Chemicals such as ammonia, chlorine, nitric acid and sulfur dioxide at concentrations known to be immediately dangerous to life or health were included.
What does IDL stand for?
IDL stands for Immediately Dangerous to Life
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We have 135 other meanings of IDL in our Acronym Attic
- I Don't Know What You Mean
- I Don't Know What You're Talking About
- I Don't Know Why
- I Don't Know Yet
- I Don`t Know You
- I Don't Know, You Don't Know
- Idle (assembly language directive)
- Idlewild Airport Code (New York International Airport, former Name of JFK Airport)
- Image Display Language
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Department of Defense contract requires Owlstone to develop, design and fabricate a miniaturized chemical detector using a Field Asymmetric Ion Mobility Spectrometer ("FAIMS") capable of detecting chemicals below or immediately dangerous to life or health concentrations levels.
Finally, the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health says a level of 1,500 ppm is immediately dangerous to life and health.
of Pasadena said three of 14 subsurface probes along the proposed Mid-City alignment showed hydrogen sulfide readings above 300 ppm, the level considered immediately dangerous to life and health (IDLH) if it is released into the atmosphere.
The LCD-FR packs are capable of detecting substances below immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH) concentrations," said Damian Tracey, President, Smiths Detection-Military.
All of these substances are immediately dangerous to life and health if they escape in a toxic cloud or vaporize in a fire," says Eileen Nic, one of two co-authors of the report, "Toxic Chemical Accident Risks in New York City.
The new advanced Air Mobility Pack will allow the worker to double their safe breathing time while operating in an impermeable suit in Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health (IDLH) conditions.
The SDS meets Uniform Fire Code requirements limiting releases of hazardous gases to under one-half the concentration immediately dangerous to life and health (IDLH) in emergency situations.