OELVOccupational Exposure Limit Values
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In Poland, when the chemical substance or dust hazardous to health (except for carcinogenic and mutagenic agents) is present in the working environment, there is an obligation to measure its concentration every 2 years when the last measured concentration is 0.1-0.5 of the Polish OELV, or annually when the last measured concentration is > 0.5 of the Polish OEL.
Monitoring of cytostatics concentrations in the working environment and hygiene standards (OELVs)
This is the reason why in 2015-2016 the Polish Group of Experts for Chemical Agents (GECA), acting within the framework of the Interdepartmental Commission for Maximum Admissible Concentrations and Intensities for Agents Harmful to Health in the Working Environment, started to work on scientific recommendations to underpin regulatory proposals on OELVs for cytostatics.
That is why setting the binding OELVs of cytostatics seems to be important, given especially that the recent technological progress in analytic methodology of measuring chemical substances by means of various media enables reliable measurements of very low concentrations.