"Following our series of studies – the most extensive to date on 3D printer emissions – we are recommending additional investments in scientific research and product advancement to minimize emissions and increased user awareness so safety measures can be taken," said Marilyn Black, vice president and senior technical adviser at UL.
It is sensible that businesses and institutions should invest in programs to reduce the presence of harmful microorganisms.
With multiple wildfire across the state, the agency has posted tips for indoor air quality concerns, respiratory protection (including voluntary use), and heat stress prevention.
Accumulation of biological pollutants can result in hazardous health effects for occupants, as well as structural damage to the building.
The agency has a proposed rule under OIRA review, with an NPRM to be published in September 2017.
The association is looking for experts in industrial hygiene and occupational and environmental health and safety to submit proposals.