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  • Agricultural medicine 2006, Springer
  • Historical Perspective of Occupational and Environmental Lung Disease /Paul David Blanc MD, MSPH --The Occupational and Environmental History /Lawrence C. Mohr Jr. --Use of Laboratory Tests in Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases /Jean-Luc Malo --Radiography and CT of Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases /; Philip C. Goodman --; Environmental and Occupational Causes of Asthma /Marcos Ribeiro, Susan M. Tarlo --Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis /Lawrence Ho, Ware G. Kuschner --Air Pollution and Lung Diseases /Yuh-Chin T. Huang, Ellen Volker --Unanswered Questions Regarding Asbestos Exposure: Concerns for the Next Generation /Daniel E. Banks --Pneumoconiosis in the Twenty-First Century /Andrew J. Ghio --Inhalation Injury /David J. Prezant, Dorsett D. Smith --Hard Metal Lung Disease /Toshinori Takada, Hiroshi Moriyama --Beryllium Disease /John Ferguson, Margaret M. Mroz --Occupational Lung Cancer /Ignatius T. S. Yu, Lap-Ah Tse, Hong Qiu --COPD in Non-smokers /K. B. Hubert Lam, Om P. Kurmi, Jon G. Ayres --Emerging Issues in Environmental and Occupational Lung Diseases /Yuh-Chin T. Huang --Disability Assessment in Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases /Clayton T. Cowl --Global Impact of Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases /Eric D. Amster, David C. Christiani.
  • Corporate safety compliance 2008, CRCnetBASE
    History of OSHA -- OSHA inspection procedures -- Corporate compliance management -- Preparing for an inspection OSHA inspection checklist -- OSHA penalty structure -- Defenses to an OSHA citation -- Criminal sanctions under the OSH act and beyond -- Occupational safety and health review commission -- Occupational safety and health review commission appeal procedures -- Operational compliance -- Multi-employer worksite issues -- Workers' compensation and safety -- Other litigation issues -- Other laws affecting the safety function -- Ethics in the safety profession -- Emerging issues in safety.
  • Discipline of environmental and occupational medicine /William N. Rom --The Role of surveillance in occupational health /Steven B. Markowitz --The Occupational and environmental history and examination /John E. Parker --Epidemiology of occupational diseases /Gary M. Marsh --Occupational biostatistics /Howard E. Rockette --Impairment, disability, and functional capacity /Alan L. Engelberg and William Greaves --Molecular biology /John G. Hay --TP53 tumor suppressor gene /S. Perwez Hussain and Curtis C. Harris --Biomarkers /Sudhir Srivastava and Karl E. Krueger --Genetic susceptibility /Chu-Ling Yu and David C. Christiani --Environmental mutagenesis /C. Stuart Baxter --Evaluation of occupational exposures and effects on male and female reproduction /Susan Rae Reutman and Grace K. LeMasters --Particle deposition and pulmonary defense mechanisms /Morton Lippmann and Lung-chi Chen --Lung immune defenses against environmental agents /Lester Kobzik --Pulmonary function testing /Stuart M. Garay --Imaging of pneumoconioses /David A. Lynch --Molecular mechanisms of particle-induced lung disease /Arnold R. Brody and Gilbert F. Morris --Analysis of fibrous and nonfibrous particles /Jerrold L. Abraham and Bryan R. Burnett --Asbestosis, pleural fibrosis, and lung cancer /William N. Rom --Malignant mesothelioma /Delia Nelson ... [et al.] --Man-made vitreous fibers, vermiculite, and zeolite /James E. Lockey, Vikas Kapil, and Nancy K. Wiese --Respiratory disease in coal miners /Michael D. Attfield, Vincent Castranova, and Gregory R. Wagner --The Health effects of silica exposure /Ahmad S. Jalloul and Daniel E. Banks --Hypersensitivity pneumonitis /Yvon Cormier and Yves Lacasse --Inhalation fever /Paul David Blanc --Occupational and environmental asthma /Stuart M. Brooks, Thomas Truncale, and James McCluskey --Environment, genes, and immune mechanisms in asthma /Joan Reibman, Linda Rogers, and Maria Elena Fernandez-Beros --Firefighter's health and health effects of the world trade center collapse /Michael Weiden ... [et al.] --International byssinosis /Denise Harrison --Isocyanates exposures and health effects /Carrie Redlich and Dhimiter Bello --Occupational exposures as a cause of chronic airways disease /John R. Balmes --Lung Diseases associated with silicates and other dust /Vinicius Antao, Germania Pinheiro, and John E. Parker --Respiratory tract irritants /Tee Guidotti --Simple asphyxiants /Marc Wilkenfeld --Chemical asphyxiants /William S. Beckett --Agricultural dust-induced lung disease /M. Brian Hartz, Nancy Sprince, and Joel Kline --Upper airway disorders /Rebecca Bascom and Marina Y. Dolina --Occupational skin disease /David Cohen and Megan M. Moore --Toxic peripheral neuropathy /Margit L. Bleecker --Human behavioral neurotoxicology /W. Kent Anger, Diane S. Rohlman, and Daniel Storzbach --Occupational heart disease /Kenneth D. Rosenman --Occupational eye disorders /Jason A. Goldsmith, Norman