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AAP: Asbestos Action Program

ACGIH: American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienist

ANSI: American National Standards Institute

ASTM: American Society For Testing And Materials

AC: Alternating current

ACA: American Conservation Association.

ACBM: Asbestos-Containing building Material

ACFM: Actual Cubic Feet Per Minute

ACGIH: American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists

ACH: Air Changes Per Hour

ACL: Alternate Concentration Limit

ACL: Analytical Chemistry Laboratory

ACS: American Chemical Society

ACTS: Asbestos Contractor Tracking System

ADI: Acceptable Daily Intake

AEA: Atomic Energy Act

AHERA: Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act

AICE: American Institute of Chemical Engineers

AIHC: American Industrial Health Council

AIP: Auto Ignition Point

AL: Acceptable Level

ALA: American Lung Association

ALA: Delta-Aminolevulinic Acid

ALA-O: Delta-Aminolevulinic Acid Dehydrates

ALARA: As low As Reasonably Achievable

ALC: Application Limiting Constituent

ALJ: Administrative Law Judge

ALK: Alkali abbreviation

ALR: Action Leakage Rate

ALR: Abbreviation for Allergenic Effects

AMA: American Medical Association

ANPR: Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

ANSI: American National Standards Institute

AO: Area Office

APHA: American Public Health Association

API: American Petroleum Institute

APT: Associated Pharmacists and Toxicologists

ARIP: Accidental Response Information Program

ASHAA: Asbestos in Schools Hazard Abatement Act

ASTM: American Society for Testing and Materials

ATERIS: Air Toxics Exposure and Risk Information System

ATSDR: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry


BaP: Benzo(a)Pyrene

BLD: Abbreviation for Blood Effects

BLS: Bureau of Labor Statistics

BOM: Bureau of Mines

BP: Boiling Point

BSO: Benzene Soluble Organics

BTU: British Thermal Unit

BUN: Blood Urea Nitrogen


C: Celsius, Centigrade

Ca: circa, about

CAA: Clean Air Act

CAER: Community Awareness and Emergency Response

CAFO: Consent Agreement Final Order

CAG: Carcinogenic Assessment Group

CAMP: Continuous Air Monitoring Program

CAR, CARC: Abbreviation for Carcinogenic

CAS: Chemical Abstracts Service

CC: Ceiling Concentration

CC: Closed Cup

Cc: Cubic Centimeter

CCID: Confidential Chemicals Identification List

CDC: Center for Disease Control

CDD: Chlorinated Dibenzo-p-dioxin

CDF: Chlorinated Dibenzofurane

CEO: Chief Executive Officer

CEPP: Chemical Emergency Preparedness Plan

CFC: Chloroflurocarbons

CFM: Cubic Feet Per Minute

CFM: Chlorofluoromethanes

CFR: Code of Federal Regulations

CFS: Cubic Feet Per Second

CHEMTREC: Chemical Transportation Emergency Center

CHESS: Community Health and Environment Surveillance System

CHIP: Chemical Hazard Information Profile

CI: Compression Ignition

CICIS: Chemicals In Commerce Information System

CIS: Chemical Information System

CLEANS: Clinical Laboratory for Evaluation and Assessment of Toxic Substances

CLEVER: Clinical Laboratory for Evaluation and Validation of Epidemiologic Research

CLIPS: Chemical List Index and Processing System

CLP: Contract Laboratory Program

Cm: Centimeter

CMA: Chemical Manufacturers Association

CO: Carbon Monoxide

CO2: Carbon Dioxide

COE: Core of Engineers

conc: Concentration

COR: Abbreviation for Corrosive

CPC: Chemical Protective Clothing

CPF: Carcinogenic Potency Factor

CPSC: Consumer Product Safety Commission

CSIN: Chemical Substances Information Network

CSMA: Chemical Specialties Manufacturing Association

CTARC: Chemical Testing and Assessment Research Commission

Cu m, cu m3: Cubic Meter

CUM: Abbreviation for Cumulative Effects

CVS: Abbreviation for Cardiovascular Effects

CWA: Clean Water Act

CWTC: Chemical Waste Transportation Council


dB: Decibel

DDT: Insecticide

DES: A Synthetic Estrogen

DNA: Deoxyribonucleic Acid

DOC: Department of Commerce

DOD: Department of Defense

DOE: Department of Energy

DOI: Department of Interior

DOJ: Department of Justice

DOS: Department of State

DOT: U.S. Department Of Transportation

DRA: Deputy Regional Administrator

DRC: Deputy Regional Council

DSCF: Dry Standard Cubic Feet

DSCM: Dry Standard Cubic Meter


ECRA: Economic Cleanup Responsibility Act

EDB: Ethylene Dibromide

EDC: Ethylene Dichloride

EDTA: Ethylene Diamine Triacetic Acid

EEG: Electroencephalogram

EENET: Emergency Education Network (FEMA)

