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Patty's industrial hygiene and toxicology. Vol. 1, General principles. Part B [publication] /

by Clayton, George D [edt]; Allan, Ralph E [clb].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : J. Wiley, 1991, cop. 1991Edition: 4th ed.Description: XVI, 1091 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0471501964.MeSH subject(s): Industry | Toxicology | Occupational Health | Human Engineering | HandbooksPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographSummary: Contents: 24. Emerging industrial hygiene concepts. 25. Industrial hygiene records and reports. 26. Occupational epidemiology. 27. Industrial hygiene sampling and analysis. 28. Industrial hygiene engineering controls. 29. Air pollution. 30. Hazardous wastes. 31. Man-made mineral fibers. 32. Environmental control in the workplace. 33. Asbestos management in buildings. 34. Safety and health effects of visual display terminals. 35. Integrated loss prevention and control management. 36. Lighting for seeing and health. 37. Safety interfaces, profession and practice. 38. Ionizing radiation. 39. Nonionizing radiation. 40. Ergonomics. 41. Odor. 42. Fire and explosion hazards of combustible gases, vapors and dusts. 43. Industrial hygiene aspects of hazardous material emergiencies and cleanup operations.
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Contents: 24. Emerging industrial hygiene concepts. 25. Industrial hygiene records and reports. 26. Occupational epidemiology. 27. Industrial hygiene sampling and analysis. 28. Industrial hygiene engineering controls. 29. Air pollution. 30. Hazardous wastes. 31. Man-made mineral fibers. 32. Environmental control in the workplace. 33. Asbestos management in buildings. 34. Safety and health effects of visual display terminals. 35. Integrated loss prevention and control management. 36. Lighting for seeing and health. 37. Safety interfaces, profession and practice. 38. Ionizing radiation. 39. Nonionizing radiation. 40. Ergonomics. 41. Odor. 42. Fire and explosion hazards of combustible gases, vapors and dusts. 43. Industrial hygiene aspects of hazardous material emergiencies and cleanup operations.