A. Zabriskie and Randall J. Olson --Occupational infections /Kevin Dieckhaus --Terrorism preparedness /Lewis Goldfrank and Howard Greller --HIV in the workplace /Marty Markowitz ... [et al.] --The Occupational risk of tuberculosis care /Kent A. Sepkowitz and Tara Palmore --Hematologic effects of occupational hazards /John H. Ward --Toxic liver disorders /John D. Groopman and Denise Johnson --Environmental and occupational causes of toxic injury to the kidneys and urinary tract /Edward T. Zawada, Jr. --Occupational bladder cancer /Steven B. Markowitz --Psychiatric syndromes common to the workplace /Robert C. Larsen --Alcohol and drug abuse in industry /Kent W. Peterson and Donna R. Smith --Psychological job stress /Joseph J. Hurrell, Jr. --Multiple chemical sensitivity /Alan M. Ducatman --Gulf war illness /Howard Kipen and Melissa McDiarmid --Occupational safety and human factors /Howard Sandler --Ergonomics and occupational biomechanics /Manny Halpern --Nonspecific low back pain /Margareta Nordin --Carpal tunnel syndrome /Owen Kieran --Toxicogenomics and exposure assessment /Samuel Wilson ... [et al.] --Occupational and environmental exposure to lead /Alf Fischbein and Howard Hu --Mercury /Lynn Goldman --Cadmium /Dominique F. Lison and Violaine Verougstraete --Arsenic /Toby G. Rossman --Beryllium disease /Lisa A. Maier, Carol Gunn and Lee S. Newman --Hard metal disease /Dominique F. Lison --Chromium compounds /Mitchell D. Cohen and Max Costa --Nickel compounds /Mitchell D. Cohen, Catherine Klein and Max Costa --Metal compounds and rare earths /Bruce Fowler --Organic solvents and fuels /Nancy L. Fiedler and Steven Lerman --Benzene /Philip J. Landrigan --Formaldehyde /Dean B. Baker --Ethylene oxide /Anthony D. LaMontagne, N. Kyle Steenland and Karl T. Kelsey --Pesticides /Marc B. Schenker, Steven R. Offerman, and Timothy E. Albertson --Health effects of agent orange, other military herbicides, and dioxins /Jeanne M. Stellman and Steven D. Stellman --Pentachlorophenol and tetrachlorophenol /Glenys M. Webster, Shona J. Kelly and Kay Teschke --Polychlorinated biphenyls /Stephen H. Safe --Trimellitic anhydride and other acid anhydrides /Leslie C. Grammer and Kathleen E. Harris --Carbon disulfide /Stephen M. Levin and Ruth Lilis --N Nitrosamines /Stephen S. Hecht --Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and petroleum industry /Steven D. Stellman and Tee L. Guidotti --Occupational hazards in the microelectronics industry /Joseph LaDou --Radiation carcinogenesis /Fred Burns ... [et al.] --Nonionizing radiation /W. Gregory Lotz --Occupational exposure to noise /Robert J. McCunney and John Meyer --Dysbarism /Rafael E. de la Hoz --High-altitude illnesses /William N. Rom --Thermal extremes in the work environment /Kathleen A. Delaney and Lewis R. Goldfrank --Occupational exposure to vibration /Donald E. Wasserman and Jack Wasserman --Shift work and long work hours /Claire Caruso and Roger R. Rosa --Sleep disorders and work /Joyce A. Walsleben, Edward B. O'Malley, and David M. Rapoport --Sick building syndrome and building-related illness /Kathleen Kreiss --Air pollution : outdoor and indoor sources /George D. Thurston --Air pollution : epidemiology /Johnathan Samet --Air pollution : human health studies /Robert B. Devlin and Donald Graff --Air pollution : toxicological studies /Terry Gordon --Ozone /Morton Lippmann --Nitrogen oxides /Richard Schlesinger --Sulfur dioxide /Mark Frampton and Mark J. Utell --Particulate matter /Sverre Vedal and Jeffrey H. Sullivan --Acid rain /Kathleen C. Weathers, Gene E. Likens, and Thomas J. Butler --Cigarette smoking /Jonathan Samet and Stephen S. Hecht --Bioaccumulation and toxicities of aromatic hydrocarbon contaminants at different trophic levels of the Hudson River ecosystem /Isaac I. Wirgin --The Built environment /Howard Frumkin --Biological and medical implications of global warming /Paul R. Epstein --Chlorofluorocarbons and destruction of the ozone layer /Mario J. Molina and Luisa T. Molina --Environmental law and policy /Jeffrey G. Miller --Clean Air Act /Daniel Greenbaum --Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health /John Howard --United States Environmental Protection Agency /Kathleen Callahan ... [et al.] --Environmental health practice and research at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry /Thomas H. Sinks and Henry Falk --Risk assessment and economic evaluation /James Hammitt --Workers' compensation /Nicholas A. Ashford --International occupational and environmental health /Joseph LaDou --Children's environmental health research /Frederica Perera and Sheila Viswanathan --Disparities in environmental and occupational health /George Friedman-Jiménez and Luz Claudio --Industrial hygiene measurement and control /Beverly S. Cohen --Respirators /Philip Harber --The Occupational health service /Peter Rabinowitz and Oyebode Taiwo --Moral questions of occupational and environmental medicine /Sheldon Samuels --New frontiers in environmental health research /David A. Schwartz, Brenda K. Weis, and Samuel H. Wilson.
