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Patty's industrial hygiene. Vol. 4. [Part] VII, Speciality areas and allied professions [publication] /

by Harris, Robert L [edt]; Bachmann, John D [clb].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Chichester [etc.] : J. Wiley, 2000, cop. 2000Edition: 5th ed.Description: XVI, p. 2387-3453 : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0471297496 (V.4).MeSH subject(s): Industry | Occupational Health | Occupational Exposure | Human Engineering | HandbooksPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographSummary: Contents: VII. Speciality areas and allied professions. 52. Statistical design and data analysis. 53. Occupational health nursing. 54. Ergonomics. 55. Occupational safety. 56. Explosion hazards of combustible gases, vapors, and dusts. 57. Environmental control in the workplace: water, food, wastes, and rodents. 58. Air pollution. 59. Air pollution controls. 60. Agricultural hygiene. 61. Hazardous wastes. 62. Industrial hygiene aspects of hazardous materials, emergencies and cleanup operations. 63. Health and safety factors in designing an industrial hygiene laboratory. 64. Occupational epidemiology: some guideposts. 65. Indoor air quality in nonindustrial occupational environments. 66. Role of the industrial hygiene consultant. 67. Industrial hygiene abroad: occupational hygiene
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Contents: VII. Speciality areas and allied professions. 52. Statistical design and data analysis. 53. Occupational health nursing. 54. Ergonomics. 55. Occupational safety. 56. Explosion hazards of combustible gases, vapors, and dusts. 57. Environmental control in the workplace: water, food, wastes, and rodents. 58. Air pollution. 59. Air pollution controls. 60. Agricultural hygiene. 61. Hazardous wastes. 62. Industrial hygiene aspects of hazardous materials, emergencies and cleanup operations. 63. Health and safety factors in designing an industrial hygiene laboratory. 64. Occupational epidemiology: some guideposts. 65. Indoor air quality in nonindustrial occupational environments. 66. Role of the industrial hygiene consultant. 67. Industrial hygiene abroad: occupational hygiene