Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health IDLH

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health IDLH?

The maximum level to which a healthy individual can be exposed to a chemical for 30 minutes and escape without suffering irreversible health effects or impairing symptoms. Used as a "level of concern."

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