For industrial processes resulting in a hexavalent chromium risk
DEVELOP YOUR HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM SAFETY POLICY
Hexavalent chromium Cr(VI) is a recognized human carcinogen that can impact industrial workers in various occupations. It is present in many different compounds that have a variety of industrial applications. Cr(VI) exposures can also occur when performing “hot work” such as welding on stainless steel, melting chromium metal, or heating refractory bricks in kilns. IEA’s consultants provide hexavalent chromium safety programs and personal sampling to ensure you are in compliance with OSHA standards.