Third and last volume of an industrial hygiene inspection procedure guide presenting data sheets categorized according to the numerical code and definitions of industries presented in the 1972 Standard Industrial Classification Manual. Occupations within a given industry are partially identified by the Dictionary of Occupational Titles Volume II, Occupational Classification. General contaminants are listed on each data sheet in numerical order by the standard four digit NIOSH code system. The main industries covered are: agricultural, forestry and fishing; mining; construction; manufacturing; transportation and utilities; wholesale trade; retail trade; finance, insurance and real estate; and services. Information regarding the potential hazards was derived from numerous literature sources. (Contract No. 099-72-0097)
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