  • Offers practice guidelines for conducting workplace mental health disability evaluations. This book examines legal and ethical aspects of employment evaluations. It also offers an examination of the process of psychiatric disability development, and discusses issues specific to evaluations for Social Security and other disability benefit programs.
  • Farming for health 2006, Springer
  • 1. The peculiarity of the workplace as harbinger of illness -- 2. The historical context -- 3. Regulatory developments, roles and functions -- 4. The work, the organisation and the individual -- 5. Theoretical perspectives of workplace health improvement -- 6. Workplace health promotion.
  • pt. 1. Risks -- pt. 2. Improving design -- pt. 3. Improving hygiene management and methods.
  • Occupational safety and health--safe work in a safe environment. The challenge, of course, is how to make this happen and make it happen economically. A comprehensive study presenting the state of the art in the field, Handbook of Occupational Safety and Health provides a wide range of methods along with specific criteria for assessing hazards and exposures in the workplace environment. More importantly, it also offers ways to reduce these hazards. The book supplies a compendium of interdisciplinary knowledge that includes physical, chemical, and psychosocial risk factors in the work environment and also discusses issues concerning occupational safety and health management. The book discusses the ergonomic principles of shaping products, workstands, and work processes, highlighting the significance of international requirements for competitiveness in the world economy. It presents the scientific basis for each safety and health issue, followed by well-illustrated case studies to demonstrate the concepts and theories and their application in real-world situations. Based on the results of international research, the book covers. Developed by a team of renowned contributors, Handbook of Occupational Safety and Health includes strategies for creating safe working conditions, accurately assessing hazards posed by harmful environmental factors, and preventing occupational accidents and diseases. Meticulously designed to be user-friendly, it provides the tools to create a safety culture beginning at the enterprise level through to the individual employee. --Book Jacket.
  • Irritant dermatitis 2006, Springer
    I. Classification and clinical features -- 1. Ten genotypes of irritant contact dermatitis -- 2. Irritant contact dermatitis versus allergic contact dermatitis -- II. Special clinical forms -- 3. Barrier function and perturbation: relevance for interdigital dermatitis -- 4. Friction melanosis -- 5. Diaper dermatitis -- 6. Chemical skin burns -- 7. Contact urticaria syndrome -- 8. Airborne irritant dermatitis -- 9. Irritant dermatitis of the scalp -- 10. Irritant contact dermatitis of the nails -- III. Epidemiology -- 11. Importance of irritant contact dermatitis in occupational skin disease -- 12. Irritant contact dermatitis in the tropics -- IV. Occupational irritant dermatitis -- 13. Occupational issues of irritant contact dermatitis -- 14. Hairdressing -- 15. Occupational irritant dermatitis - metal workers -- 16. Health care workers -- 17. The Electronics industry -- 18. Painters, lacquerers, and varnishers --V. Risk factors for irritant dermatitis -- 19. Age -- 20. Gender -- 21. Ethnicity -- 22. Atopy -- VI. Insights from bioengineering -- 23. Prediction bioengineering -- 24. Quantitative sonography for the evaluation of irritant reactions -- 25. Functional skin testing: the SMART procedures -- 26. Bioengineering correlates of the sensitive skin syndrome: the sensory irritation component -- 27. Squamometry -- VII. The Irritants: special issues -- 28. Corrosive materials -- 29. Detergents -- 30. Sodium lauryl sulfate -- 31. Organic solvents -- 32. Oils, cutting fluids, and lubricants -- 33. Food -- 34. Dithranol -- 35. Copper -- 36. Fatty acid binding proteins -- VIII. Mechanisms of irritant dermatitis -- 37. Histopathology of irritant contact dermatitis -- 38. Percutaneous absorption and irritant dermatitis -- 39 Cytokines and irritant dermatitis -- 40. Oxidative stress -- 41. Langerhans cells and skin irritation -- 42. Hydration injury --IX. Prevention of irritant dermatitis -- 43. Primary prevention of irritant contact dermatitis -- 44. Protective gloves -- 45. Anti-irritants -- 46. Barrier creams -- 47. Moisturizers -- 48. Moisturizers and irritant contact dermatitis -- 49. Effects of CO2 on barrier recovery -- X. Management and therapy -- 50. Treatment of irritant contact dermatitis -- 51. Topical corticosteroids in the treatment of irritant dermatitis -- 52. Barrier creams and emollients -- XI. Product testing -- 53. In vivo models of skin irritation -- 54. In vitro methods to predict skin irritation -- XII. Appendices -- 1. Questionnaire methods for hand dermatitis studies -- 2. Patient information sheets -- 3. Selected sources of information for irritant contact dermatitis.
