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364-11a2013Evaluation of a Nanomaterial Handling Enclosure conducted at the Alice Hamilton Laboratories
358-15a2014ConstructionPartnering to Control Dust from Fiber-Cement Siding
358-14a2014ConstructionPartnering to Control Dust from Fiber-Cement Siding
358-13a2014ConstructionPartnering to Control Dust from Fiber-Cement Siding
358-12a2013ConstructionPartnering to Control Dust from Fiber-Cement Siding
358-11a2013ConstructionPartnering to Control Dust from Fiber-Cement Siding
356-19a2013ManufacturingCase Study: Particle Emissions from the Processes of Machining Nanocomposites
356-18a2013ManufacturingAssessment of Nanoparticle Emissions from a Chemical Laboratory using Carbon Nanotubes
356-17a2012ManufacturingEvaluation of Enclosed Reactor for the Production of Aligned Carbon Nanotubes
356-16a2012ManufacturingEVALUATION OF ENCLOSING HOOD AND DOWNFLOW ROOM FOR NANOCOMPOSITE MANUFACTURING
356-15a2012ManufacturingCASE STUDY: Modifying Processes to Control Exposure to Engineered Nanographene Particles
356-13a2012ManufacturingEvaluation of Engineering Controls in a Manufacturing Facility Producing Carbon Nanotube-Based Products
356-12a2011ManufacturingENGINEERING CONTROLS FOR NANO-SCALE GRAPHENE PLATELETS DURING MANUFACTURING AND HANDLING PROCESSES
356-11a2012ManufacturingEVALUATION OF ENGINEERING CONTROLS FOR MANUFACTURING NANOFIBER SHEETS AND YARNS
350-13a2013AllComparison of Two Acoustic Test Fixtures for Measurement of Impulse Peak Insertion Loss
350-12a2012AllDESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF AN ACOUSTIC SHOCK TUBE FOR GENERATING HIGH-LEVEL IMPULSES TO TEST HEARING PROTECTION DEVICES
350-11a2012AllA CASE FOR USING A-WEIGHTED EQUIVALENT ENERGY AS A DAMAGE RISK CRITERION AS A DAMAGE RISK CRITERION
349-12a2013Evaluation of Smartphone Sound Measurement Applications
349-11a2013AllDevelopment and validation testing of an impulse noise meter
347-17a2013ConstructionControl Technology for Dowel Drilling in Concrete
347-16a2013ConstructionCONTROL TECHNOLOGY FOR DOWEL DRILLING IN CONCRETE
347-15A2011ConstructionCONTROL TECHNOLOGY FOR DOWEL DRILLING IN CONCRETE
347-14a2011ConstructionControl Technology For Dowel-Pin Drilling In Concrete Pavement
347-13a2011ConstructionControl Technology For Dowel-Pin Drilling In Concrete Pavement
347-12a2011ConstructionControl Technology For Dowel-Pin Drilling In Concrete Pavement
338-05c2011AllAnalysis of chinchilla temporary and permanent threshold shifts following impulsive noise exposure
334-11a2008ConstructionPRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF DUST EMISSIONS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY FOR DOWEL-PIN DRILLING
329-12b2012ServicesExperimental and Numerical Research on the Performance of Exposure Control Measures for Aircraft Painting Operations, Part II
329-12a2011ServicesExperimental and Numerical Research on the Performance of Exposure Control Measures for Aircraft Painting Operations, Part I
326-12a2008ServicesControl Technology and Exposure Assessment for Electronic Recycling Operations Elkton Federal Correctional Institution Elkton, Ohio
322-15a2012ManufacturingProcess Evaluation at Kraft Atlantic, Inc.
322-14a2012ManufacturingEngineering Control and Process Evaluation at Quaker Oats
322-13a2011ManufacturingProcess Evaluation at Baker Boy
322-12a2008ManufacturingIn-depth survey report: evaluation of engineering controls for the production of liquid and powder flavoring chemicals at Kerry Ingredients and Flavours, Inc., formerly Mastertaste, Inc., Commerce, California
322-11a2008ManufacturingIn-depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Engineering Controls for the Mixing of Flavoring Chemicals
317-12a2006ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report of a Local Exhaust Ventilation Device for Supressing Respirable and Crystalline Silica Dust from Powered Saws, July 26-28, 2005
317-11a2006ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report of a Demonstration and Evaluation of Roofing Tile Saws and Cutters Controlling Respirable and Crystalline Silica Dust at Petersanddean Roofing Systems, Newark California, August 18-19, 2005
312-11a2007ManufacturingAdvanced hearing protector study conducted at: General Motors Metal Fabricating Division Flint Metal Center - Flint, Michigan, January 2004 - February 2005, report no. EPHB 312-11a
309-05h2009An analysis of the blast overpressure study data comparing three exposure criteria
306-19b2009ManufacturingSTYRENE EXPOSURES DURING FIBER REINFORCED WIND BLADE MANUFACTURING
306-19a2008ManufacturingWalk-through Survey Report: Styrene Exposures During Fiber Reinforced Wind Blade Manufacturing
306-18a2007ManufacturingIn Depth Study: A Re-evaluation of Styrene and Noise Exposures in the Fiberglass-reinforced Plastic Boat Manufacturing Industry
306-17a2007ManufacturingIn-depth Survey Report: Styrene Exposures during Fiber Reinforced Plastic Boat Manufacturing at U.S.Marine Incorporated, August 28-31, 2006
306-16a2007ManufacturingIn-Depth Study: An Occupational Exposure Assessment of Styrene and Noise in The Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Boat manufacturing Industry, August 14-18, 2006
306-15a2006ManufacturingStyrene and Noise Exposures During Fiber Reinforced Plastic Boat Manufacturing at Island Packet Yachts (IPY) Largo, Florida, October 14, 2005
306-14b2009ManufacturingSTYRENE EXPOSURES DURING CLOSED MOLDING OF SMALL PARTS FOR FIBERGLASS BOATS
306-14a2005ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Styrene and Noise Exposures During Fiber Reinforced Plastic Boat manufacturing at Sea Ray Boats, Vonore, Tennessee, October 27-28, 2005
306-13a2005ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Styrene and Noise Exposures During Fiber Reinforced Plastic Boat Manufacturing at Century Boat company Inc. Panama City, Florida, December 2005
306-12b2008ManufacturingSTYRENE AND NOISE EXPOSURES DURING FIBER REINFORCED PLASTIC BOAT MANUFACTURING
306-12a2005ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Styrene and Noise Exposures During Fiber Reinforced Plastic Boat Manufacturing, September 2005
306-11b2005ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Styrene and Noise Exposures During Fiber Reinforced Plastic Boat Manufacturing at U.S. Marine Incorporated, Arlington Virginia, August 2005
306-11a2005ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Styrene and Noise Exposures During Fiber Reinforced Plastic Boat Manufacturing at Larson/Glastron Inc. Little Falls Minnesota, April 2005
301-05f2012Healthcare and Social AssistanceExpedient Methods for Surge Airborne Isolation within Healthcare Settings during Response to a Natural or Manmade Epidemic
295-11a2003ManufacturingWalk Through Report: Observations And Recommendations For Reducing Exposure To Chloramines
294-05A2003ServicesMDI Concentrations During Application Of Spray-On Truck Bed-Liners
289-14a2011FOLLOW UP EVALUATION OF KOHLER LOW EMISSION TECHNOLOGY TO PREVENT CARBON MONOXIDE POISONINGS FROM HOUSEBOAT GENERATOR EXHAUST
289-12a2007Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesEvaluation of Carbon Monoxide Concentration With and Without Catalytic Emission Controls from Gasoline Propulsion Engines, December 11-18, 2006
289-11a2006Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesIn-Depth Survey Report of Carbon Monoxide Emissions and Exposures on Express Cruisers Under Various Operating Conditions, Florida, North Carolina and New Jersey, July 7-December 15, 2005
282-25a2013ConstructionControl Technology for Crystalline Silica Exposure During Pavement Milling Using a Roadtec Milling Machine Equipped with a Local Exhaust Ventilation System
282-24a2013ConstructionEvaluation of a Volvo Milling Machine Equipped with a Wet Drum Designed to Reduce Respirable Crystalline Silica Exposure During Pavement Milling
282-23a2013ConstructionControl Technology for Crystalline Silica Exposure During Pavement Milling Using a Wirtgen Milling Machine Equipped with a Vacuum Cutting System
282-22a2012ConstructionA Laboratory Evaluation of a Local Exhaust Ventilation System on a Caterpillar Cold Milling Machine at Caterpillar, Minnesota
282-21a2013ConstructionA Laboratory Evaluation of a Local Exhaust Ventilation System on a Roadtec Cold Milling Machine at Roadtec, Chattanooga, Tennessee
282-20a2011ConstructionA Laboratory Evaluation of a Prototype Local Exhaust Ventilation System on a Terex Cold Milling Machine at Terex Roadbuilding, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
282-19a2011ConstructionA Laboratory Evaluation of Capture Efficiencies of the Vacuum Cutting System on a Wirtgen W 250 Cold Milling Machine at Payne & Dolan Inc., Racine, Wisconsin
282-18a2011ConstructionDUST-CONTROL TECHNOLOGY FOR ASPHALT-PAVEMENT MILLING Controlled-site testing at State Highway 47, Bonduel, Wisconsin
282-17a2011ConstructionDUST-CONTROL TECHNOLOGY FOR ASPHALT-PAVEMENT MILLING
282-16a2009ConstructionIn-Depth Field Evaluation…Dust-Control Technology For Asphalt Pavement Milling
282-15a2009ConstructionIn-Depth Field Evaluation…Dust-Control Technology For Asphalt Pavement Milling
282-14a2009ConstructionIn-Depth Field Evaluation…Dust-Control Technology For Asphalt Pavement Milling
282-132007ConstructionIn Depth Survey of Dust Control Technology for Cutting Concrete Block and Tuckpointing Brick, July 26-27, 2001
282-12a2007ConstructionIn-Depth Survey of Dust Control Technology for Asphalt Milling, July 13-15, 2004
282-11c-22004ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report Of A Water Spray Device For Suppressing Respirable And Crystalline Silica Dust From Jackhammers
282-11c2004ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report of a Water Spray Device for Suppressing Respirable and Crystalline Silica Dust from Jackhammers at E.E. Cruz Company, South Plainfield, New Jersey, August 9, 2002
282-11b2004ConstructionResults of a Pilot Study of Dust Control Technology for Asphalt Milling at Payne & Dolan Inc. Project, Wisconsin, October 7-9, 2003
282-11a2002ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report of Control of Respirable Dust and Crystalline Silica from Breaking Concrete with a Jackhammer at Bishop Sanzari Companies, North Bergen, New Jersey, July 26, 2002
279-26a2010ServicesMultiple Envelope Particle Expulsion Test of an Existing Advanced Facer Canceller System (AFCS) and an AFCS 200 Configuration
279-25a2010ServicesSingle Letter Particle Expulsion Comparison of an Existing Advanced Facer Canceller System (AFCS) and an AFCS 200 Configuration
279-24a2009ServicesComparison of Biohazard Detection System Capture Efficiencies of an Existing Advanced Facer Canceller System and a Prototype Advanced Facer Canceller System 200 Configuration at the Santa Ana Processing and Distribution Center
279-23a2007ServicesPreliminary Testing of the Modified Mail Pass and Biohazard Detection System for the Ventilation and Filtration System of the Automated FACER Canceller System, September 26, 2006
279-222005ServicesRe-Evaluation of Ventilation/Filtration System for Revised Hand-Cull Stations of the 010 Culling System at United States Postal Service, Processing and Distribution Center, Baltimore, Maryland, June 2005
279-21a2005ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation Of Ventilation And Filtration System For LMDS And DPRC
279-20a2004ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Ventilation/Filtration System for the 010 Culling System at the United States Postal Service, Cleveland Processing and Distribution Center, Cleveland, Ohio, March 11-14, 25-28, 2003
279-19a2004ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Local Exhaust Ventlation Systems for the Advanced Facer Canceller System at the United States Postal Service, Cleveland Processing and Distribution Center, Cleveland, Ohio, March 25-26, 2003
279-18a2004ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of the Ventilation and Filtration System and Biohazard Detection System for the Automated Facer Canceller System at the United States Postal Service, Dulles Processing and Distribution Center, Cleveland, Ohio, June 24, 2
279-17a2003ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evalution of Ventilation and Filtration System for Delivery Bar Code Sorter at the United States Postal Service, Dulles Processing and Distribution Center, Dulles, Virginia, December 13, 2002
279-16a2003ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of the Ventilation and Filtration System and Biohazard Detection System for the Automated Facer Canceller System at the United States Postal Service, Dulles Processing and Distribution Center, Dulles, Virginia, October 7
279-15a2002ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Local Exhaust Ventilation System for Advanced Flat Sorter Machine 100 at United States Postal Service, Baltimore Processing and Distribution Center, Baltimore, Maryland, June 4, 2002
279-14a22003ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Local Exhaust Ventilation System for the 010 Culling System at United States Postal Service, Merrifield Processing and Distribution Center, Merrifield, Virginia, October 9-10, 15, 17, 2002
279-14a12003ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Local Exhaust Ventilation System for the 010 Culling System at United States Postal Service, Merrifield Processing and Distribution Center, Merrifield, Virginia, June 17-18, 2002
279-13a2010ServicesBiohazard Detection System Capture Efficiency Comparison of an Existing Advanced Facer Canceller System (AFCS) and an AFCS 200 Configuration at the North Texas Processing and Distribution Center
279-12a2002ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Local Exhaust Ventilation System for Advanced Flat Sorter Machine at United States Postal Service, Baltimore Processing and Distribution Center, Baltimore, March 6, 2002 and March 20, 2002
279-11a2002ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Ventilation and Filtration System for Delivery Bar Code Sorter at United States Postal Service, Dulles Processing and Distribution Center, Dulles, Virginia, January 23, 2002 and March 20, 2002
278-11a2004ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation Of General Exhaust Ventilation System
263-13a2007ServicesControl Technology and Exposure Assessment for Occupational Exposure to Beryllium: Abrasive Blasting With Coal Slag, June 21-23, 2004
263-12a2004ManufacturingControl Technology And Exposure Assessment For Occupational Exposure To Beryllium: Michigan Spring And Stamping Muskegon, Michigan
256-19b2002ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Perchloroethylene (PCE) in Vapor Degreasing Operations, Site #1
256-18b2002ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Perchloroethylene (PCE) in Vapor Degreasing Operations, Site #4
256-17b2002ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Perchloroethylene (PCE) in Vapor Degreasing Operations, Site #3
247-222003ManufacturingControl Technology And Exposure Assessment For Occupational Exposure To Crystalline Silica: Stone Monument Manufacturing
247-212002ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report of Control of Respirable Dust and Crystalline Silica from Grinding Concrete at Messer Construction, Newport, Kentucky, and Baker Concrete Construction, Dayton, Ohio
247-202001ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Crystalline Silica Exposures in Construction: Field Evaluation of Control Measures for Tuck-Pointing, The Farell Building, Huntington, West Virginia, May 21-25, 2001
247-192001ConstructionControl Technology For Ready-Mix Truck Drum Cleaning:
247-182001ConstructionIn-Depth Study Report: Control Technology For Crystalline Silica Exposures In Construction: The Effect Of Exhaust Flow Rate Upon The Respirable Dust Emissions For Tuck Pointing Operations And A Preliminary Evaluation Of A Ventilated Tool For Brick Cutting
247-15d2002ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Silica Exposure in Construction Scabbling Concrete at Frank Messer and Sons Construction Company, Hebron, Kentucky, June 28 and July 12, 2001
247-15c2002ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Silica Exposure from Hand Tools in Construction Grinding Concrete at Frank Messer and Sons Construction Company, Newport, Kentucky, February 21, 22 and 26, 2001, and March 2 and 6, 2001
247-15b2002ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report of Exposure to Silica from Demolition of Plaster Ceilings at Frank Messer and Sons Construction Company, Columbus, Ohio, April 25-26, 2001
247-15a2001ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report of Four Sites: Exposure to Silica from Hand Tools in Construction Chipping, Grinding, and Hand Demolition at Frank Messer and Sons Construction Company, Lexington and Newport, Kentucky, and Columbus and Springfield, Ohio, May 26 and
247-142000ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Crystalline Silica Exposures in Construction: Exposures and Preliminary Control Evaluation at a Restoration Preservation Masonry Construction Site, Boston, Massachusetts, April 10-11, 2000
247-122000ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Crystalline Silica Exposures in Construction: Exposures and Preliminary Control Evaluation at Various Sites for Bricklayers Local #9, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 14-16, 1999
247-111999ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Crystalline Silica Exposures in Construction: Wet Abrasive Blasting at the Nokia Building Construction Site, Irving, Texas, March 30-April 1, 1999, and April 13-16, 1999
246-11a2003ManufacturingSurvey Report: An Engineering Control Evaluation for Reducing Exposure to Refractory Ceramic Fibers During Sanding at Fireline, Inc., Youngstown, Ohio, November 5, 2002
245-11a2000ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of and Recommendations for Control Technology in Gray-Iron Foundry Shake-Out at Eljer Plumbingware, Shake-Out Number Three, Salem, Ohio, December 3-4, 1998
240-151999ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Control Technology for Perchloroethylene in Dry Cleaning Shops at Dry Cleaning Depot, New York, New York, April 14-28, 1998
240-142000ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Control Technology for Perchloroethylene in Dry Cleaning Shops at Golden State Cleaners, San Francisco, California, February 19-25, 1998
240-132000ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Comparison of Perchloroethylene Exposures Before and After the Installation of Local Exhaust Ventilation at a Commercial Dry Cleaners at Drycleaning Plus, Cincinnati, Ohio, August 25-28, 1998, September 8-11, 1998, January 25-29, 1
240-122000ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Control Technology for Perchloroethylene in Dry Cleaning Shops at Ten Ten Cleaners, San Francisco, California, February 18-24, 1998
240-111999ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Control Technology for Perchloroethylene in Dry Cleaning Shops, Jim Dandy Cleaners, New York, New York, April 16-22, 1998
231-20a2004ConstructionSurvey Report: Control Technology Evalution for Controlling Worker Exposure to Asphalt Fumes from Roofing Kettles: Kettle Operated Using an Afterburner System at Nicholes Elementary School, San Antonio, Texas, November 26 -December 1, 2001
231-19a2004ConstructionSurvey Report: Control Technology Evalution for Controlling Worker Exposure to Asphalt Fumes from Roofing Kettles: Kettle Operated Using an Afterburner System at Glenwood Elementary School, San Rafael, California, July 16-25, 2002
231-18a2004ConstructionSurvey Report: Control Technology Evalution for Controlling Worker Exposure to Asphalt Fumes from Roofing Kettles: Kettle Operated Using an Afterburner System at Carroll Bell Elementary School, San Antonio, Texas, December 14, 17-18, 2001
231-17a2004ConstructionSurvey Report: Control Technology Evalution for Controlling Worker Exposure to Asphalt Fumes from Roofing Kettles: Kettle Operated Using an Afterburner System at Tampa Bay Technical High School, Tampa, Florida, and West Park Village at West Chase, Tampa,
231-16a2004ConstructionSurvey Report: Control Technology Evalution for Controlling Worker Exposure to Asphalt Fumes from Roofing Kettles: Kettle Operated Using an Afterburner System at 5900 Broadway, San Antonio, Texas, August 30-31, 2000
231-15a2004ConstructionSurvey Report: Control Technology Evalution for Controlling Worker Exposure to Asphalt Fumes from Roofing Kettles: Kettle Operated Using an Afterburner System at Jo and George Marti Elementary School, Cleburne, Texas, February 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, and 19, 20
231-13a2003ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Evaluation for Controlling Worker Exposure to Asphalt Fumes from Roofing Kettles: Kettle Operated Using Low Fuming Asphalt at Blue Valley West High School, Stilwell, Kansas, January 23-25, 2001
231-12b2001ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Evaluation for Controlling Worker Exposure to Asphalt Fumes from Roofing Kettles: Kettle Operated Using Low Fuming Asphalt at Raytheon Corporation, Fort Wayne, Indiana, September 18-21, 2000.
