The Occupational Exposure Limit is the concentration of a substance in the work environment to which employees/workers may be exposed during a specified period without expecting acute or chronic harmful effects on health. Generally, the values are based on an exposure of eight hours per day, five days per week for the entire working life.
The A-to-Z database provides information on each pathogen, the most common infections that it triggers, its main transmission paths and recommendations on disinfection. In the glossary, you will find explanations of infection control terms. Search now!