• Biochemical monitoring

    In occupational safety and health, biological monitoring (biomonitoring) involves the identification of chemicals (biomarkers) in biological samples taken from employees and comparing them to reference levels. The focus of this essay is only on chemical exposures. Biomonitoring can assist in determining possible dangers, describing exposure routes, and assessing exposure to particular substances. Biomarkers can determine vulnerability, identify exposure, or measure effects. A group's or an individual's interpretation of biomonitoring is possible. Urine and blood make up the majority of media. Although a huge variety of compounds may be tested, there are currently very few verified procedures and limit values having a grounding in science. In the United States, the first study on occupational biomonitoring was published, and in the 1980s, mainstreaming around the globe began.

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