BOHS (Free Event) - Biological Monitoring That Works
Biological monitoring is a useful tool for occupational hygiene and health professionals. It is based on the analysis of hazardous substances or their metabolites in urine, blood or breath, and is used to assess chemical exposures by inhalation, ingestion and absorption through the skin. Biological monitoring is particularly valuable where substances may be absorbed through the skin or where control of exposure relies on personal protective equipment. It can also be used to investigate the behavioural aspects of exposure controls.
Speaker: Kate Jones, H&S Laboratory
This is a free event run by BOHS.
To book you need to register with BOHS and then go to the link below.