Health Risk Assessment, Surveillance & Management

TG312 HRA Methods and Screening Levels for Office Worker Exposures to Contaminated Surfaces

Last Updated: July 27, 2018
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The ​TG312 provides a method for evaluating potential health risks to office workers from exposure to chemical substances on indoor work surfaces. This technical guide is intended to provide users with the option of conducting a screening analysis or a site-specific characterization of potential health risks from exposure to contaminants.

NOTE:  This technical guide is undergoing an update, which will be posted here when complete.  Information about the revision process is available from the Risk Assessment Capabilities Branch (usarmy.apg.medcom-aphc.list.racb@mail.mil).

TG312, Health Risk Assessment Methods and Screening Levels for Evaluating Office Worker Exposures to Contaminants on Indoor Surfaces Using Surface Wipe Data, June 2009

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