The Physician's Viewpoint.
NIOSH 1977 Jul:131-136
Steps in performing a walk-through survey are outlined for the occupational physician. The importance of doing such surveys is pointed out, and it is emphasized that they be conducted personally. Timing, frequency, and preparation are dealt with. References are given that will help in conducting a survey. It is suggested that the survey be done systematically, from the beginning and follow the process to the end. Rules of conduct are mentioned. Things to look for, such as housekeeping, changes in chemicals used, work practices, noise, and use of protective equipment are highlighted, and talking to workers and supervisors is suggested. (Contract No. 210-76-0118)
NIOSH-Contract; Contract-210-76-0118; Surveys; Occupational-medicine; Industrial-medicine; Physicians; Doctors; Health-care-personnel; Methodology; Procedures; Health-surveys;
Occupational Safety and Health Symposia 1976, Division of Technical Services, NIOSH, Cincinnati, Ohio