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Microcomputer Applications in Occupational Health and Safety

American Conference
March 01, 1987

Practical software use in the "real world" of occupational health and safety is the thrust of this book. MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS in OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH and SAFETY stresses three major phases: 1. Recent trends, 2. New Software, and 3. Practical uses of existing software, e.g. word processing,...

Ergonomics In Computerized Offices

E. Grandjean
December 18, 1986

"Ergonomics in Computerized Offices should be required reading for office managers, union representatives, engineers, designers, or anyone employed in implementing a computerized office or improving conditions in an already computerized office...an excellent addition to any personal library."--...

Environmental Epidemiology

Kopfler
December 01, 1986

This informative book is valuable to a broad spectrum of individuals active in the environmental and health sciences, including chemists, epidemiologists, and mathematics modelers, as well as those involved with measurement and effects of numerous kinds of drinking water contamination and both...

Guidebook to Light Water Reactor Safety Analysis

P. B. Abramson
January 01, 1985

The Guidebook to Light Water Reactor Safety Analysis brings together government and expert researchers entrusted with maintaining the safety of reactors, preventing incidents, and for creating the guidelines for responding appropriately to emergency situations. It includes an overview presented by...

Indoor Air Quality

Phillip J. Walsh, Charles S. Dudney, Emily D. Copenhaver
December 22, 1983

Indoor Air Quality presents usable data and information on a range of subjects-from legislation to emission and ventilation rates-in tabular, graphical or schematic forms. Each chapter is thoroughly referenced so that readers can seek original documents as desired.This single volume collects the...

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