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PPE for Chemical Biological and Radiological Hazards Design Evaluation and Selection

PPE for Chemical Biological and Radiological Hazards Design Evaluation and Selection

Personal Protective Equipment for Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Hazards Design, Evaluation, and Selection by EFG Dickson. (PPE) is essential for individuals who are working in environments where they may be exposed to chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) hazards. PPE is a barrier between the wearer and the hazardous materials, …

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Occupational Exposures Chemical Carcinogens and Mutagens

Occupational Exposures Chemical Carcinogens and Mutagens

Occupational Exposures Chemical Carcinogens and Mutagens by Frances Alston and Onwuka Okorie. offers a focused emphasis on chemical exposures associated with carcinogenic and mutagenic impacts along with associated controls for mitigating and controlling exposures. It discusses a range of topics including hematopoietic system impact, reproductive system impact, inorganic compounds, halogenated …

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Workplace Safety and Health

Workplace Safety and Health Assessing Current Practices and Promoting Change in the Profession

Workplace Safety and Health Assessing Current Practices and Promoting Change in the Profession Thomasby Thomas D. Schneid. This book examines many of the basic assumptions that we hold “near and dear” in the safety profession and challenges the reader to assess and evaluate his or her activities in search of …

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Workplace Safety Pro your A to Z Guide

Workplace Safety Pro your A to Z Guide

Workplace Safety Pro your A to Z Guide a Complete Safety Program. The Workplace Safety Pro is a publication that aims to help businesses create and maintain a safe work environment. It provides information and tools for both beginners and experienced professionals in the field of workplace safety. The publication …

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An Engineer’s View of Human Error

An Engineer’s View of Human Error

An Engineer’s View of Human Error, Third Edition by Trevor A. Kletz. Human error is a leading cause of accidents in many industries, including the oil and chemical industries. It is important for practicing engineers and students to understand the causes and consequences of human error in order to prevent …

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Changing the Workplace Safety Culture

Changing the Workplace Safety Culture

Changing the Workplace Safety Culture by Ron C. McKinnon. This book demonstrates how changing how an organization views and practices safety will impact the behavior of all employees, including executives and line managers. This is not a book about behavior-based safety, but a guideline on how to establish a long-lasting …

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