Patty's Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology: General Principles, Volume 1
J. Wiley and sons, Aug 9, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 1120 pages
In the tradition that has made these volumes an industry classic, this edition offers in-depth, comprehensive & timely coverage of cutting-edge issues & innovations in the field. This latest revision features 18 new subjects including visual display terminal safety, biological agents in the workplace, indoor air pollution & design of analytical laboratories. These new additions build on the existing broad coverage of industrial hygiene as both a science & an art, devoted to the recognition, evaluation & control of environmental factors & stresses affecting the health of all workers.
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