Osha Regulated Hazardous Substances

Health, Toxicity, Economic and Technological Data

Occupational Safety and Health Administration U.S. Department of Labor

This two-volume book provides industrial exposure data and control technologies for more than 650 substances currently regulated, or candidates for regulation, by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), The health, toxicity, economic and technological data provided for each substance are intended to serve as a reference for those who are potentially exposed to one or more of these substances in their workplace, or for those who have supervisory or management responsibility for workers potentially exposed. OSHA "permissible exposure limits" (PELs) for these 650 substances reflect all updates and changes as presented in the Federal Register.

The information on each substance in the book includes, as available, synonyms, trade names, physical description, health effects, toxicity'exposure limits, industry use data, and NIOSH National Occupational Exposure Survey data, NIOSH National Occupational Hazard Survey data OSHA/exposure data, engineering controls, personal protective equipment, and storage

Indexes included in the book provide cross referencing by synonyms, trade name, and Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) number

Below is an alphabetical listing of the first 61 substances in the book


Acetic acid

Acetic anhydride





Acetylene tetrabromide

Acetylsalicylic acid



Acrylic acid



Ally I alcohol Ally! chloride

Allyl glycldyl ether Ally I propyl disulfide alpha-Alumina Aluminum: alkyls Aluminum: metal and oxide Aluminum: pyro powder» Aluminum: soluble salts Aluminum: welding fumes 4-Aminodiphsnyl 2-Aminopyrldine Amltrole Ammonia

Ammonium chloride (fume) Ammonium perfluorooctanoate Ammonium sulfamate Amosite n-Amyl acetate sec-Amyl acetate Aniline and homologues Anisidine (o-, p- isomers) Antimony and compounds Antimony trioxide as Sb ANTU Argon

Arsenic and compounds, as As

Arsenic trioxide production



Asphalt fumes



Barium sulfate

Barium, soluble compounds




Benzidine (based dyes) Benzo(a)pyrene Benzoyl peroxide Benzyl chloride Beryllium and compounds Biphenyl Bismuth tellurlde Borates, tetra, sodium salts Boron oxide plus 589 other substances

ISBN 0-8155-1240-6 (1990)

2 volumes 2294 pages

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