From a July 1993 conference in Boulder, Colorado, 28 papers review the latest results in research on monitoring and controlling environmental exposures to lead in paint, soil, and dust. They provide a multidisciplinary overview of research programs, the status of analytical methods, and certificatioTechnical Manager must provide a written statement that a system for the proper disposal of samples is in place, and that the laboratory complies with OSHA Standard ... An equipment log must be maintained for each major instrument, including records of in-house preventive maintenance and service. Specific requirements for equipment calibration are covered in the quality assurance program section.
|Title||:||Lead in Paint, Soil, and Dust|
|Author||:||Michael E. Beard|
|Publisher||:||ASTM International - 1995-01-01|