The Committee has evaluated the power of the fields, whether they pose a health risk, the current regulatory practice, and whether the threshold limit values for exposure are observed.
What does TLV stand for?
TLV stands for Threshold Limit Value (American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists, Inc.)
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We have 44 other meanings of TLV in our Acronym Attic
- Trekantomraadets Linux User Group (Denmark)
- Terminal Level Up High-Speed Stop
- Traditional Land Use Inventory
- Temagami Land Use Plan (Canada; ecological law)
- Time to Last Unformed Stool
- Tony Ludovico Underwater Videography
- Tel Aviv Yafo, Israel - Ben-Gurion International (Airport Code)
- Temporal Logic Verifier
- The Loop Verein
- Threshold Level Value
- Time, Length and Value (telecommunications)
- Total Liquid Ventilation (surgical process)
- Transmission Level
- Trouble Less Valve (steam engineering; Japan)
- Two-Lung Ventilation
- Type-Length-Value (tuplet used to create extensible protocols)
- Threshold Limit Value - Ceiling (also seen as TLV/C)
- Threshold Limit Value-Short-Term Exposure Limit
- Threshold Limit Value-Time-Weighted Average
- Threshold Limit Value/Ceiling (also seen as TLV-C)
Samples in periodicals archive:
3], the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) threshold limit value ceiling (TLV-C) is 0.
For many, this effort includes considerable work to meet MSHA threshold limit values or exposure limits, and minimize miner exposure to certain substances.
The magic bullet, a drop-in replacement solvent that provides high threshold limit values (TLVs) and the good cleaning characteristics of 1,1,1 trichloroethane and CFC 113 without any ozone depletion potential, does not, at present, exist.
Small amounts of phenol and ammonia are emitted, but at emission levels generally well below currently established threshold limit values (TLV).
Additionally, the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) recommends an even lower threshold limit value (TLV; 8-hr TWA) of 0.
3] threshold Limit value (an 8-hour, time-weighted average) for most wood dust species based on its review of both cancerous and non-cancerous health effects.
If non-industrial standards or guides have not been established for a contaminant, the industrial-hygiene profession customarily recommends a guideline of one-tenth the ACGIH threshold limit value.