Oversight Hearings on Asbestos Exposure to Removal Workers and Building Occupants: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Health and Safety of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, One Hundred-first Congress, Second Session, Hearings Held in Washington, DC, March 27, April 3 and 4; and San Francisco, CA, April 10, 1990, Volume 4
United States Congress, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Health and Safety
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Page 446 - Apprenticeship programs may be provided by a joint committee of local insulation contractors and the local union of the International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, to which many insulation workers belong.
Page 457 - Association. Now, Mr. Chairman, I am going to try to be as brief as I can, and if you will permit me I will adopt as a part of my testimony the testimony that was given yesterday by Mr. James A. Hooper, secretary, Utah State Wool Growers' Association, and the testimony given this morning of Mr.
Page 268 - Dole has said that we must ensure the American workplace is as safe and secure as we can make it, and she has worked steadily toward that goal.
Page 196 - He is Certified in the Comprehensive Practice of Industrial Hygiene by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene and has had extensive experience in design of control systems for worker exposures to hazardous materials.
Page 262 - ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR, OFFICE OF PESTICIDES AND TOXIC SUBSTANCES, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Mr.
Page 252 - The available data and comparative risk assessments (Table 2) indicate that chrysotile asbestos, the type of fiber found predominantly in US schools and buildings, is not a health risk in the nonoccupational environment.
Page 324 - Senator John Heinz of Pennsylvania." May 16, 1991. ENRP Special Reports M-89-02 "Proceedings: Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government/Project 88 Conference: Harnessing Market Forces to Protect the Environment. " M-89-01 John Spengler, Haluk Ozkeynak, John F. McCarthy, Henry Lee. "Summary of Symposium on Health Aspects of Exposure to Asbestos in Buildings.
Page 247 - T. (1985) Relationship of mortality to measures of environmental asbestos pollution in an asbestos textile factory.
Page 137 - Not the violent conflict between parts of the truth, but the quiet suppression of half of it, is the formidable evil : there is always hope when people are forced to listen to both sides ; it is when they attend only to one that errors harden into prejudices, and truth itself ceases to have the effect of truth, by being exaggerated into falsehood.