EHS: Extremely Hazardous Substance

EIA: Environmental Impact Assessment

EIR: Endangerment Information Report

ELI: Environmental Law Institute

EMI: Emergency Management Institute

EO: Ethylene Oxide

EPA: Environmental Protection Agency

EPAA: Environmental Programs Assistance Act

EPCA: Energy Policy and Conservation Act

EPD: Emergency Planning District

ERC: Emergency Response Commission

ERCS: Emergency Response Cleanup Services

ERNS: Emergency Response Notification System

ERT: Emergency Response Team


F: Fahrenheit

f/cc: Fibers Per Cubic Centimeters (of air)

FACM: Friable Asbestos-Containing Material

FAM: Friable Asbestos Material

FCs: Fluorocarbons

FDA: Food and Drug Administration

FEA: Federal Energy Administration

FEMA: Federal Emergency Management Agency

FERC: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

FFDCA: Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act

FIM: Friable Insulation Material

FLP: Flash Point

FMI: Flexible Membrane Liner

FR: Federal Register

FRN: Final Rulemaking Notice


g, gm: Gram

g/ml: grams per milliliter

gal: Gallon

GC: Gas Chromatograph

GC/MS: Gas Chromatograph /Mass Spectrograph

GCWR: Gross Combination Weight Rating

GI: Gastrointestinal

GLC: Gas Liquid Chromatography

GPG: Grams Per Gallon


HAD: Health Assessment Document

HAP: Hazardous Air Pollutant

HazMat: Hazardous Materials

HAZWOPER: Hazardous Waste Operations And Emergency Response

HBV: Hepatitis B Virus

HCS: Hazard Communication Standard

HCs: Hydrocarbons

HCCPD: Hexachlorocyclopentadiene

HDPE: High Density Polyethylene

HEPA: High Efficiency Particulate Air

HEX-BCH: Hexachloronorbornadiene

HIV: Human Immunodeficiency Virus

HMIS: Hazardous Materials Information System

HMTA: Hazardous Materials Transportation Act

HMTR: Hazardous Materials Transportation Regulations

HOC: Halogenated Organic Carbons

HSBD: Hazardous Substance Data Base

HSL: Hazardous Substance List

HSWA: Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments

HT: Hypothermally Treated

HW: Hazardous Waste


IARC: International Agency for Research on Cancer

ICS: Institute for Chemical Studies

ICWM: Institute for chemical Waste Management

ID: Inside Diameter

IDLH: Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health

IG: Inspector General

I/M; Inspection and Maintenance

IME: Institute Of Makers Of Explosives

IRPTC: International Register of Potentially Toxic Chemicals

IRR: Abbreviation for Irritant

IUPAC: International Union of Pure and Applied Chemists


kg: Kilogram

kw: Kilowatt

kwh: Kilowatt hour


LC: Lethal Concentration

LC50: Concentration Of A Chemical In The Air Needed To Kill 50% Of Test Animals In A Given Time

LCL: Lower Control Limit

LD: Lethal Dose

LD 0: Highest Concentration of a Toxic Substance at Which None of the Test Organisms die

LD50: Dose Of A Toxic Substance Required To Kill One-Half Of All test Animals In A Predetermined Amount Of Time (By Absorption Or Ingestion)

LD L0: The Lowest Concentration and Dosage of a Toxic Substance That Kills Test Organisms

