For some dangerous chemicals, however, including BPA, there are no workplace exposure limits at all.
What does WEL stand for?
WEL stands for Workplace Exposure Limits
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- War Excess League (gaming)
- Water Efficiency Leader (US EPA; annual award; est. 2006)
- Water Environment and Life Organisation (Nepal)
- Wave Engineering Laboratories (Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International; Japan)
- Weapon Equipment List
- What Ever, Loser
- Wildcat Exploration Ltd. (Canada)
- Women Electoral Lobby (Australia)
- Women's Executive Leadership (program)
- W.E. Loopesko and Associates, Inc.
- Washington Employment Lawyers Association (Seattle, WA)
- Washington Executive Leadership Academy (Olympia, WA)
- Wisconsin Environmental Laboratory Association (La Crosse, WI)
- Western European Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation
- Western Education and Library Board (Ireland, UK)
- Westall English Language Centre (Australia)
- Westchester End-of-Life Coalition (New York)
- Western Environmental Law Center (est. 1976)
- Wiki-Enabled Local Community
Samples in periodicals archive:
Since the concentration of decomposition products measured during the hood stack studies doesn't represent employee exposures, it shouldn't be compared to workplace exposure limits.