HSE Impacts of VOCs
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are substances with low boiling points that evaporate from solids or liquids used in industrial processes, for example, formaldehyde evaporating from paint, or benzene from fuel. Workplace exposure limits (WEL) are the legal limits set on the amount of substances that can be present in workplace air. Hazardous substances must be below the relevant workplace exposure limit.
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