  • Acrylic Resins /Kristiina Aalto-Korte --Acute and Recurrent Vesicular Hand Dermatitis /Jacob P. Thyssen and Torkil Menné --Adhesives and Glues /Jana Prä€ler, Matthias Gebhardt and Peter Elsner --Adverse Effects of Skin Protective Products, Including Sunscreens /Sibylle Schliemann --Air Hammer Operators /Mili Shah and David J. Gawkrodger --Airborne Contact Dermatitis /Jean-Marie Lachapelle --Aircraft Industry /Marléne Isaksson --Animals /Päivikki Susitaival --Antiseptics and Disinfectants /Jean-Marie Lachapelle --Aromatherapists /Kristiina Alanko --Asphalt Workers (Paving) /R. Riala and Pirji Heikkila --Atopic Dermatitis /Kristine Breuer and Thomas Werfel --Atopy as a Factor in the Prognosis of Hand Dermatitis /Birgitta Meding --Automotive Industry /Horst C. Broding and Manigé Fartasch --Bakers /Niels K. Veien --Barbers' Dermatoses (Barber's Hair Sinus) /Agustin Alomar, Luis Conde-Salazar and Felipe Heras --Bartenders /Lasse Kanerva and Pieter J. Coenraads --Bath Attendants /Richard Brans --Batik Manufacturing Workers /Retno W. Soebaryo --Battery Makers /Mike H. Beck and Jason D. L. Williams --Beekeepers /Randolf Brehler --Biologic Causes of Occupational Dermatoses /Jean-Marie Lachapelle --Boat Builders /Kyllikki Tarvainen, Pirkko Pfäffli, Tuula Estlander and Katri Suuronen --Brake-Lining Workers /Mike H. Beck and Jason D. L. Williams --Butchers and Slaughterhouse Workers /Niels K. Veien --Candle Makers /Richard Brans --Carpenters /Michael Haeberle --Cement /Christian Avnstorp --Cement Workers /Christian Avnstorp --Ceramic and Pottery Workers /John S. C. English and J. Hobson --Cheese Makers /Peter Elsner and Frank O. Nestle --Chemical Skin Burns /Audris Chiang, Magnus Bruze, Sigfrid Fregert and Birgitta Gruvberger --Chemically Induced Hair Loss/Alopecia /Howard I. Maibach and Ian Yamaguchi --Chemists /Riitta Jolanki --Child Daycare Workers /Marjolein Wintzen --Chromium /Geetanjali Sethi, Viswanath Reddy Belum, Desmond Burrows, Howard I. Maibach and Jurij J. Hostynek --Chronic Venous Insufficiency and Occupation /Edith M. de Boer --Cigarette and Cigar Makers and Tobacco Workers /Christophe J. Le Coz --Classification of Occupations /Wolfgang Uter --Coatings /Carmen Maria Sălăvăstru, Letiţia Bucur, Gheorghe Bucur and George-Sorin Ţiplica --Cobalt /Carola Lidén and Anneli Julander --Colophony: Rosin in Unmodified and Modified Form /Ann-Therese Karlberg --Confectionery and Candy Makers /Firas A. Al-Niaimi and Calum C. Lyon --Construction Workers /Christian Avnstorp --Contact Allergy to Phenol-Formaldehyde Resins /Erik Zimerson and Magnus Bruze --Contact Dermatitis Due to Irritation /Dimitar Antonov, Sibylle Schliemann and Peter Elsner --Contact Dermatitis in Cabinet Makers /Aieska De Souza and David E. Cohen --Cosmetologists /Patricia G. Engasser, Howard I. Maibach, Tam Tiet and James S. Taylor --Cutting Fluids /Iain S. Foulds --Dermatitis Artefacta /Wolfgang Harth --Detergent Workers /Markku Vanhanen and Kristiina Aalto-Korte --Detergents /Lilla Landeck, Lynn A. Baden and Swen-Malte John --Dictionary of Contact Allergens: Chemical Structures, Sources, and References /Jean-Pierre Lepoittevin and Christophe J. Le Coz --Disadvantages of Gloves /Sara K. Flores, Tuula Estlander, Riitta Jolanki and Howard I. Maibach --Divers /Menno T. W. Gaastra --Drug Allergens /Andreas J. Bircher --Electronics Workers /David Koh and Claire Quah --Electroplaters /Antti Lauerma, Mirja Kiilunen and Lasse Kanerva --Embalmers (Including Funeral Service Workers) /Linn D. Holness --Emollients: Effects, Evidence, and Side Effects /Tove Agner and Jakob Mutanu Jungersted --Engravers /Adriene Lee --Epoxy Resins /Rosemary Nixon, Jennifer Cahill and Riitta Jolanki --Ethical Aspects /Nikolaus Knoepffler and Martin O'Malley --Evidence-Based Management of Hand Eczema /Gerda J. Lensen, Frank H. W. Jungbauer and Pieter J. Coenraads --Farmers and Farmworkers /Radoslaw Spiewak --Fiberglass, Dusts /Daniel J. Hogan and Megan Morrison --Floor Layers /Luis Conde-Salazar, Felipe Heras and Agustin Alomar --Florists /Christopher R. Lovell --Forestry Workers /Michael Haeberle --Formaldehyde