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Physiologic responses to work stress in steelworkers.
Department of Occupational Health, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Terminal Progress Report, 1973 Jan; :1-6
Results are presented of a study to determine: individual and environmental factors underlying physiological strains in industrial workers on hot jobs; criteria for determining excessive strains; and standards for heat exposure in industry. Studies in an open hearth area of a steel plant have yielded heart rate data under high temperatures which are valid indicators of potential excessive strain.
NIOSH-Grant; Physiological-effects; High-temperature; Thermal-stress; Energy-expenditure; Steel-industry
Occupational Health University of Pittsburgh 130 Desoto Street Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Final Grant Report
Department of Occupational Health, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa., Terminal Progress Report, 6 pages, 3 references
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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