Basic Concepts Of Industrial Hygiene

Basic Concepts Of Industrial Hygiene
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Basic Concepts Of Industrial Hygiene by Ronald McLean Scott. Basic Concepts of Industrial Hygiene covers the latest and most important topics in industrial hygiene today. The textbook begins with a look at the history and basis for industrial hygiene, which provides students with a foundation for understanding later developments. The book contains an in-depth discussion of new OSHA regulations, such as HAZWOPER and Process Safety, which deal with high-hazard situations. It also features a chapter on biological hazards of current concern in health care, including tuberculosis, AIDS, and hepatitis B.

The Contents of Basic Concepts Of Industrial Hygiene

  • History and Basis of Industrial Hygiene: The Historical View
  • Government Regulation
  • Toxic Effects
  • Measuring Relative Toxicity and Assessing Risk
  • Toxicokinetics: Toxicants Into, Around, and Out of the Body
  • Industrial Hygiene Engineering
  • Occupational Dermatosis and Eye Hazard
  • Inhalation Toxicology
  • Protecting the Worker I: Monitoring the Plant Atmosphere
  • Protecting the Worker II: Providing Clean Air
  • Fire and Explosion
  • Protection from Chemicals in Special Situations
  • Occupational Hearing Loss
  • Radiation protection
  • Working in Extreme Temperatures
  • Prevention of Accidents
  • Cumulative Trauma
  • Biohazard
  • Metals: Metals Preparation and Manufacturing
  • Welding and cutting Safety
  • Polymers

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