and Formaldehyde-Releasers /Anton C. de Groot and Mari-Ann Flyvholm --Foundry Workers /Mariko Sugiura and K. Sugiura --Fragrances and Essential Oils /Anton C. de Groot --Frictional Trauma/Mechanic Skin Diseases /Klaus E. Andersen --Fur Farming and the Fur Industry /Jukka Uitti --Furniture Manufacture /Michael Haeberle --Gardeners /Christopher R. Lovell --Genetic Identification of Individuals with Increased Risk of Developing Occupational Skin Diseases /Sanja Kezic --Glass Workers /Mark S. Wilkinson --Gold /Marléne Isaksson --Grinders and Brazers of Hard Metal and Stellite /Markku Linnainmaa and Katri Suuronen --Hair Disorders Induced by External Factors /Marcel C. Pasch --Hairdressers /Harma Stenveld --Healthcare Workers /Donald V. Belsito --Helpdesk and Allergen Supply of Rare Allergens /Klaus E. Andersen --Highway Construction Workers /Hanspeter Rast --History of Occupational Dermatology /Jean-Marie Lachapelle --House Workers /Frank H. W. Jungbauer --Hyperkeratotic Dermatitis of the Palms /Jacob P. Thyssen and Torkil Menné --Identification of Contact Allergens by In Vitro Cell Culture-Based Methods /Susan Gibbs, Stefan F. Martin, Emanuela Corsini and Hermann-Josef Thierse --Identification of Skin Irritants and Allergens by In Vivo and In Vitro Methods /Viswanath Reddy Belum, Geetanjali Sethi, Philip Hewitt and Howard I. Maibach --Immunology and Barrier Function of the Skin /Thomas Rustemeyer and Manigé Fartasch --In Vitro Delayed-Type Sensitivity Testing /Detlef Becker --Industrial Enzymes /David A. Basketter --Inks and Dyes /Christophe J. Le Coz --Insulation Workers /R. Riala --Ionizing Radiation /Seema Garg and David J. Gawkrodger --Iontophoresis /Erhard Hölzle --Jewelers /Juan Vilaplana --Laboratory Technicians /Riitta Jolanki --Leather and Shoes /Johannes Geier and Holger Lessmann --Leather Industry /Johannes Geier and Holger Lessmann --Locksmiths /Adriene Lee --Machinists /Undine Frank and Peter Elsner --Masseurs /Marléne Isaksson --Mechanical Causes of Occupational Skin Disease /Richard Brans --Mechanisms of Allergic Contact Dermatitis /Thomas Rustemeyer, Ingrid M. W. van Hoogstraten, B. Mary E. von Blomberg and Rik J. Scheper --Metal Industry /Peter Elsner --Military Personnel /Akiva Trattner, Aneta Lazarov and Arieh Ingber --Mining (Tunneling) /Hanspeter Rast --Mountain Guides /Matthias Moehrle --Multiple Chemical Sensitivity /Hans Drexler --Musicians /Derk P. Bruynzeel --Nanotechnology and Skin /Jakob T. Madsen and Klaus E. Andersen --Nickel /Carola Lidén --Non-Immunologic Contact Urticaria /Ian Yamaguchi, A. Lahti and Howard I. Maibach --Noneczematous Occupational Contact Reactions /Chee Leok Goh --Occupation-Induced Skin Cancer /Anand N. Patel and John S. C. English --Occupational Allergy to Natural Rubber Latex (NRL) /Henning Allmers --Occupational and Environmental Acne /Penpun Wattanakrai and James S. Taylor --Occupational Connective Tissue Disorders /Uwe-Frithjof Haustein and B. Lietzberg --Occupational Contact Dermatitis /Thomas L. Diepgen and Pieter J. Coenraads --Occupational Contact Dermatitis in Dental Personnel /Thomas Rustemeyer and Peter J. Frosch --Occupational Immunologic Contact Urticaria /P. Heydari, Iris S. Ale and Howard I. Maibach --Occupational MRSA Infection: Risk Factor, Disposition, Prevention, and Therapy /Nana Y. Schuerer and Olaf Kaup --Occupational Nail Disorders /Robert Baran --Occupational Skin Cancer /Thomas L. Diepgen and Hans Drexler --Oil Rig Workers /Markus F. C. Steiner and Anthony D. Ormerod --Online Databases and Sources of Information /Annika Wilke and Swen-Malte John --Operating Room Staff /Linn D. Holness --Organic Solvents /Sibylle Schliemann, Anders Boman and Jan E. Wahlberg --Other Occupational Skin Diseases /Elke Weisshaar and Thomas L. Diepgen --Other Plastics /George-Sorin Ţiplica, Letiţia Bucur, Gheorghe Bucur and Carmen Maria Sălăvăstru --Other Topical Therapies (Dyes, Tanning Agents, Tars, CO2) /Claudia Schröder-Kraft --Painters, Lacquerers, and Varnishers /Tuula Estlander and Riitta Jolanki --Paints, Lacquers, and Varnishes /Tuula Estlander and Riitta Jolanki --Patch Test