231-11b2001ConstructionSurvey Report: Control Technology Evaluation For Controlling Worker Exposure To Asphalt Fumes From Roofing Kettles: Kettle Operated Using Low Fuming Asphalt
231-11a1998ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Controlling Worker Exposure to Asphalt Fumes from Roofing Kettles: Kettle Operated Using the FRS-6000TM Filtration Unit at Dana Corporation, Columbus, Ohio, March 23-27, 1998
229-18b2000ManufacturingInterim Survey Report: Recommendations for Ergonomics Interventions for Ship Repair Processes at Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation, Seattle, Washington, April 12-13, 2000
229-18a2001ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Pre-Intervention Quantitative Risk Factor Analysis For Ship Repair Processes
229-17b2000ManufacturingInterim Survey Report: Recommendations for Ergonomics Interventions for Ship Recycling and Repair Processes at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, October 20-21, 1999
229-15b2000ManufacturingInterim Survey Report: Recommendations for Ergonomics Interventions for Ship Construction Processes at Litton Ingalls Shipbuilding Shipyard, Pascagoula, Mississippi, March 20-21, 2000
229-13b2000ManufacturingInterim Survey Report: Recommendations for Ergonomics Interventions for Ship Construction Processes at Bath Iron Works Corporation Shipyard, Bath, Maine, April 17-19, 2000
229-12b2000ManufacturingInterim Survey Report: Recommendations for Ergonomics Interventions for Ship Construction Processes at Halter Moss Point Shipyard, Moss Point, Mississippi, November 29-30, 1999
229-11c2000ManufacturingInterim Survey Report: Recommendations for Ergonomics Engineering Interventions for Ship Construction Processes at Jeffboat LLC, Jeffersonville, Indiana, November 9-10, 1999
229-11b1999ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: The Effect of Weld Process and Ventilation Method on Physical Work Load, Weld Fume Exposure, and Weld Performance in a Confined-Space Welding Task at Jeffboat Shipyard, American Commercial Barge Lines (ACBL), Jeffersonville, Indian
229-11a2000ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Pre-Intervention Quantitative Risk Factor Analysis For Ship Construction Processes
226-12a2002ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Dust in a Textile Dyeing Transfer Operation at Logisco Corporation, Charlotte, North Carolina, July 11, 2001
226-112000ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Dust in a Textile Dyeing Operation at Multicolor Industries, Inc., Brooklyn, New York, February and September 1999
223-18a2000Agriculture, Forestry, and FishingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology For Environmental Enclosures An Evaluation of In-Use Enclosures
223-17a2000Agriculture, Forestry, and FishingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Environmental Enclosures - An Evaluation of In-Use Enclosures at Sun Pacific, Bakersfield, California, October 27, 1999
223-16a2000Agriculture, Forestry, and FishingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Environmental Enclosures: An Evaluation of In-Use Enclosures at San Joaquin Helicopter Company, Delano, California, September 20-22 and October 26-28, 1999
223-15a1999MiningIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Environmental Enclosures - The Effect of Wind Speed Upon Aerosol Penetration into an Enclosure at Clean Air Filter, Defiance, Iowa, August 3-7 and October 19-23, 1998
223-13a1997Agriculture, Forestry, and FishingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Agricultural Environmental Enclosures at John Deere Manufacturing Co., Inc., Waterloo, Iowa, April 15-19 and August 5-9, 1996
223-11b1997Agriculture, Forestry, and FishingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Agricultural Environmental Enclosures at Nelson Manufacturing Co., Inc., Yuba City, California, October 9-11, 1996
223-05iAgriculture, Forestry, and FishingAn Environmental Tractor Cab System Integrity Test
218-15a2005ManufacturingComparison of Mist Generation Rates for an Experimental Metal Removal Fluid with a Baseline Fluid During Milling and Turning Operations, November 2005
218-13a1997ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Characterization of Metalworking Mists During the Evaluation of a Commercial Air Cleaner at Sauer-Sundstrand Company, LaSalle, Illinois, March 4-5, 1997
218-12a1997ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Concentration of Metalworking Mists Before and After Installation of a Commercial Air Cleaner at Sauer-Sundstrand Company, Ames, Iowa, June 8-14, 1995; August 1-3, 1995; and August 19-22, 1996
218-11a1996ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Characterization of Metalworking Mists During the Evaluation of a Commercial Air Cleaner at Sauer Sundstrand, Ames, Iowa, June 8-14 and August 1-3, 1995
218-05r2001ManufacturingAn Experimental Study Of Filter Loading With Liquid Aerosols
214-15a1998ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Assessment for the Welding Operations at Vermeer Manufacturing, Pella, Iowa, January 13-17, 1997
214-13a1997ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Assessment for the Welding Operations at Boilermaker's National Apprenticeship Training School, Kansas City, Kansas, April 22-26, 1996
214-12a1996ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Assessment for the Welding Operations at United Air Specialists, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio, September 28, October 18, and November 8, 1995, and January 31, 1996
214-11a1996ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Assessment for the Welding Operations at Cleveland Range, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, August 1-3, 1995
212-15a1994Healthcare and Social AssistanceWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Negative Pressure Rooms
212-14a1994Healthcare and Social AssistanceWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Negative Pressure Rooms
212-13a1994Healthcare and Social AssistanceWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Negative Pressure Rooms
212-12a1994Healthcare and Social AssistanceWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Negative Pressure Rooms
212-11a1994Healthcare and Social AssistanceWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Negative Pressure Rooms
210-11a1995MiningIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Comparative Evaluation of Rock-Drilling Rigs at Trumont Quarry, Hopkinton, Massachusetts, August 21-26, 1994
208-23a2000ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Field Evaluation of Dynapac Engineering Controls Designed to Reduce Occupational Exposures During Asphalt Paving Operations at San Antonio, Texas, April 28 - May 2, 1998
208-22a2000ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Field Evaluation of Roadtec Engineering Controls Designed to Reduce Occupational Exposures During Asphalt Paving Operations at Calhoun, Georgia, November 4-7, 1996
208-21a2000ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Field Evaluation of Caterpillar Engineering Controls Designed to Reduce Occupational Exposures During Asphalt Paving Operations at New Orleans, Louisiana, September 9-13, 1996
208-20a2000ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Field Evaluation of Champion Engineering Controls Designed to Reduce Occupational Exposures During Asphalt Paving Operations at Ridgland, South Carolina, December 9-14, 1996
208-19a2000ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Field Evaluation of Blaw-Knox Engineering Controls Designed to Reduce Occupational Exposures During Asphalt Paving Operations at Shiawassee County, Michigan, July 16-21, 1996
208-18a2000ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Field Evaluation of Cedarapids Engineering Controls Designed to Reduce Occupational Exposures During Asphalt Paving Operations at Tippecanoe County, Indiana, June 17-21, 1996
208-17a1999ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: A Laboratory Evaluation of Prototype Engineering Controls Designed to Reduce Occupational Exposures During Asphalt Paving Operations at Dynapac Compaction and Paving, Selma, Texas, August 12-13, 1997
208-16a1999ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: A Laboratory Evaluation of Prototype Engineering Controls Designed to Reduce Occupational Exposures During Asphalt Paving Operations at Caterpillar Paving Products (Barber-Greene), DeKalb, Illinois, March 12-15, 1996
208-15a1999ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: A Laboratory Evaluation of Prototype Engineering Controls Designed to Reduce Occupational Exposures During Asphalt Paving Operations at Champion Road Machinery, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, November 6-9, 1995
208-14a1999ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: A Laboratory Evaluation of Prototype Engineering Controls Designed to Reduce Occupational Exposures During Asphalt Paving Operations at Blaw Knox Construction Equipment Corporation, Mattoon, Illinois, July 5-7, 1995
208-13a1999ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: A Laboratory Evaluation of Prototype Engineering Controls Designed to Reduce Occupational Exposures During Asphalt Paving Operations at Roadtec Incorporated, Chattanooga, Tennessee, June 5-7, 1995
208-12a1999ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: A Laboratory Evaluation of Prototype Engineering Controls Designed to Reduce Occupational Exposures During Asphalt Paving Operations at Cedarapids Incorporated, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, April 26-28, 1995
208-11a1995ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: A Laboratory Comparison of Conventional Drywall Sanding Techniques Versus Commercially Available Controls at the Seattle-Area Apprenticeship Training Facility, the International Brotherhood of Painters and Allied Trades, Seattle, W
207-111997Healthcare and Social AssistanceRecommendations for Preventing the Transmission of Mycobacterium tuberculosis at Chiang Rai Hospital, Thailand, 1997
205-13a1997ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Airborne Solvents in a Small Offset Print Shop at Express Service Printing, Indianapolis, Indiana, August 9-11 and September 13-15, 1995
205-12a1996ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Airborne Solvents in a Small Offset Printing Shop at Economy Printing, Parchment, Michigan, May 8-10 and 22-24, 1995
202-15b1996ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Metal Reclamation Industries at East Penn Manufacturing Company Inc., Lyon Station, Pennsylvania, December 12-16, 1994
