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Publikācija: Prevention the Impact of Chemicals on the Health of Workers in Fibreglass Industry

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Prevention the Impact of Chemicals on the Health of Workers in Fibreglass Industry
Pētniecības nozare 5. Sociālās zinātnes
Pētniecības apakšnozare 5.7. Sociālā un ekonomiskā ģeogrāfija
Autori Valentīna Urbāne
Inese Vilcāne
Piia Tint
Jānis Ieviņš
Vladimirs Jemeļjanovs
Laura Birgere
Atslēgas vārdi chemicals’ hazardousness, health risks, solvents, substitution
Anotācija Most of the chemicals make our everyday life easier and safer. However, there are a lot of new emerging risks connected with chemicals causing damage to people’s health and environment. The results of the investigation: the chemical exposure index (EI) is between 0.16 to 25.98 (the last determined by the mould spray-up, outside of the protective masks). The air pollution index determined was between 16 to 760%. The ventilation rates for the remove of the volatiles from the workplace air are settled, the possibilities for substitution of hazardous chemicals to less hazardous are presented. When the concentration of a volatile is measured under the protective mask, which has a new filter, the tested substance concentration is lower that under the mask with an old filter, although the differences between these two were rather small. When the volatiles were measured under the protective mask, the concentrations of tested substances met the requirements.
DOI: 10.15159/AR.17.038
Hipersaite: http://agronomy.emu.ee/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Vol15nr5_Urbane.pdf#abstract-5543 
Atsauce Urbāne, V., Vilcāne, I., Tint, P., Ieviņš, J., Jemeļjanovs, V., Birgere, L. Prevention the Impact of Chemicals on the Health of Workers in Fibreglass Industry. Agronomy Research, 2017, Vol.15, No.5, 2195.-2206.lpp. ISSN 1406-894X. Pieejams: doi:10.15159/AR.17.038
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