Concentrations and Vehicles for Testing Contact Allergens /Anton C. de Groot --Patch Testing with Patient's Own Materials Handled at Work /Andrea Krautheim, Holger Lessmann and Johannes Geier --Percutaneous Penetration /Aaron Wiener and Howard I. Maibach --Pesticide-Related Dermatoses /Mai A. Ngo, Michael O'Malley and Howard I. Maibach --Pharmacoeconomics of Occupational Diseases /Matthias Augustin --Photoallergic Contact Dermatitis /James Ferguson and Alastair C. Kerr --Photographers and Other Photo-Lab Workers /Carola Lidén --Phototherapy /Kristine Breuer and Thomas Werfel --Phototoxic Dermatitis /Margarida Gonçalo --Physical Causes - Heat, Cold, and Other Atmospheric Factors /Wolfgang Uter and Lasse Kanerva --Physiochemical Methods for Detection of Occupational Contact Allergens /Malin Frick-Engfeldt, Birgitta Gruvberger and Magnus Bruze --Pigment Disorders /J. P. Wietze van der Veen and Maryam Yazdani --Pitch Workers /Chuan Ma, James S. Taylor and Thomas F. Downham II --Pitfalls in the Diagnosis of Occupational Contact Dermatitis /An Goossens --Plant Survey and Inspection /Christopher L. Packham --Plants /Christopher R. Lovell --Plastic Composites /Kyllikki Tarvainen, Tuula Estlander, Pirkko Pfäffli and Katri Suuronen --Plumbers and Pipe Fitters /Uwe Hillen --Polyester Resins /Rosemary Nixon, Jennifer Cahill and Riitta Jolanki --Polyurethane Resins /Malin Frick-Engfeldt, Tuula Estlander and Riitta Jolanki --Polyvinyl Resins /Letiţia Bucur, Carmen Maria Sălăvăstru, Gheorghe Bucur and George-Sorin Ţiplica --Poultry Processors /Margarida Gonçalo --Prediction of Skin Irritation by Noninvasive Bioengineering Methods /Ron A. Tupker --Prevention and Rehabilitation /Christoph Skudlik and Swen-Malte John --Prevention in Food Workers /Andrea Bauer --Prevention in Health-Care Professionals /Lilla Landeck, Britta Wulfhorst and Swen-Malte John --Prevention in Metalworkers /Christian Apfelbacher, Jochen Schmitt and Thomas L. Diepgen --Prevention of Occupational Skin Cancer /Kerry E. Adam, Peter H. Soyer and Keith William James Adam --Prick and Intracutaneous Testing and IgE Testing /Vera Mahler --Printers and Lithographers /Catriona I. Wootton and John S. C. English --Prognosis of Allergic Contact Dermatitis /John S. C. English --Prognosis of Irritant Contact Dermatitis /Kaija Lammintausta --Prognosis of Occupational Contact Dermatitis /Chee Leok Goh --Protective Creams and Emollients /Dimitar Antonov, Sibylle Schliemann and Peter Elsner --Protective Gloves /Anders Boman --Psoriasis and Work /Christoph Skudlik and Swen-Malte John --Pulp and Paper Workers, and Paper Dermatitis /Michael Haeberle --Quality of Life (QoL) in Relation to Occupational Skin Diseases /Tove Agner --Questionnaire Methods in Occupational Skin Disease Epidemiology /Päivikki Susitaival --Railroad Shop Workers /Hanspeter Rast --Retinoids /Sonja C. Molin and Thomas Ruzicka --Risk Assessment for Skin Exposure /Christopher L. Packham --Roofers /Donald V. Belsito --Rubber /Donald V. Belsito --Shoe Manufacturers and Repairers /Johannes Geier and Holger Lessmann --Silk-Screen Workers /An Goossens --Skin Bioengineering /Gérald E. Piérard, Philippe Paquet, Lorine Preudhomme, Fanchon Noël and Pascale Quatresooz --Skin Biopsy and Dermatopathology /Mirjana Ziemer --Skin Disorders in Athletes: Professional and Recreational Sports /Savina Aneja and James S. Taylor --Skin Health and Surveillance /Helen Taylor --Some Other Metals /Carola Lidén and Anneli Julander --Spices /Stefanie E. Pentinga --Stonemasons /Anne Schmidt --Sugar Artists /Peter Elsner --Sulfuric Acid Burns /Geetanjali Sethi, Viswanath Reddy Belum and Howard I. Maibach --Surveillance in Occupational Contact Dermatitis /Wolfgang Uter --Swimming Pool Worker Dermatoses /Aieska De Souza and David E. Cohen --Systemic Diseases by Absorption Through the Skin /Hans Drexlerv /Tattoo Artists /Margarida Gonçalo --Textile Workers /Ângelo Azenha --The Electronics Industry /V. Smith and John S. C. English --The Identification of Skin Allergens by In Vivo Assay /David A. Basketter --The Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Industries /An Goossens and Kim Vander Hulst --Topical and Systemic Corticosteroids /Stephanie Soost and Margitta Worm --Treatment of Chronic Hand Eczema: Other Immunomodulating Therapies /Rodrigo da Mota and Bernhard Homey --Treatment of Occupational Skin Cancer /Rudolf A. Herbst --Urticaria /Christophe J. Le Coz --UV Exposure /Peter Knuschke --Vegetables and Fruit /Andrea Bauer, Wolfgang Uter and Christiane Szliska --Veterinarians /Päivikki Susitaival --Welding /Monica Hindsén and Magnus Bruze --Wet Work and Occlusion /Dimitar Antonov, Sibylle Schliemann, Peter Elsner and Swen-Malte John --Winemakers /Ronald R. Brancaccio and David H. Chu --Woods /B. M. Hausen.
  • Section 1. Overview and occupational therapy process -- section 2. Occupational performance and the performance areas : evaluation and intervention -- section 3. Performance skills and client factors : evaluation and intervention -- section 4. The occupational therapy process : implementation of interventions -- section 5. Intervention applications.
  • Occupational asthma 2010, Springer
  • Occupational physiology 2012, CRCnetBASE
    Work, working life, occupational physiology / Allan Toomingas, Svend Erik Mathiassen, and Ewa Wigaeus Tornqvist -- Work demanding high energy metabolism / Ewa Wigaeus Tornqvist -- Work requiring considerable muscle force / Katarina Kjellberg -- Work in awkward postures / Karin Harms-Ringdahl -- Work with highly repetitive movements / Fredrik Hellström -- Prolonged, low-intensity, sedentary work / Allan Toomingas -- Work with high levels of mental strain / Bo Melin -- Work that disrupts the diurnal rhythm / Torbjörn Åkerstedt -- Work in heat and cold / Désirée Gavhed -- A good working life for everyone / Allan Toomingas, Margareta Bratt Carlström, and Svend Erik Mathiassen.
  • Applied ergonomics -- Cognitive ergonomics -- Construction safety -- Economic aspects of prevention -- Education and training in prevention -- Emerging risks -- Environmental ergonomics -- Fire safety -- Health monitoring and occupational medicine -- Human and organisational factors -- Occupational ergonomics -- Occupational hygiene -- Occupational safety -- Risk assessment methods -- Other.
  • Office ergonomics 2008, CRCnetBASE
    1. Working posture -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Sitting versus standing -- 1.3. The back -- 1.4. Posture -- 1.5. Maintenance and monitoring of good posture -- 1.6. Summary -- 2. The design of workstation furniture -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Desks -- 2.2.1. Desk height -- 2.2.2. Worksurface design -- 2.2.3. Worksurface layout -- 2.2.4. Undersurface features -- 2.3. Partitions -- 2.4. Chairs -- 2.4.1. Seat height adjustment -- 2.4.2. Backrest adjustment -- 2.4.3. Armrests -- 2.4.4. Adjustment mechanisms -- 2.5. Accessories -- 2.5.1. Footrests -- 2.5.2. Wristrests -- 2.5.3. Document holders -- 2.5.4. Screen risers -- 2.5.5. Telephone headsets -- 2.5.6. Reading slopes -- 2.6. Summary -- 3. Workstation trials -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Task analysis -- 3.2.1. Starting the procedure -- 3.2.2. Information collection -- 3.2.3. Recording information -- 3.3. Trials -- 3.4. The roll-out -- 3.5. Summary -- 4. Computer use -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Desktops -- 4.3. Flat screens -- 4.4. Laptops -- 4.5. Wireless technology -- 4.6. Out-of-office working -- 4.6.1. Home office -- 4.6.2. Mobile offices -- 4.7. Summary -- 5. Screen displays -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Memory -- 5.2.1. Short-term memory -- 5.2.2. Long-term memory -- 5.3. Displays -- 5.3.1. Fonts -- 5.3.2. Using color -- 5.3.3. Layout -- 5.3.4. Wording -- 5.3.5. Windows -- 5.4. Summary -- 6. Input devices -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Keyboards -- 6.3. Mouse -- 6.4. Touchpads -- 6.5. Trackball -- 6.6. Joystick -- 6.7. Touchscreens -- 6.8. Graphics tablets -- 6.9. Voice recognition software -- 6.10. General design requirements -- 6.11. Summary -- 7. Organizational issues -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Job design -- 7.3. Work rate -- 