202-15a1994ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Metal Reclamation Industries
202-14a1994ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Metal Reclamation Industries
202-13a1994ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Metal Reclamation Industries
202-12a1993ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Metal Reclamation Industries
202-11a1993ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Metal Reclamation Industries
201-19a1995ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Perchloroethylene Exposures and Ergonomic Risk Factors in Commercial Dry Cleaners at Tuchman Cleaners Shop 24, Carmel, Indiana, September 6-9, 1994
201-18a1995ServicesIn-depth survey report: chemical exposures and fire safety in commercial dry cleaners at A-One Cleaners, Cincinnati, Ohio January 23 – 27, 1995
201-17a1995ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Perchloroethylene Exposures in Commercial Dry Cleaners at Tuchman Cleaners Shop 27, Fishers, Indiana, May 9-12, 1994
201-16a1995ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Perchloroethylene Exposures in Commercial Dry Cleaners at Brown's Cleaners, Santa Monica, California, August 15-18, 1994
201-15a1995ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Perchloroethylene Exposures in Commercial Dry Cleaners at Appearance Plus Cleaners, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 30-31, 1994
201-14a1993ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: Perchloroethylene Exposures In Commercial Dry Cleaners
201-13b1995ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Exposures During the Spotting Procedure in a Commercial Dry Cleaner at Widmer's Dry Cleaning, Cincinnati, Ohio, August 29-31, 1994
201-13a1993ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: Perchloroethylene Exposures In Commercial Dry Cleaners
201-12a1993ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: Perchloroethylene Exposures In Commercial Dry Cleaners
201-11a1993ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: Perchloroethylene Exposures And Ergonomic Hazards In Commercial Dry Cleaners
198-14b1994ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Mine Assay Laboratories at Skyline Laboratories, Inc., Wheat Ridge, Colorado, December 14-16, 1993
198-14a1994ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Mine Assay Laboratories
198-13a1994ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Mine Assay Laboratories
198-12a1993ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Mine Assay Laboratories
198-11b1994ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Mine Assay Laboratories at Pinson Mine, Winnemucca, Nevada, March 9-11, 1993
198-11a1993ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Mine Assay Laboratories
197-14a1995ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Manual Dye Weigh-Out Operations at Multi Color Industries Inc., Brooklyn, New York, July 26-27, August 22-26, and October 17-21, 1994
197-13a1994ManufacturingSurvey Report: Control Technology for Manual Powder Weigh-Out Operations at Merck and Company, Wilson, North Carolina, June 7-8, 1994
197-12a1993ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology For Manual Dye Weigh-Out Operations
197-11a1993ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Manual Dye Weigh-Out Operations at The Glidden Company, Huron, Ohio, January 26-29, 1993
183-221999ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of an Automated Abrasive Blasting Machine at Marystown Shipyard, Marystown, Newfoundland, Canada, September 16-17, 1997
183-17a1999ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Removing Lead-Based Paint from Steel Structures: Chemical Stripping at Columbus, Ohio Bridge, Finishes, Inc., Columbus, Ohio, April 20, 21, 25, and June 21, 1994
183-16a1995ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Removing Lead-Based Paint from Steel Structures: Power Tool Cleaning at Muskingum County, Ohio, Bridge MUS-555-0567 and MUS-60-3360, Olympic Painting Company, Inc., Youngstown, Ohio, September 16-17, 1993
183-15a1994ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Removing Lead-Based Paint from Steel Structures: Chemical Stripping Using Caustic (Peel Away ST-1) at Williams Pipeline Terminal and Station, Marshall, Minnesota, September 8-11, 1992
183-14a1994ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Removing Lead-Based Paint from Steel Structures: Abrasive Blasting Inside Two Ventilated Containment Systems at Bridge Street and Shribner Street Overpass, Seaway Painting Company, Inc., Grand Rapids, Michiga
183-13a1993ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Removing Lead-Based Paint From Steel Structures: Abrasive Blasting Using Staurite XL in Containment at BP Oil Corporation, Lima, Ohio, September 23-25, 1992
183-12a1993ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Removing Lead-Based Paint from Steel Structures: Abrasive Blasting Using Steel Grit with Recycling at I-75 Bridge (Project 255-92) Corcon, Inc., Dayton, Ohio, July 22 and August 1, 6, 1992
181-12a1994ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Ergonomic Interventions for the Soft Drink Beverage Delivery Industry at Pepsi-Cola Company, Dayton, Ohio, February 2, 1993 - May 6, 1993
181-11a1992ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: Ergonomic Interventions For The Beverage Delivery Industry
179-21a1994ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Spray Gun Technology for Occupational Exposure to Auto Paint Shop Hazards at DeVilbiss Automotive Refinishing Products, Maumee, Ohio, September 14-19, 1992, and July 6-8, 1993
179-18a1993ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Autobody Report and Painting Shops at Team Chevrolet, Colorado Springs, Colorado, December 8-11, 1992
179-17a1999ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Autobody Repair Shops: Small Parts Painting in a Downdraft Booth at BASF Corporation, Whitehouse, Ohio, September 23-26, 1997; December 11-12, 1997; and January 14-17, 1998
179-16a1993ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Autobody Repair and Painting Shops at Cincinnati Collision Autobody Shop, Blue Ash, Ohio, July 27-30, 1992
179-15a1993ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Autobody Repair and Painting Shops at Jeff Wyler Autobody Shop, Batavia, Ohio, June 16-19, and July 21, 1992
179-14a1993ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Autobody Repair and Painting Shops at Valley Paint and Body Shop, Amelia, Ohio, May 6, 11-15, June 8, and October 15, 1992
179-13a1993ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Autobody Repair and Painting Shops at Blue Ash Autobody Shop, Blue Ash, Ohio
179-12a1992ServicesControl Technology For Autobody Repair And Painting Shops
179-11a1992ServicesSurvey Report: Control Technology for Autobody Repair and Painting Shops at Church Brother's Collision Repair, Greenwood, Indiana, October 10-11, 1991
173-04b1990ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of a Ventilation System to Control Formaldehyde During Embalming at Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 13-15 and April 20-22, 1987
172-14a1991ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Small Business: Evaluation of Flexible Duct-Large Hood Ventilation for Radiator Repair at Hensley's Radiator Service, Inc., Charlottesville, Virginia, September 5-6, 1990
172-12a1991ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Small Business: Evaluation of a Ventilated Booth for Radiator Repair at Sims Radiator, Chamblee, Georgia, July 17-19, 1990
172-11a1990ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Small Business: Evaluation of a Flexible Duct Ventilation System for Radiator Repair at A-1 Radiator, Reno, Nevada, June 26-28, 1989
171-38a2006Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesAn Evaluation of Catalytic Emission Controls to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisonings From Houseboat Generator Exhaust, Callville Bay Marina, Boulder City, Nevada, November 16-17, 2005
171-37a2005Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesEvaluation of the Sideswipe™ Exhaust System to Reduce Carbon Monoxide Exposure During Motor Boating and Wake Surfing - Yosemite Lake, Merced, California, August 24-25, 2004
171-36a2005Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesAn Evaluation of Catalytic Emission Controls and Vertical Exhaust Stacks to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisonings from Houseboat Generator Exhaust, September 2005
171-35a2004Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesEvaluation of the "Fresh Air Exhaust (TM)" Sytem to Reduce Carbon Monoxide Exposure During Motor Boating and Wake Surfing, may 24 and 25, 2004
171-34a22004Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesFollow Up Evaluation of Design Changes to a Houseboat Generator Exhaust Stack System, August 27, 2003
171-34a12004Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesAn Evaluation of Factors That Might Influence Exhaust Stack Performance to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisonings from Houseboat Generator Exhaust. August 4-7, 2003
171-33a2004ServicesSurvey Report: Evaluation of an Air Shower for Reducing Exposure to Carbon Monoxide at United States Port of Entry, Calexico, California, July-December 2002
171-32a2003Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesAn Evaluation of Vertical Exhaust Stacks and Aged Production Emission Control Devices to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisonings from Houseboat Generator Exhaust, September 30 to October 3, 2002
171-31a2003Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesCarbon Monoxide Emissions and Exposures on Recreational Boats Under Various Operating Conditions - Lake Norman NC, May 13-16, 2002
171-29a2002Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesAn Evaluation of Side Exhaust and Prototype and Production Emission Control Devices to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisonings from Generator Exhaust on Houseboats, October 29 to Novemeber 1, 2001
171-28a2001Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesIn-Depth Survey Report: Comparison of a Dry Stack with Existing Generator Exhaust Systems for Prevention of Carbon Monoxide Poisonings on Houseboats at Callville Bay Marina, Lake Mead, Nevada, June 18-20, 2001
171-27a2001Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesAn Evaluation of an Emission Control Device, Exhaust Stack, and Interlock to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisonings of Individuals on Houseboats, June 18-21, 2001
