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occupational exposure assessment


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occupational exposure assessment

Dermal exposure assessment in occupational medicine

Dermal exposure assessment in occupational medicine

Exposure Assessment in Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology

Occupational Exposure Assessment in Epidemiological Studies of EMF

Classification of Occupational Activities for Assessment of Inhalation Exposure

Sampling Strategies for Occupational Exposure Assessment under Generalized Linear Model

Advanced REACH Tool: A Bayesian Model for Occupational Exposure Assessment

Simultaneous Assessment of Occupational Exposures from Multiple Worker Groups

Occupational Exposure Assessment of Airborne Chemical Contaminants Among Professional Ski Waxers

Assessment of occupational exposure to radiofrequency fields and radiation

ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN RISKS FROM EXPOSURE TO LOW TOXICITY OCCUPATIONAL DUSTS

Occupational Exposure Assessment in Industry- and Population-Based Epidemiological Studies

An Occupational Exposure Assessment for Engineered Nanoparticles Used in Semiconductor Fabrication

TEXAS: a Tool for EXposure ASsessment—Statistical Models for Estimating Occupational Exposure to Chemical Agents

Assessment of Occupational and Public Exposure to Trichloramine in Swiss Indoor Swimming Pools: A Proposal for an Occupational Exposure Limit

Occupational Exposure Assessment in Carbon Nanotube and Nanofiber Primary and Secondary Manufacturers

An Assessment of Dermal Exposure to Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) in Occupational Settings

An assessment of annual whole-body occupational radiation exposure in Ireland (1996–2005)

 

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The process of determining whether workplace conditions are safe or harmful to health. In practice, this ranges from perfunctory review of workplace ambient temperature and humidity to detailed air quality studies, assessment of environmental contaminants, monitoring radiation exposure and dust and noise levels, etc., and periodic medical examination of workers exposed to toxic substances such as lead and PCBs. This may involve measurement of the body burden of contaminants by chemical analyses of blood, urine, and hair samples and genetic studies, sometimes repeated at specified intervals.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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