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Standing Operating Procedures for Developing Acute Exposure Guideline Levels for Hazardous Chemicals Appendix J List of Extant Standards and Guidelines in A Technical Support Document Section 8.2 of the technical support document (TSD) compares the AEGL values for a chemical with other standards and guidelines previously published for exposure durations ranging from 10 min to 8 h. A summary discussion of important comparisons should be presented in the text and the values for recognized standards and guidelines, if available, should be presented in the table. The statement, “All currently available standards and guidelines are shown in Table…” should be included in the text to affirm completeness of the table. Only those standards or guidelines with published values for a given chemical should be included in the table. In cases where the exposure duration of a published standard or guideline differs from those designated for AEGLs (e.g., 15-min PEL-STEL), the value should be placed in parentheses in the column of the closest AEGL exposure duration category and footnoted to indicate its true exposure duration. A list of recognized standards and guidelines and the order in which they should appear in the following table.
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Standing Operating Procedures for Developing Acute Exposure Guideline Levels for Hazardous Chemicals LIST AND ORDER OF PRESENTATION OF EXTANT STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES IN THE TSD TABLE AEGL-1 acute exposure guideline level-1 AEGL-2 acute exposure guideline level-2 AEGL-3 acute exposure guideline level-3 ERPG-1 (AIHA) emergency response planning guideline-level 1 ERPG-2 (AIHA) emergency response planning guideline-level 2 ERPG-3 (AIHA) emergency response planning guideline-level 3 SPEGL (NRC) short-term emergency guidance level EEL (NRC) emergency exposure limit STPL (NRC) short-term public limit CEL (NRC) continuous exposure limit EEGL (NRC) emergency exposure guidance level SMAC (NRC) spacecraft maximum allowable concentration for space-station contaminants PEL-STEL (OSHA) permissible exposure limit-short-term exposure limit PEL-TWA (OSHA) permissible exposure limit-time weighted average IDLH (NIOSH) immediately dangerous to life and health REL-STEL (NIOSH) recommended exposure limit TLV-STEL (ACGIH) Threshold Limit Value-short-term exposure limit TLV-TWA (ACGIH) Threshold Limit Value-time-weighted average MAC (Netherlands) maximum acceptable concentration MAK (Germany) [maximale arbeitsplatzkonzentration] maximum workplace concentration, 8-h time weighted average, German Research Association MAK S. (Germany) spitzenbegrenzung (kategorie ii, 2) [peak limit II, 2] 30 min×2 per day einsatztoleranzwert (Germany) action tolerance levels
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