171-26a2001Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesAn Evaluation of an Engineering Control to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisonings of Individuals on Houseboats, March 1, 2001
171-25a2001Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesAn Evaluation of an Engineering Control to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisonings of Individuals on Houseboats, February 6-8, 2001
171-22a1994ServicesSentinel Event Notification System for Occupational Risks (SENSOR): In-Depth Survey Report: Control of Ethyl Methacrylate Exposures During the Application of Artificial Fingernails at Moore's University of Hair Design, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 23-26 and Ma
171-21a1993ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of a Ventilation Control for Casting Cleaning in a Foundry at General Castings -- Powers Street Facility, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 12 and May 25, 1993
171-181992ManufacturingAn Evaluation Of Exposure To Fungal Spores And Recommendations For Their Control In A Beet Sugar Refinery (Sensor)
171-17b1990ManufacturingSentinel Event Notification System For Occupational Risks (Sensor): Recommendations For Control Of Silica Exposure
171-17a1989ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology Support For Sensor
171-16a1989ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology Support For Sensor
171-15a1989ManufacturingWalk-Through Survery Report: Conrol Technology Support For Sensor
171-14a1989ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology Support For Sensor
171-13a1988ManufacturingPreliminary Survery Report: Control Technology Support For Sensor
171-12b1989ManufacturingSentinel Event Notification System For Occupational Risks (Sensor): Recommendations For Control Of Silica Exposure
171-12a1988ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology Support For Sensor
171-11c1992ManufacturingSentinel Event Notification System For Occupational Risks (Sensor): Follow-Up Study For Control Of Silica Exposure
171-11b1989ManufacturingSentinel Event Notification System For Occupational Risks (Sensor): Recommendations For Control Of Silica Exposure
171-05vv2007Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesAn Evaluation of Catalytic Emission Controls to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisonings from Houseboat Generator Exhaust, November 28-19, 2006
171-05ee22003Transportation, Warehousing, and UtilitiesCarbon Monoxide Emissions and Exposures on Recreational Boats Under Various Operating Conditions - Lake Mead, NV and Lake Powell AZ, April 22-25, 2002
170-23a2003ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Assisting Furniture Strippers in Reducing the Risks from Methylene Chloride Stripping Formulations at The Strip Joint, Inc., Redondo Beach, California, January 22, 1998, May 20-21, 1998
170-22a2002ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Assisting Furniture Strippers in Reducing the Risk from Methylene Chloride Stripping Formulations at Sunset Strip, Inc., Huntington Beach, California, September 20-22, 1999
170-20a1999ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Assisting Furniture Strippers in Reducing the Risk from Methylene Chloride Stripping Formulations at Los Angeles Stripping and Refinishing Center, Los Angeles, California, January 23, 1998
170-19a1992ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Of Methylene Chloride In Furniture Stripping
170-18a1991ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: The Control of Methylene Chloride in Furniture Stripping at Association for Retarded Citizens, Washington County Chapter, Inc., Meadow Lands, Pennsylvania, January 29-February 1, 1990 and March 12-16, 1990
170-17a1992ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: The Control of Methylene Chloride in Furniture Stripping at The J.M. Murray Center, Inc., Cortland, New York, April 16-20, 1990
170-16b1990ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: The Control of Methylene Chloride in Furniture Stripping at Kwick Kleen Industrial Solvents, Inc., Vicennes, Indiana, July 31-August 2, 1989
170-14a1990ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Of Methylene Chloride In Furniture Stripping
170-13c2000ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Methylene Chloride During Furniture Stripping at Tri-County Furniture Stripping, Cincinnati, Ohio, August 28-29, October 17, and November 25, 1997; March 20, April 2-3, June 2, June 13, June 15, and July 8-9, 1998; and M
170-13b1992ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Methylene Chloride in Furniture Stripping at Tri-County Furniture Stripping and Refinishing, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 11-13, 1991
170-12a1990ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: Conrol Of Methylene Chloride In Furniture Stripping
170-11a1990ServicesPreliminary Survey Report: Control Of Methylene Chloride In Furniture Stripping
169-111988ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Design of Improved Workstations for Handling Dry Chemical Powders at B.F. Goodrich Company, Industrial Plastics Division, Marietta, Ohio, August 10-14 and August 17-21, 1987
167-11b1988ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: High-Velocity Low-Volume Exhaust of Manual Sanding Operations at Navistar, Columbus Plastics Plant, Columbus, Ohio, April 13-15, and April 20-22, 1987
166-12b1990Healthcare and Social AssistanceIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Anesthetic Gases in Dental Operatories at University of California at San Francisco, Oral Surgical Dental Clinic, San Francisco, California, July 25-28, 1988
166-11b1989Healthcare and Social AssistanceIn-Depth Survey Report: Control of Anesthetic Gases in Dental Operatories at Children's Hospital Medical Center, Dental Facility, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 25, 1977, April 21, 1988, and June 15, 1988
163-17a1987ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Gallium Arsenide Processing
163-16a1988ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Gallium Arsenide Processing
163-15b1994ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Gallium Arsenide Processing at Morgan Semiconductor, Garland, Texas, March 23-26, 1987
163-14a1987ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Gallium Arsenide Processing
163-13b1989ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Gallium Arsenide Processing at M/A-COM, Lowell, Massachusetts, June 15-18,1987
163-13a1987ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Gallium Arsenide Processing
163-12a1987ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Gallium Arsenide Processing
156-692003ServicesSurvey Report: Evaluation of Ice Resurfacing Equipment and Ventilation in an Indoor Ice Arena, Lehigh Valley Ice Arena, Whitehall, Pennsylvania, October 17-18, 2002
156-03b1988ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Recommendations for Control of Egg Containing Dusts and Mists at Siouxpreme Egg Products, Sioux Center, Iowa, March 23-26, 1987
155-14a1986ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Filling Of Containers
155-13a1986ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Filling Of Containers
155-12a1986ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Filling Of Containers
154-12b1988ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Falling Solids at Cincinnati Paint and Varnish, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 16, 28, and September 10, 1987
154-11a1989ManufacturingStudy Report: Evaluation Of Dustiness Test Methods And Recommendations For Improved Dust Control
154-101987ManufacturingFinal Report: Control Technology For Falling Solids
152-22b1988ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Brake Drum Service Controls at Cincinnati Gas and Electric Garages, Cincinnati, Evanston, and Monroe, Ohio, and Covington, Kentucky, October 1986 - May 1987
152-21b1987ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Brake Drum Service Controls at Cincinnati Bell Maintenance Facility, Fairfax, Ohio, November 24, 1986-February 5, 1987
152-20b1987ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Brake Drum Service Control at United States Postal Service Vehicle Maintenance Facility, Nashville, Tennessee, October 27-30, 1986
152-19a1987ServicesPreliminary Survey Report: Evaluation Of Brake Drum Service Controls
152-18b1987ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Brake Drum Service Operations at Ohio Department of Transportation, Maintenance Facility, Lebanon, Ohio, July 29-October 3, 1986
152-18a1986ServicesPreliminary Survey Report: Evaluation Of Brake Drum Service Controls
152-171986ServicesPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Brake Lining
152-15a1988ServicesPreliminary Survey Report: Evaluation Of Brake Drum Service Controls
152-14a1985ServicesPreliminary Survey Report: Evaluation Of Brake Drum Service Controls
152-13a1988ServicesPreliminary Survey Report: Evaluation Of Brake Drum Service Controls
152-11b1987ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of Brake Drum Service Controls at United States Postal Service Vehicle Maintenance Facility, Louisville, Kentucky, February 1987
150-11a1985ManufacturingSurvey Report: Control Technology for FRP Tank Manufacture at FMC Corporation, Jonesboro, Arkansas, June 17, 1985
149-33b1985ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Manual Transfer of Chemical Powders at the B.F. Goodrich Company, Marietta, Ohio, December 9-12, 1985
149-311985ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Manual Transfer Of Chemical Powders
149-25a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Manual Transfer Of Chemical Powders
149-24a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Manual Transfer Of Chemical Powders
149-23a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Manual Transfer Of Chemical Powders
149-22a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Manual Transfer Of Chemical Powders
149-21a1984ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Manual Transfer Of Chemical Powders
149-20a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Manual Transfer Of Chemical Powders
149-19a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Manual Transfer Of Chemical Powders
149-18a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Manual Transfer Of Chemical Powders
149-15a1984Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Manual Transfer Of Chemical Powders
148-16a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For New Materials
