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Report on Noise and Heat Stress Survey 1055 Laidlaw Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Humphreys CM; Conroy WD
NIOSH 1965 Sep:4 pages
Sound pressure level and heat stress measurements are made in a cage washing room at a sanitary engineering company to determine the possible health hazards to workers in the room. Levels of sound pressure and heat stress are found to be below the maximum safe level.
Noise-control; Human-engineering; Thermal-stress; Ventilation; Air-movement; Exposure-limits;
NIOSH, Report No. TR-26, 4 pages
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