SKC Guide to OSHA/NIOSH/ASTM
By clicking on a letter below, the Air Sampling Guide Database will
display a list of chemical hazards beginning with that letter. Click
on the name of the chemical hazard and the database will provide you
with the OSHA, NIOSH, or ASTM Method number, SKC Chemical Fact File number,
agency standard (TWA or CLG/STEL), sampling time, sampling rate,
sample volume, analytical method and a listing of SKC collecting
equipment suitable for the method.
Air Sampling Methods
EPA methods differ significantly from those developed by OSHA and
NIOSH, so a separate database for EPA
methods has been included. EPA methods address exposure levels
found in ambient air and typically have longer sampling times.
A separate database for HSE methods is also
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This SKC Air Sampling Guide is a reference only to assist users in finding the method, sampling equipment, and sampling media for a specific compound. This publication is intended for general information only and should not be used as a substitute for reviewing applicable government regulations, equipment operating instructions, or legal standards. Users must consult the appropriate sampling method for the compound of interest before sampling. The sampling parameters shown here are suggestions based on the ranges or volume, flow, and time specified in the methods. It is the responsibility of the analyst performing the sampling and analysis steps to adjust the parameters so that the required detection limits can be obtained. The information contained in this document should not be construed as legal advice or opinion nor as a final authority on legal or regulatory procedures.