148-15a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For New Plastics Processes
148-14b1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for New Plastics Processes at Herman Miller Company, Holland, Michigan, May 1, 1984
148-12a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For New Platics Processes
148-11a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For New Plastics Processes
147-22a1991ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of the Custom Fabricated Negative Air Glove Bag During the Removal of Asbestos-Containing Pipe Lagging at The University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, July 26, 1988 and August 21-26, 1988
147-21a1991ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Evaluation of the Aero-Pipe Capsule (Negative Pressure Glove Bag) During the Removal of Asbestos-Containing Pipe Lagging at the Dore and Associates Contracting, Inc., Bay City, Michigan, and at Asbestos Removal Site in Dearborn, Mi
147-19d1987ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Asbestos Removal at Winton Place Elementary School, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 4-July 18, 1985
147-19c1987ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Asbestos Removal at Bloom Middle School, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 4-July 9, 1985
147-19b1987ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Asbestos Removal at Sands Elementary School, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 4-July 10, 1985
147-19a1987ConstructionIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology For Asbestos Removal
147-17a1985ConstructionPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Asbestos Removal Industry
147-16a1985ConstructionPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Asbestos Removal Industry
147-15a1985ConstructionPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Asbestos Removal Industry
147-14a1985ConstructionWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Asbestos Removal Industry
147-13a1985ConstructionWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Asbestos Removal Industry
147-12a1985ConstructionWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Asbestos Removal Industry
147-11a1985ConstructionWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Asbestos Removal Industry
146-18b1985Healthcare and Social AssistanceIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Ethylene Oxide Sterilization in Hospitals at Shriners Hospitals for Crippled Children Burns Institute - Cincinnati Unit, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 18-22, 1985
146-17b1985Healthcare and Social AssistanceIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Ethylene Oxide Sterilization in Hospitals at St. Francis/St. George Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio, January 21-25, 1985
146-16a1985Healthcare and Social AssistancePreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Ethylene Oxide Sterilization In Hospitals
146-15b1985Healthcare and Social AssistanceIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Ethylene Oxide Sterilization in Hospitals at Wooster Community Hospital, Wooster, Ohio, February 4-8, 1985
146-15a1985Healthcare and Social AssistancePreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Ethylene Oxide Sterilization In Hospitals
146-14b1985Healthcare and Social AssistanceIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Ethylene Oxide Sterilization in Hospitals at Euclid General Hospital, Euclid, Ohio, September 24-28, 1984
146-14a1984Healthcare and Social AssistancePreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Ethylene Oxide Sterilization In Hospitals
146-13b1985Healthcare and Social AssistanceIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Ethylene Oxide Sterilization in Hospitals at Bronson Methodist Hospital, Kalamazoo, Michigan, February 25 - March 1, 1985
146-13a1984Healthcare and Social AssistancePreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Ethylene Oxide Sterilization In Hospitals
146-12c1986Healthcare and Social AssistanceIn-Depth Survey Report: Modified Control Technology for Ethylene Oxide Sterilization in Hospitals at Community MedCenter Hospital, Marion, Ohio, October 7-11, 1985
146-12b1985Healthcare and Social AssistanceIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Ethylene Oxide Sterilization in Hospitals at Community Medcenter Hospital, Marion, Ohio, October 29-November 2, 1984
146-11b1985Healthcare and Social AssistanceIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Ethylene Oxide Sterilization in Hospitals at Bethesda Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 11-15, 1984
145-21a1983ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Airline Maintenance Facility At: United Airlines Maintenance Facility San Francisco, California
145-20a1983ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: HVLV Control Technology For Aircraft Radome And Canopy Repair At: Naval Air Rework Facility Alameda Naval Air Station Alameda, California
145-19a1984ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: HVLV Control Technology For Welding Gun At: Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation Drainage Products Operations Sacramento, California 95838
145-17a1983ServicesWalk-Through Survey Report: HVLV Control Technology For Auto Body Shop Sanding At: Kay Parks Autobody Rebuild Inc. Tacoma, Washington
145-16a1983ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: HVLV Control Technology For Graphite Composite Trimming At: Boeing Commercial Airplane Company Fabrication Division Auburn, Washington
145-15a1983ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: HVLV Control Technology For Machining And Sanding At: Kenworth Truck Company Seattle, Washington
145-12a1983ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Grinding And Cutting At Fairchild Republic Co. Farmingdale, New York
144-22b1985ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Weighing and Batching at BF Goodrich Company, Akron, Ohio, October 15-18, 1984
144-21a1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Macawber Engineering, Inc., Maryville, Tennessee, April 10-11, 1984
144-201984ManufacturinWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Solid Materials Handling At GNB Batteries St. Paul, Minnesota
144-191983ManufacturingAn Evaluation Of Control Technology For Bag Opening, Emptying And Disposal - "The Self Contained Filter/Bag Dump Station" Manufactured By The Young Industries Inc., Muncy, Pa. 17756
144-18b1985ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology of Solid Material Handling, Phase I - Bag Opening, Emptying, and Disposal at Rohm and Haas Delaware Valley, Inc.-Bristol Plant, Bristol, Pennsylvania, June 4-7, 1984
144-181984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Of Control Technology Assessment Of Solid Materials Handling, Phase I Bag Opening, Emptying, And Disposal
144-161983ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Bag Opening, Emptying, And Disposal
144-15b1983ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Richard Klinger Company, Sidney, Ohio, August 1-4, 1983
144-14b1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Solids Material Handling at General Motors Corporation Inland Division, Vandalia, Ohio, November 16-17 and November 28-December 1, 1983
144-131984ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Bag Opening, Emptying, And Disposal
144-11b1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Solid Materials Handling Project at 3M Company, Grove City, Ohio, July 24-27 and November 7-11, 1983
143-19a1983Healthcare and Social AssistanceControl Technology Feasibility Study: The Use of Engineering Controls in Hospitals. Preliminary Survey Report of St. Francis - St. George Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 11, 1983
143-12a1983Healthcare and Social AssistanceControl Technology Feasibility Study: The Use of Engineering Controls in Hospitals. Preliminary Survey Report of Veteran's Administration Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 29, 1982
129-19a1980ManufacturingPesticides Engineering Control Technology Assessment Survey, Plant M-5 at Stauffer Chemical, San Gabriel, Lousiana, December 1979
129-16a1980ManufacturingPesticides Engineering Control Technology Assessment Survey, Plant J-1 at Rohm and Haas, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 14-18, 1979
129-14a1980ManufacturingPesticides Engineering Control Technology Assessment Survey, Union Carbide, Plant E-2, Woodbine, Georgia, January 1978
120-13a1981ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Silica Flour Dust During Packing, Transfer and Shipping at Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corporation, Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, July 15-16, 1980
120-12a1981ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Silica Flour Dust During Packing, Transfer and Shipping at the Central Silica Company (Glass Rock Plant), Glass Rock, Ohio, August 5-6, 1980
120-11a1981ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Silica Flour Dust During Packing, Transfer and Shipping at Ottawa Silica Company, Ottawa, Illinois, June 17-19, 1980
119-31a1982Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-30aTransportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-29a1982Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-28a1982Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-27a1982Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-26a1982Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-24a1982Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-23a1982Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-22a1982Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-21a1982Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-20a1982Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-19a1982Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-18a1982Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-17a1981Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-15a1980Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-14a1980Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-12a1981Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
119-11a1982Transportation, Warehousing and UtilitiesControl Technology Assessment For Coal Gasification And Liquefaction Processes
116-19b1986ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Assessment of Enzyme Fermentation Processes at Gist-Brocades USA, Inc., Kingstree, South Carolina, June 24-July 3, 1985