LDS: Leak Detection System

LEL: Lower Exposure Limit Or Lower Explosive Level

LEPC: Local Emergency Planning Committee

LERC: Local Emergency Response Committee

LFL: Lower Flammability Limit

LOAFL: Lowest Observed Adverse Effect Level

LOC: Level Of Concern

LOEL: Lowest Observed Effect Level

LPG: Liquefied Petroleum Gas

LST: Low-Solvent Technology

LUST: Leaking Underground Storage Tank


M3: Cubic Meters

MATC: Maximum Allowable Toxicant Concentration

MCL: Maximum Contaminant Level

MDA: Methylenedianliline

MEK: Methyl Ethyl Ketone

mg: Milligram

MGD: Million-Gallons Per Day

mg/m3: Milligrams Per Cubic Meter

MH: Man-Hours

MIBK: Methyl Isobutyl Ketone

MIC: Methyl Isocyanate

ml: Milliliter

MMT: Million Metric Tons

MOS: Margin of Safety

MP: Melting Point

MS: Mass Spectrometry

MSDS: Material Safety Data Sheet

MSHA: Mine Safety and Health Administration

MTB: Materials transportation Bureau

MTBE: Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether

MTD: Maximum Tolerated Dose

MW: Megawatt


N/A: Not Applicable

NAS: National Academy of Sciences

NBS: National Bureau of Standards

NETC: National Emergency Training Center

NFPA: National Fire Protection Association

NGA: Natural Gas Association

NHTSA: National Highway Traffic Safety Act

NICS: National Institute for Chemical Studies

NIH: National Institutes of Health

NIMBY: Not In My Back Yard

NIOSH: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

NLM: National Library of Medicine

NMHC: Nonmethane Hydrocarbons

NMOC: Nonmethane Organic Compound

NOAEL: No Observed Adverse Effect Level

NOC: Notice of Commencement

NOC: Not Otherwise Classified

NOHSCP/NCP: National Oil and Hazardous Substance Contingency Plan

NRC: Nuclear regulatory Commission

NRS: National response Center

NRT: National Response Team

NSF: National Science Foundation

NTE: Not to Exceed

NTIS: National Technical Information Service

NTP: National Toxicology Program

NTSP: National Transportation Safety Board


O&G: Oil and Gas

O&M: Operations and Maintenance

OD: Outside Diameter

OPIM: Other Potentially Infectious Materials

ORM: Other Regulated Material

ORP: Oxidation/Reduction Potential

OSHA: Occupational Safety And Health Administration

OSTP: Office of Science and Technology Policy (White House)

OTA: Office of Technology Assessment (U.S. Congress)

OXY: Abbreviation for Oxidizer


PAH: Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon

PAN: Peroxyacetyl Nitrate

PAPR: Powered Air Purifying Respirator

PBB(PCBs): Polybromated Biphenyls

PCDD: Polychlorinated Dibenzodioxin

PCDF: Polychlorinated Dibendzofuran

pCl/l: Picouries Per Liter

PCP: Pentachlorophenyl

PEL: Permissible Exposure Limit

PHC: Principle Hazardous Constituent

PHS: Public Health Service

PHSA: Public Health Service Act

PIFE: Polytetrafluoroethylene

PNA: Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons

POE: Point of Exposure

POHC: Principal Organic Hazardous Constituent

POI: Point of Exposure

ppb: Parts Per Billion

PPC: Personal Protective Clothing

PPE: Personal Protective Equipment

ppth/ppm/ppb: Parts Per Thousand/ Parts Per Million/ Parts Per Billion

ppm: Parts Per Million

psi: Pressure Per Square Inch

PVC: Polyvinyl Chloride


QA: Quality Assurance

QAO: Quality Assurance Officer

qbtu: Quadrillion British Thermal Units

QC: Quality Control


R&D: Research and Development

RAD: Radiation Absorbed Dose

RCRA: Resource and Conservation and Recovery Act

REL: Recommended Exposure Limit

REM: Roentgen Equivalent Man

RNA: Ribonucleic Acid

ROG: Reactive Organic Gas

PP: Respirable Particles

RPM: Revolutions Per Minute

RTECS: Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances


SARA: Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act

SCBA: Self Contained Breathing Apparatus

SCFM: Standard Cubic Feet Per Minute

SEPC: State Emergency Planning Commission

SERC: State Emergency Response Commission

SOC: Synthetic Organic Chemicals

SOP: Standard Operating Procedures

Sp. Gr.: Specific Gravity

STEL: Short Term Exposure Limit

STP: Standard Temperature and Pressure

SUP: Standard Unit of Processing


TAC: Toxic Air Contaminant

TC: Target Concentration

TCDD Dioxin (Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin)

TCDF: Tetra chlorodibenzo-p-dioxin

TCE: Trichloroethylene

TCP: Trichloropropane

TD: Toxic Dose

THM: Trihalomethane

TISE: Take It Somewhere Else

TLV: Threshold Limit Value

TNT: Trinitrotoluene

TOX: Tetradichloroxylene

TPTH: Triphenyltinhydroxide

TPY: Tons Per Year

TPQ: Threshold Planning Quantity

TRI: Toxic Release Inventory

TSCA: Toxic Substance Control Act

TWA: Time Weighted Average


UDMH: Unsymetrical Dimethyl Hydrazine

UEL: Upper Exposure Limit

UFL: Upper Flammability Limit

UL: Underwriters’ Laboratories

UN (#): United Nations (Number)

USBM: United States Bureau of Mines

USDA: United States Department of Agriculture

USDOI: United States Department of the Interior

USEPA: United States Environmental Protection Agency

USPHS: United States Public Health Service

UST: Underground Storage Tank

UTM: Universal Transverse Mercator


VCM: Vinyl Chloride Monomer

VOC: Volatile Organic Compound

VP: Vapor Pressure

VSD: Virtually Safe Dose


XHS: Extremely Hazardous Substance


YTD: Year To date


ZRL: Zero Risk Level
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