Personnel monitoring is a term designating the determination of the inhaled dose of an airborne toxic material of an air-mediated hazardous physical force by the continuous collection of samples in the breathing or auditory zone, or auditory zone, or other appropriate exposed body area, over a finite period of exposure time. A personnel monitor is a self-powered device worn by monitored individual to collect a representative sample of laboratory analysis, or to provide accumulated dose of instantaneous warning of immediately hazardous conditions by visible or auditory means while being worn.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Passive Sampling: 1. Self-Indicating Devices 2. Portable Instruments 3. Grab Samples for Laboratory Analysis Part 2: Solid Absorption: Dynamic Sampling 4. Grab Sampling short term 5. Extended Period Sampling 6. Solid Absorbents