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A General Industrial Hygiene Survey of the Government Printing OfficeWashington, D. C.
NIOSH 1967 Apr:0 pages
General industrial hygiene survey conducted in 28 sections of the Government Printing Office to assess the health aspects of the working environment. The results indicate that although a number of potentially hazardous materials are used, the existing controls, procedures and awareness provide a healthful work environment for most of the areas surveyed. Recommendations are made for the control and detection of lead poisoning, noise control, ventilation and air sampling.
Printing-industry; Industrial-hygiene; Noise-control; Preventive-medicine; Accident-prevention; Audiometry; Ventilation-systems; Control-measures; Air-quality-measurements;
NIOSH, National Center for Urban and Industrial Health, Report No. TR-41, 36 references
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