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Hazard Surveillance

Medical surveillance, exposure registries, and epidemiologic research for workers exposed to nanomaterials
Trout DB and Schulte PA. Toxicology 2010;269:128-135

Current Intelligence Bulletin 60: Interim Guidance for Medical Screening and Hazard Surveillance for Workers Potentially Exposed to Engineered Nanoparticles
DHHS (NIOSH) Publication 2009-116 (February 2009)

Sharpening the focus on occupational safety and health in nanotechnology
Schulte P et al. Scand J Work Environ & Health 2008;34:471-478

Options for occupational health surveillance of workers potentially exposed to engineered nanoparticles: State of the science
Schulte PA et al. J Occup Environ Med 2008;50:517-526

Hazard surveillance for industrial magnetic fields: II. Field characteristics from waveform measurements
Bowman JD and Methner MM. Ann Occup Hyg 2000;44:615-633

Comparison of three sampling and analytical methods for the determination of airborne hexavalent chromium
Boiano JM et al. J Environ Monit 2000;2:329-333


Immune and Dermal Diseases

Evaluation of a preventive program to reduce sensitization at a beryllium metal, oxide, and alloy production plant
Bailey RL et al. J Occup Environ Med 2010;52:505-512


Lead

Adult blood lead epidemiology and surveillance-United States, 2005-2007
MMWR, April 17, 2009/58(14):365-369.

Adult blood lead testing: A pivotal role for labs in interpretation and surveillance
Ottlinger MR et al. Clin Lab News 2002:12-14


Metalworking Fluids

An evaluation of ASTM method P-42-97 for sampling and analysis of metalworking fluids
Glaser RA et al. Appl Occup Environ Hyg 2003;18:825-827

Data supporting a provisional ASTM method for metalworking fluids, part 3. Evaluation of an ASTM method for metalworking fluids in a survey of metalworking facilities
Glaser RA et al. J Test Eval 2002;30:439-451

Metalworking fluid exposures in small machine shops: An overview
Piacitelli GM et al. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 2001;62:356-370

An evaluation of short-term exposures to metalworking fluids in small machine shops
O'Brien DM et al. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 2001;62:342-348


Musculoskeletal Disorders

Musculoskeletal Disorders in Manufacturing
DHHS (NIOSH) Publication 2010-129 (March 2010)


Pesticides

Occupational fatalities associated with 2,4,-dichlorophenol (2,4-DCP) exposure, 1980-1998
MMWR, June 16, 2000/49(23):516-518


Respiratory Diseases

Industry-wide medical surveillance in California flavor manufacturing workers: Cross-sectional results
Kreiss K et al. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2010;181 (Meeting Abstracts):A5111

Longitudinal decline in FEV1 by GOLD Stage in workers in a spirometry surveillance program
Gulati M et al. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2009;179(Abstracts):A4078

Asthma arising in flavoring-exposed food production workers
Sahakian N et al. Int J Occup Med Environ Health 2008;21:173-177

The Americas Silicosis Initiative
NIOSH. CDC Global Health E-Brief 2007 Dec:5

Symptom onset in the first two years of employment at a wood products plant: Some observations relevant to occupational medical screening
Wang ML and Petsonk EL. Am J Ind Med 2004;46:226-233

Asthma like symptoms in wood product plant workers exposed to methylene diphenyl diisocyante
Petsonk EL et al. Chest 2000;118:1183-1193


Traumatic Injuries

Use of employer administrative databases to identify systematic causes of injury in aluminum manufacturing
Pollack KM et al. Am J Ind Med 2007;50:676-686

Nail-gun injuries treated in emergency departments-United States, 2001-2005
MMWR, April 13, 2007/56(14);329-332


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