Precise measurement of benzene is crucial to worker safety – ﬁnd out the best strategies for monitoring potential exposure of this common carcinogen.
Carcinogenic substances in the workplace
Studies estimate more than 700,000 deaths worldwide due to occupational cancer per year 1,2.
The culprits are carcinogens: A variety of substances that may cause cancer after exposure. The good news is that cancer from occupational carcinogens is avoidable. In recent decades safety regulations and workplace limit values for carcinogenic substances have become ever stricter for occupations involving carcinogens. This is a growing challenge for companies worldwide, but precise measuring techniques, intelligent measuring strategies and suitable protection solutions can help them overcome it – even cost-effectively.