Environmental, safety, and health engineering

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Wiley, May 26, 1997 - Science - 580 pages
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A complete guide to environmental, safety, and health engineering, including an overview of EPA and OSHA regulations; principles of environmental engineering, including pollution prevention, waste and wastewater treatment and disposal, environmental statistics, air emissions and abatement engineering, and hazardous waste storage and containment; principles of safety engineering, including safety management, equipment safety, fire and life safety, process and system safety, confined space safety, and construction safety; and principles of industrial hygiene/occupational health engineering including chemical hazard assessment, personal protective equipment, industrial ventilation, ionizing and nonionizing radiation, noise, and ergonomics.

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Contents

Environmental Protection Agency
3
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
18
Pollution Prevention
27
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GAYLE WOODSIDE is Manager of Environmental Engineering for IBM in Austin, Texas. She is the author of Hazardous Materials and Hazardous Waste Management: A Technical Guide, also available from Wiley.

DIANNA KOCUREK is a Registered Professional Engineer, Certified Safety Professional, Diplomate of Environmental Engineering, and partner in the Texas-based environmental engineering firm, Tischler/Kocurek.

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