7.4. Rest breaks -- 7.5. Overtime -- 7.6. Incentives -- 7.7. Motivation -- 7.8. Shift work -- 7.9. Compressed working week -- 7.10. Managing change -- 7.11. Summary -- 8. Training -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. The trainees -- 8.3. Training methods -- 8.4. The course -- 8.5. Alternative approaches -- 8.6. Making training more effective -- 8.7. After the course -- 8.8. Summary -- 9. The environment -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Noise -- 9.3. Lighting -- 9.3.1. Glare -- 9.3.2. Artificial light -- 9.3.3. Natural light -- 9.3.4. Color -- 9.4. Thermal comfort -- 9.5. Summary -- 10. Manual handling -- 10.1. Introduction -- 10.2. Manual handling injuries -- 10.3. Reducing the risk -- 10.3.1. Mechanical assistance -- 10.3.2. Work demands -- 10.3.3. Object characteristics -- 10.3.4. Environmental conditions -- 10.3.5. The person -- 10.4. Training -- 10.5. Summary -- 11. Work-related ill health -- 11.1. Introduction -- 11.2. Upper limb disorders -- 11.2.1. Types of upper limb disorders -- 11.2.1.1. Tenosynovitis -- 11.2.1.2. Carpal tunnel syndrome -- 11.2.1.3. Dupuytren's contracture -- 11.2.1.4. Vibration white finger -- 11.2.1.5. Ganglion -- 11.2.1.6. Epicondylitis -- 11.2.1.7. Tendinitis -- 11.2.1.8. Frozen shoulder -- 11.2.1.9. Thoracic outlet syndrome -- 11.2.1.10. Cervical spondylosis -- 11.2.1.11. Osteoarthritis -- 11.2.2. Causes of upper limb disorders -- 11.2.2.1. Repetition -- 11.2.2.2. Awkward postures -- 11.2.2.3. Static muscle work -- 11.2.2.4. Force -- 11.2.2.5. Duration of exposure -- 11.2.2.6. Other contributory factors -- 11.2.2.7. Psychosocial factors -- 11.2.2.8. Extra-organizational factors -- 11.3. Responding to ULDs -- 11.4. Backache -- 11.5. Visual fatigue -- 11.6. Stress -- 11.7. Summary -- 12. Disability -- 12.1. Introduction -- 12.2. Workstation arrangements -- 12.3. Computer work -- 12.4. General environment -- 12.5 Summary -- 13. Risk assessment -- 13.1. Introduction -- 13.2. Sample checklists -- 14. Case studies -- 14.1. Introduction -- 14.2. Case study A -- 14.3. Case study B -- 14.4. Case study C -- 14.5. Case study D -- 14.6. Case study E --14.7. Case study F.
  • OSHA compliance management 2001, CRCnetBASE
  • Safety analysis. 2nd ed. 2001, CRCnetBASE
  • "Includes comprehensive hazard information on the substances encountered in the workplace. The objective of the work is to promote safety by providing the most up-to-date hazard information available"--Provided by publisher."Since its inception in the early 1950's, this book has become the "bible" for those who need to evaluate the hazard of substances used in commerce. The book contains extensive data on approximately 28,000 substances. It is designed to fill the information needs of professionals who must work with and evaluate the hazards of chemicals"--Provided by publisher.
  • Chapter 1. Introduction / Walter E. Goldstein -- Chapter 2. Epidemiology and Health Effects in Moisture-Damaged Damp Buildings / Jean Cox-Ganser, Ju-Hyeong Park, Richard Kanwal -- Chapter 3. Mold Biology, Molecular Biology and Genetics / Edward Sobek -- Chapter 4. Products of Mold Associated with Sick Building Syndrome / Walter E. Goldstein -- Chapter 5. Mathematical Model of Mold Propagation and Product Formation in Building Materials, Inherent Transport Phenomena and Applications / Walter E. Goldstein, Willem A. Schreuder -- Chapter 6. Forensic Studies in Moldy-Damp Buildings / Philip R. Morey, Gary N. Crawford, Michael J. Cornwell, Brad Caddick, Tara Toren-Rudisill, Raoul Webb -- Chapter 7. Practices in Identifying, Remediating and Reoccupancy When Mold Occurs / Gary R. Brown -- Chapter 8. Analysis of Microscopic Contaminants in Sick Building Investigations / James Millette, Barb Epstien, Elliott Horner -- Chapter 9. Analytical Practice in Mold Identification and Solutions, Including Measurements and Sampling / Edward Sobek -- Chapter 10. Research and Development, Directions in Construction Practice and Summary Recommendations / Walter E. Goldstein.
  • Skin protection 2007, Karger

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