ALERT Upcoming Webinar | Leveraging Technology to Improve Safety in the Workplace | Thurs., Oct 28 at 1PM ET

Ceiling Limit

Last updated: August 5, 2018

What Does Ceiling Limit Mean?

A ceiling limit is the concentration limit of potentially harmful substances, or its upper value to which a worker may be exposed.

Safeopedia Explains Ceiling Limit

Ceiling limits, generally, are the maximum values that a person should avoid. Ceiling limits are the upper boundaries of harmful substances to which a person should not be exposed to. For example, the ceiling limit for ammonia (NH3) is 50 ppm (parts per million).


Share this Term

  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter

Related Reading


EHS ProgramsRemediation

Trending Articles

Go back to top