Eighteenth Western Industrial Health Conference. The Occupational Health Team Looks at the Energy Crisis.
NIOSH 1975:183 pages
Report of the Eighteenth Western Industrial Health Conference held in October 1974, emphasizing the occupational health aspects of the energy crisis. Issues covered include forecasts of the economy, types of new energy sources, and health hazards associated with the development of nuclear power, coal, and shale oil. Attention is drawn to the need for future applied ventilation research, both to improve worker safety and to conserve energy.
NIOSH-Grant; Grants-other; Energy-development; Energy-conservation; Ventilation-systems; Fuel-crisis; Fuels;
None 177 East Colorado Boulevard Room 200 Pasadena, Calif 91105
Other Occupational Concerns; Grants-other;
Eighteenth Western Industrial Health Conference Report, NIOSH, Cincinnati, Ohio
Industrial Health Foundation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania