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Monitoring for health hazards at work / John W. Cherrie, Robin M. Howie, Sean Semple ; with contributions from Adrian Watson.

by Cherrie, J. W. (John W.); Howie, Robin; Semple, Sean; Ashton, Indira.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Chichester, West Sussex ; Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell, 2010Edition: 4th ed.Description: xxiv, 296 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781405159623 (pbk. : alk. paper); 1405159626 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Industrial toxicology | Environmental monitoring | Occupational Diseases -- prevention & control | Air Pollutants, Occupational -- adverse effects | Hazardous Substances -- adverse effects | Noise, Occupational -- adverse effects | Occupational Exposure -- prevention & control | Risk Assessment -- methods | ტოქსიკაცია | გარემოს უსაფრთხოება | ჰაერის დაბინძურებაDDC classification: 615.9/02
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: CONTENTS:.Section A: Introduction. Identifying hazards. Exposure, exposure routes and biological monitoring. The exposure context. Why measure?. How to carry out a survey. What do we do with the result?. Recording measurements- CEMAS.Section B: Inhalation exposure. Dust and liquid aerosols. Fibres. Gases and vapours. Microbiological hazards. Section C: Dermal and ingestion exposures. Dermal exposure measurement. Ingestion exposure measurement.Section D: Physical agents. Noise. Vibration.Heat and cold. Light and other non-ionising radiation. Ionising radiation.Section F: Assessing the effectiveness of control. Introduction to control. Ventilation. Personal protective equipment.Section G: Risk assessment and risk communication.
Summary: "This book addresses the different health hazards employees can be exposed to, e.g. airborne dust, fibres, gases, vapours, noise, radiation and biological hazards. It provides practical guidance on how to undertake risk assessments and reviews the steps required to prevent over exposure. For Occupational hygiene physicians and students A concise handbook with two new authors who have restructured all content and provided a complete update of the text. Practical step-by-step guides to measuring hazards. Six main sections with an introduction covering hazard identification, exposure routes and conducting surveys. Expanded section on risk assessment and communication"--Provided by publisher.
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Rev. ed. of: Monitoring for health hazards at work / Indira Ashton, Frank S. Gill. 3rd ed. 2000.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: CONTENTS:.Section A: Introduction. Identifying hazards. Exposure, exposure routes and biological monitoring. The exposure context. Why measure?. How to carry out a survey. What do we do with the result?. Recording measurements- CEMAS.Section B: Inhalation exposure. Dust and liquid aerosols. Fibres. Gases and vapours. Microbiological hazards. Section C: Dermal and ingestion exposures. Dermal exposure measurement. Ingestion exposure measurement.Section D: Physical agents. Noise. Vibration.Heat and cold. Light and other non-ionising radiation. Ionising radiation.Section F: Assessing the effectiveness of control. Introduction to control. Ventilation. Personal protective equipment.Section G: Risk assessment and risk communication.

"This book addresses the different health hazards employees can be exposed to, e.g. airborne dust, fibres, gases, vapours, noise, radiation and biological hazards. It provides practical guidance on how to undertake risk assessments and reviews the steps required to prevent over exposure. For Occupational hygiene physicians and students A concise handbook with two new authors who have restructured all content and provided a complete update of the text. Practical step-by-step guides to measuring hazards. Six main sections with an introduction covering hazard identification, exposure routes and conducting surveys. Expanded section on risk assessment and communication"--Provided by publisher.

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