116-19a1984ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Fermentation Processes At Gist-Brocades USA, Inc. Kingstree, South Carolina
116-18a1985ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Fermentation Processes At Wyeth Laboratories, Inc. West Chester, Pennsylvania
116-16b1986ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Assessment of Enzyme Fermentation Processes at Miles Laboratories, Inc., Elkhart, Indiana, November 18-22, 1985
116-16a1984ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Fermentation Processes At Miles Laboratories, Inc. Elkhart, Indiana
116-15b1986ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Assessment Of Enzyme Fermentation Processes At Novo Biochemical Industries, Inc. Franklinton, North Carolina
116-15a1986Manufacturing In-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Assessment of Enzyme Fermentation Processes at Novo Biochemical Industries, Inc., Franklinton, North Carolina, September 9-16, 1986
116-14a1983ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Fermentation Processes At Genencor, Inc. Bristol, Pennsylvania
116-13a1982ManufacturingControl Technology Assessment Of Fermentation Processes Walk-Through Survey Report Of Schoenling Brewery Company Cincinnati, Ohio
116-041987ManufacturingEmission Characteristics Of The Evaporative Pattern Casting Process
115-28a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Survey on Rockwell International Corporation Electronic Devices Division Newport Beach, California
115-26a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Survey on Micro Power Systems, Inc. Santa Clara, California
115-24b1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for the Microelectronics Industry at NEC Electronics USA, Mountain View, California, April 11-13, 1983
115-231983ManufacturingPreliminary Conrol Technology Survey on Comdial Semiconductor, Inc. 1230 Bordeaux Drive Sunnyvale, California 94086
115-20b1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for the Microelectronics Industry at Fairchild Semiconductor, South Portland, Maine, July 26-August 3, 1982
115-19a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Survey on Datel-Intersil Corporation Mansfield, Massachusetts
115-17a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report on Control Technology For Integrated Circuit Fabrication at Honeywell Optoelectronics Division Richardson, Texas
115-16b1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for the Microelectronics Industry at United Technologies Corporation's Mostek Facility, Carrollton, Texas, December 7-10, 1983
115-16a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Survey Report United Technologies Mostek 1215 West Crosby Carrollton, Texas 75006
115-14a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Survey of Motorola, Inc. 5005 East McDowell Road Phoenix, Arizona 85008
115-12b1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Microelectronics Industry at Xerox Corporation Microelectronics Center, El Segundo, California, November 15-18, 1982
114-22a1981ManufacturingPreliminary Plant Visit Industrial Hygiene Report
114-21a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Plant Visit Industrial Hygiene Report
114-20b1983ManufacturingDetailed Industrial Hygiene Survey Formaldehyde Production: E.I. DuPont DeNemours and Co., Grasselli Plant, Linden, New Jersey, October 25-29, 1982 and June 13-16, 1983
114-20a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Plant Visit Industrial Hygiene Report
114-19b1983ManufacturingDetailed Industrial Hygiene Survey Formaldehyde Production: Celanese Chemical Company, Inc., Bishop, Texas, October 11-15, 1982
114-17a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Plant Visit Industrial Hygiene Report
114-16a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Plant Visit Industrial Hygiene Report
114-15b1983ManufacturingProduction, Georgia-Pacific Corporation, Albany, Oregon, July 19-23, 1982
114-14b1983ManufacturingProduction, Reichhold Chemicals, Inc., Hampton, South Carolina, August 24-27, 1982
114-041984ManufacturingA Survey of Health Hazard Control Systems for Formaldehyde Production Facilities
113-14a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Solid Material Sampling Operations At Cabot Berylco Beryllium Alloy Plant Reading, Pennsylvania
112-24a1982MiningWalk-Thru Survey Report Of Moly Corp's Mountain Pass Operation At Mountain Pass, California
112-23b1983ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Bag Filling Operations at Manville Products Corporation, Lompac, California, January 18-21, 1983
112-22a1982ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report At Minerals Division/Grefco, Inc. Lompoc, California
112-21b1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Bag Filling Operations at Union Carbide Corporation, King City, California, January 24-28, 1983
112-21a1982ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report At Union Carbide Corporation King City, California
112-17a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Site Survey Report On Frit Bagging Operation At Chi-Vit Corporation Urbana, Ohio
112-15a1982ManufacturingWalk-Thru Survey Report Of The Hammond Lead Products Inc. Lead Pigments And Chemicals At Hammond, Indiana
112-14a1982ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report Of The Bagging Operation At Tennessee Valley Authority's National Fertilizer Development Center Muscle Shoals, Alabama
112-13b1983ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for a Dry Chemical Bagging and Filling Operation at Monsanto (Monsanto Agricultural Products Company), Muscatine, Iowa, May 19-20, 1982
112-13a1981ManufacturingWalk Through Survey Report Of The Pesticide/Herbicide Bagging Operation At Monsanto Agricultural Products Company, An Operating Unit Of Monsanto Company At Muscatine, Iowa
112-11a1981ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report Of The Talc Bagging Operation At Cyprus Industrial Minerals Company Three Forks, Montana
111-16a1981MiningPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of Day Mines, Inc. Leadville, Colorado
111-15a1981MiningPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of Standard Metals Corporation Silverton, Colorado
111-14a1981MiningPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of Ozark Lead Company Sweetwater, Missouri
111-13b1982MiningIn-Depth Survey Report: Amax Lead Company of Missouri, Buick, Missouri, February 15-17, 1982
111-13a1981MiningPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of Amax Lead Company of Missouri Buick, Missouri
111-12b1982MiningIn-Depth Survey Report: Cominco American, Inc., Bixby, Missouri, February 11-12, 1982
111-12a1981MiningPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of Cominco American, Inc. Bixby, Missouri
111-11b1982MiningIn-Depth Survey Report: St. Joe Minerals Corporation, Viburnbum, Missouri, February 9-10, 1982
110-30a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of Stark Ceramics Inc. Canton, Ohio
110-29a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For The Ceramics Industry At Ohio Brass Company Barberton, Ohio
110-28a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For The Ceramics Industry At American Standard Corporation Wauregan, Connecticut
110-27a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For The Ceramic Industry At Acme Brick Company Malvern, Arkansas
110-26a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For The Ceramic Industry At Oklahoma Brick Corporation Muskogee, Oklahoma
110-25b1983ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for the Ceramics Industry at American Olean Tile Company, Jackson, Tennessee, April 26-28, 1983
110-25a1983ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For The Ceramic Industry At American Olean Tile Company Jackson, Tennessee
110-24b1983ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for the Ceramics Industry at American Olean Tile Company, Lewisport, Kentucky, November 15-17, 1982
110-24a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of American Olean Tile Company Lewisport and Cloverport, Kentucky
110-23a1983ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For The Ceramic Industry At Can-Clay Corporation Cannelton, Indiana
110-21a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of Whitacre-Greer Fireproofing Company Waynesburg, Ohio
110-20a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of Crane Company Ferguson, Kentucky
110-17a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of Louisville Fire Brick Company Grahn, Kentucky
110-16a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of Mansfield Sanitary, Incorporated Perrysville, Ohio
110-15a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of The Belden Brick Company Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681
110-14a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of The Cambridge Tile Manufacturing Company Cincinnati, Ohio
110-13a1981ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of Didier Taylor Refractories Corporation South Port, Kentucky
110-12b1983ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for the Ceramics Industry at Didier Taylor Refractories Corporation, Newtown, Ohio, July 13-15, 1982
110-12a1981ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report Didier Taylor Refractories Corporation Plant Newtown, Ohio
110-11a1981ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report The Hall China Company East Liverpool, Ohio
110-04b1984ManufacturingAssessment Of Dust Control Technology For Selected Ceramic Production Processes
110-041984ManufacturingAssessment Of Dust Control Technology For Selected Ceramic Production Processes
109-34a1982ManufacturingMercury Control Technology Assessment Study
109-33a1982ManufacturingMercury Control Technology Assessment Study
109-32a1982ManufacturingMercury Control Technology Assessment Study
109-31b1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Mercury Control Technology Assessment Study at Wiring Devices of Puerto Rico, Ponce, Puerto Rico, March 16-18, 1982
109-30a1982ManufacturingMercury Control Technology Assessment Study
109-29b1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Mercury Control Technology Assessment Study at D.F. Goldsmith Chemical and Metal Corporation, Evanston, Illinois, May 4-6, 1982
109-28a1982ManufacturingMercury Control Technology Assessment Study
109-27a1982ManufacturingMercury Control Technology Assessment Study
109-26a1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Mercury Control Technology Assessment Study at International Minerals and Chemicals Corp., Chemicals Group, Orrington, Maine, March 25-26, 1982
