial odour control in the case of bitumen fumes.

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Laboratory evaluation of emissions from

2020-5-1  The fumes, which are generated during the manufacture of Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA), may impact occupational exposure limits. In recent years, a spotlight has been placed on bitumen fumes, and studies ...

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Irritative effects of fumes and aerosols of bitumen on the

2006-5-19  Characteristics of the study group. Personal monitoring of the 74 mastic asphalt workers revealed a median shift concentration of fumes and aerosols of bitumen of 6.4 mg/m 3 (interquartile range from 3.4 to 15.4 mg/m 3).According to the current German occupational exposure limit for fumes and aerosols of bitumen (10 mg/m 3) that was chosen as the cut-off,

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Bitumen contents and fumes - awu.au

2020-1-15  2.1 Bitumen content and fumes 12 2.2 Sources of bitumen 13 2.3 Types of bituminous binder 13 2.4 Types of asphalt 14 2.5 Road paving crew’s exposure to bitumen fumes 14 2.6 Cleaning Agent 15 3. Findings: Health effects associated with bitumen fumes exposure 16 3.1 Acute health effects of exposure to bitumen fumes 16

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Decreasing polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons emission

2011-1-30  Bitumen emissions were produced by a laboratory fume generation rig shown in Fig. 2.This fume generator consists of a 1500 ml round-bottomed and double-walled metal reaction chamber, which is heated by a Haake oil-circulation heater.The reported maximum temperature during the asphalt paving process (mixing paving-grade bitumen with mineral aggregates) is

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