Humans are exposed to molybdenum compounds in industrial operations and in the environment. As with other elements maximum exposure limits for molybdenum are laid down in government legislation and regulatory controls. The limits may vary from country to country and are not always consistent. The basis for the limits is not always clear. Here we list the regulatory limits, the natural levels of molybdenum and the levels derived from industrial activity including mining.
Source: International Molybdenum Association