109-25a1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Mercury Control Technology Assessment Study at McDermitt Mine, McDermitt, Nevada, February 9-10, 1982
109-24b1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Mercury Control Technology Assessment Study at Oak-Mitsui Corporation, Hoosick Falls, New York, February 17-18, 1982
109-23b1982Healthcare and Social AssistanceIn-Depth Survey Report: Mercury Control Technology Assessment Study at Veterans Administration Medical Center Dental Services Clinic, Salt Lake City, Utah, January 11-12, 1982
109-22a1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Mercury Control Technology Assessment Study at North American Philips Lighting Company, Lynn, Massachusetts, April 13-15, 1982
109-21a1982ManufacturingMercury Control Technology Assessment Study
109-20a1981ManufacturingMercury Control Technology Assessment Study
109-19b1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Mercury Control Technology Assessment Study at Cosan Chemical Corporation, Carlstadt, New Jersey, July 16, 1981 and June 16-17, 1982
109-19a1981ManufacturingMercury Control Technology Assessment Study
109-18a1982ManufacturingMercury Control Technology Assessment Study
109-17b1982Healthcare and Social AssistanceIn-Depth Survey Report: Mercury Control Technology Assessment Study at Louisiana State University, School of Dentistry, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 27-28, 1981
109-16a1981ManufacturingMercury Control Technology Assessment Study
109-15a1981ManufacturingMercury Control Technology Assessment Study
109-14a1982ManufacturingMercury Control Technology Assessment Study
109-13b1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Mercury Control Technology Assessment Study at Sybron/Taylor Medical Products Division, Arden, North Carolina, March 23-24, 1981 and October 20-22, 1981
109-12b1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Mercury Control Technology Assessment Study at Jay Instruments and Specialties Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 4-5, 1981
109-11b1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Mercury Control Technology Assessment Study at Duracell, USA, Lexington, North Carolina, June 22-23, 1982
109-041983ManufacturingA Survey of Health Hazard Control Systems for Mercury Use and Processing
108-27b1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Formaldehyde Emissions at Dixie Furniture Plant, Lexington, North Carolina, November 15-19, 1982
108-26a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Formaldehyde Emissions At Baker Furniture Company Mocksville, North Carolina
108-25a1983ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Adhesives At National Veneer Plant Broyhill Furniture Industries, Inc. Lenoir, North Carolina
108-24a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Formaldehyde Emissions At Drexel Heritage Plant 60 Morganton, North Carolina
108-23a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Formaldehyde Emissions At Hoosier Panel New Albany, Indiana
108-22a1983ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Adhesive Use At Drew Shoe Plant Lancaster, Ohio
108-21a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Converse Shoe Plant Lumberton, North Carolina
108-20a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Lockheed Corporation California Division Burbank, California
108-19a1981ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Particleboard and Plywood Plants Springfield Wood Products Facility Weyerhaeuser, Inc. Springfield, Oregon
108-18a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Fiberboard Plant Medford Corporation Medford, Oregon
108-17a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Particleboard Plant Timber Products Company Medford, Oregon
108-16a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Chrysler Corporation Adhesive Operations: Eldon Axle Plant Sterling Stamping Plant Jefferson Ave Assembly Plant
108-15a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Steelcase, Incorporated Grand Rapids, Michigan
108-14a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Bell Helicopter Textron Plant 1 Fort Worth, Texas
108-13b1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Formaldehyde Emissions at Hillcrest Veneer Plant, High Point, North Carolina, September 20-24, 1982
108-13a1981ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Hillcrest Veneer Plant Burlington Furniture Industries, Inc. High Point, North Carolina
108-12a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Karastan Rug Mill Fieldcrest Mills, Inc. Eden, North Carolina
108-11a1981ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Monsanto Plastics and Resins Company Phenol/Formaldehyde Resin Facility Port Plastics Plant River Road Addyston, Ohio
107-22a1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Fiber Reinforced Plastics Industry at AMF Hatteras Yachts, New Bern Division, New Bern, California, September 9, 1983
107-17b1983ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Fiber Reinforced Plastics Industry at Philips Industries Incorporated, Lasco Division, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, June 15, 1983
107-14b1983ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Viking Yacht Company, New Gretna, New Jersey, July 12-16, 1982
107-13b1983ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Hatteras Yachts, Highpoint, North Carolina, September 7-9, 1982
107-12a1982ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Of Pearson Yachts Company Portsmouth, Rhode Island
107-11b1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Glas Ply Boat Company, Marysville, Washington, November 30-December 3, 1981
107-061984ManufacturingControl Of Styrene Vapor During The Manufacture Of Fiber-Reinforced Plastics Small Parts
106-20a1981ServicesPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of Advance Plating Company Ft. Worth, Texas
106-19a1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: U.S. Chrome, Fond DuLac, Wisconsin, September 14-17, 1981
106-18b1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Trans World Airlines Maintenance Facility, Kansas City, Missouri, October 27-29, 1981
106-18a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of TWA Maintenance Facility Kansas City, Missouri
106-17b1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: American Airlines Plating Facility, Tulsa, Oklahoma, December 7-10, 1981
106-17a1981ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Plating Shop American Airlines Maintenance and Engineering Center Tulsa International Airport Tulsa, Oklahoma
106-16a1981ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Plating Shop Braniff Airways Love Field Dallas, Texas
106-15a1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Valley Chrome Platers, Bay City, Michigan, April 27-May 1, 1981
106-14b1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Electrocoatings, Houston, Texas, August 11-13, 1981
106-14a1981ManufacturingPreliminary Control Technology Assessment Of Electro-Coatings, INC. Houston, Texas
106-13a1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Sodus Hardchrome, Inc., Sodus, Michigan, February 10-12, 1981
106-12a1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Greensboro Industrial Plating, Greensboro, North Carolina, January 26-30, 1981
106-11a1982ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Honeywell, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 11-15, 1980
105-13a1983ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Ortho Pharmaceuticals, Raritan, New Jersey, June 13-17, 1983
105-12a1983ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Assessment of Unit Operations Employed in Oral Contraceptive Tablet-Making Operations at Mead Johnson and Company, Evansville, Indiana, February 7-11, 1983
103-21a1982ServicesIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Assessment of Hazardous Waste Disposal Operations in Chemicals Manufacturing at San Juan Cement Company, Dorado, Puerto Rico, November 1981
103-201983ManufacturingControl Technology Assessment Of Hazardous Waste Disposal Operations In Chemicals Manufacturing
103-19b1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Assessment of Hazardous Waste Disposal Operations in Chemicals Manufacturing at Tennessee Eastman Company, Kingsport, Tennessee, November 8-11, 1982
103-19a1984ManufacturingControl Technology Assessment Of Hazardous Waste Disposal Operations In Chemicals Manufacturing
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103-17a1982ManufacturingControl Technology Assessment Of Hazardous Waste Disposal Operations In Chemicals Manufacturing
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103-15b1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Assessment of Hazardous Waste Disposal Operations in Chemicals Manufacturing at E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Company, Chamber Works Incinerator, Deepwater, New Jersey, October 18-21, 1982
103-12a1982ManufacturingControl Technology Assessment Of Hazardous Waste Disposal Operations In Chemicals Manufacturing
103-11b1984ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology Assessment of Hazardous Waste Disposal Operations in Chemicals Manufacturing at 3M Company Chemolite Incinerator, Cottage Grove, Minnesota, September 13-16, 1982
103-11a1982ManufacturingControl Technology Assessment Of Hazardous Waste Disposal Operations In Chemicals Manufacturing
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102-12a1982ManufacturingPreliminary Site Visit Report Cherry Point Refinery Control Technology Assessment Of Petroleum Refinery Operations
101-221984ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Chemical Batch Unit Operations
101-211983ManufacturingWalk-Through Survey Report: Control Technology For Chemical Batch Unit Operations
101-20a1984ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Occupational Hazard Control Options For Chemical Process Unit Operations
101-19a1983ManufacturingPreliminary Survey Report: Control Technology For Chemical Process Unit Operations
101-18b1985ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Control Technology for Chemical Process Unit Operations at ICI Americans Inc., Bayport, Texas, March 19-23, 1984
101-15b1985ManufacturingIn-Depth Survey Report: Occupational Hazard Control Options for Chemical Process Unit Operations at U.S. Steel Corporation, USS Chemicals Division Site, Haverhill, Ohio, June 11-15, 1984
101-14a1982ManufacturingControl Technology Assessment Of Chemical Processes
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