Proceedings of the second engineering control technology workshop, June 1981.
NIOSH 1982 Jun; :1-138
Proceedings of the Second Engineering Control Technology Workshop are reported. Phase 1 of the agenda consists of presentations of accomplishments since the First Engineering Control Technology Workshop, industrial health engineering control technology for practicing engineers, and the current demand for engineers with occupational safety and health training. Phase 2 consists of presentations on an integrated approach to industrial health and safety, industrial hygiene and safety engineering input into new design, interrelationships within the protective engineering disciplines, alternatives for incorporating industrial hygiene engineering and safety engineering into engineering education, and on the economics of injury/illness prevention and the development of technical and financial resources. The responses of four work groups to the Phase 2 presentations are summarized. The four groups identified research, development and demonstration needs, discussed the integration of industrial hygiene engineering and safety engineering into existing engineering practice, examined the education of engineers, and examined financial resources. Recommendations are presented for a Third Engineering Control Technology Workshop.
NIOSH-Author; Safety-research; Safety-measures; Industrial-hygiene; Industrial-safety; Sociological-factors; Work-practices; Environmental-protection
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Division of Training and Manpower Development, NIOSH, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Cincinnati, Ohio, NTIS PB-83-112-755, NIOSH Report No. 80-3794, 138 pages