The maximum acceptable BLL for an adult worker is 70 [micro]g/dL (BLL > 70 [micro]g/dL should result in removal from lead exposure), but the permissible airborne exposure limit is < 150 [micro]g/m3 per 8-hr TWA.
What does AEL stand for?
AEL stands for Airborne Exposure Limit
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- Advanced Email Locator
- Advancing Enterprise Ltd
- Aeronautical Engine Laboratory
- Aerospace Education Laboratory (NASA)
- Affaires en Ligne (French: Business Online)
- African Explosives Ltd.
- Agence de l'Energie
- Agent's Echo Line
- Air Evac Lifeteam (air medical service; various locations)
- Airdrop Enhanced Logistics Visibility Information System (US DoD)
- Airport Express Line (various locations)
- Albert Lea (Municipal) Airport (Minnesota)
- Alderley Environmental Ltd.
- Algorithm Enunciation Language
- Allowance Equipage/Equipment List
- American Electric Lighting
- American Electronic Laboratories (Lansdale, PA)
- American Esoteric Laboratories
- Analog Enhancement Layer
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In the market at large, the transition away from solid cadmium products is occurring rapidly, as users may run afoul of new stricter OSHA airborne exposure limits.