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Introduction of Global Occupational Exposure Limits

1. Historical Perspective on Global Occupational Exposure Limits

Adverse health effects from occupational exposure to chemicals has been known for thousands of years. The Romans noted effects from lead and asbestos and later arsenic. A list of “poisons” that have been used for various purposes was well known. 

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Robert Brandys
Senior advisor of OEHCS, Inc.
Dr. Robert C. Brandys has a Ph.D. in Environmental Safety and Health, a Masters in Public Health, and bachelor’s degrees in thermo-mechanical and environmental engineering. He is a Registered Professional Engineer, a retired Certified Industrial Hygienist, and a retired Certified Safety Professional. He has over 40 years of experience in the safety and environmental field. He worked as a corporate safety manager for major healthcare corporations for over 15 years. He was President of OEHCS from 1984 to 2011. He has authored and co-authored numerous publications.
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