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Which of the following jobs have potential hexavalent chromium exposure? (Select All that Apply)
Inhalation is the main exposure route for hexavalent chromium.
The primary health effect of concern with hexavalent chromium exposure is lung cancer.
Symptoms from breathing hexavalent chromium may include: (Select all that Apply)
The Permissible exposure limit for hexavalent chromium is: (Select all that apply)
If your workplace has hexavalent chromium exposure greater than the action level, they must do air monitoring.
Your employer will mark these areas with signs, barricades or other methods. Make sure you know how your company designates these areas.
Exhaust ventilation is the most common way to reduce airborne exposure of hexavalent chromium.
The following are examples of work practices to reduce hexavalent chromium exposure. (Select all that apply)
Chromium metal is used in many industrial applications, primarily for its anti-corrosive properties.
Hexavalent chromium is a naturally occurring material.
The following products may contain hexavalent chromium. (Select all that Apply)