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Stress Monitoring in the Workplace

1st Edition

Kaare Rodahl
November 24, 1993

Stress Monitoring in the Workplace demonstrates how well-established physiological techniques combined with new sophisticated electronic devices can be used to transfer the basic work physiology laboratory from an academic setting into the field. This approach enables researchers to monitor and...

Toxic Organic Vapors in the Workplace

1st Edition

Frank E. Jones
October 13, 1993

Toxic Organic Vapors in the Workplace provides a review of the recent literature covering various methods, devices, and materials used to sample, analyze, and measure toxic organic vapors in the workplace. The book features a powerful chapter on environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) in the workplace,...

Generic Intelligent Driver Support

1st Edition

J A Michon
August 12, 1993

This book summarizes the activities of the Generic Intelligent Driver Support (GIDS) Consortium and offers recommendations for successful GIDS implementation. It is based on the GIDS Project, a part of the EC-funded Dedicated Road Infrastructure for Vehicle Safety in Europe Programme....

The Work Environment: Healthcare, Laboratories and Biosafety, Volume II

1st Edition

Doan J. Hansen
December 18, 1992

The Work Environment, Volume II: Healthcare, Laboratories & Biosafety focuses on contemporary issues and the potential occupational hazards facing healthcare and scientific professions today. The book covers important topics such as the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard and how to comply, the resurgence...

The Dictionary for Human Factors/Ergonomics

1st Edition

James H. Stramler, Jr.
December 10, 1992

The Dictionary for Human Factors/Ergonomics is a major compilation of the basic terminology in the field of ergonomics. This unique dictionary contains over 8,000 terms representing all areas of human factors. For many terms, a commentary is provided to help place the term in perspective and...

Household Chemicals and Emergency First Aid

1st Edition

Betty A. Foden, Jack L. Weddell, Rosemary S. J. Happell
November 24, 1992

Household Chemicals and Emergency First Aid is an essential manual that covers 386 household chemicals, discusses their hazards when mixed with other chemicals, describes the symptoms of overexposure, and provides instructions for emergency first aid treatment. The book is intended to be used in...

Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices: OSHA Manual

1st Edition

Richard Ennis
November 24, 1992

Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices is a complete training package that describes 29 CFR 1910.331-.335, OSHA's Electrical Safety-Related Practices Standard, and outlines the requirements for training employees exposed to electrical hazards. The program presents a thorough overview of...

Locking Out and Tagging Out Accidents: A Compliance Program for OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.147

1st Edition

Richard Ennis
November 24, 1992

Locking Out & Tagging Out Accidents is a complete audio/visual package designed to meet OSHA training requirements for OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.147. Included in this training package is an implementation plan, management systems, procedures, checklists, training information, a summary of the OSHA...

Toxic Risks: Science, Regulation, and Perception

1st Edition

Ronald E. Gots
October 29, 1992

Policymakers, health professionals, and the general public face growing concerns about environmental matters, particularly those related to "toxic" chemicals and their effects on public health. Toxic Risks: Science, Regulation, and Perception explores the political, popular, and regulatory aspects...

Chemical Protective Clothing Permeation/Degradation Database - IBM Version

1st Edition

Krister Forsberg, Lawrence H. Keith
October 26, 1992

The three most important things to evaluate when selecting Chemical Protective Clothing (CPC) are 1) evidence of degradation of the garment exposed to a chemical; 2) breakthrough time, and 3) permeation rate. Because proper CPC selection must be based on permeation and degradation tests performed...

Chemical Protective Clothing Permeation/Degradation Database - Macintosh Version

1st Edition

Michael Blotzer, Krister Forsberg, Lawrence H. Keith
October 26, 1992

The three most important things to evaluate when selecting Chemical Protective Clothing (CPC) are 1) evidence of degradation of the garment exposed to a chemical; 2) breakthrough time, and 3) permeation rate. Because proper CPC selection must be based on permeation and degradation tests performed...

First Response: A Laboratory Health and Safety Chemical Expert System

1st Edition

Virginia Keith, Douglas B. Walters
October 07, 1992

First aid decisions made before professional medical help arrives in an emergency situation can be critical to the well-being of a victim. First Response is the resource to turn to when you need advice for emergency first aid response in the first few minutes after exposure to laboratory amounts of...

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