ment and its accompanying uncertainty analysis. The Navy might also want to consider asking its suppliers to provide, where possible, materials that use low-biopersistence MVF.
The Navy should regard its current occupational standard as only one point on an ever-changing mosaic of exposure standards that will require periodic adjustments as new toxicological data become available, new monitoring studies are conducted, and new MVF are introduced into the workplace.
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