Dissemination of asbestos controls to the automotive service industry: final project report on a cooperative agreement between the Ohio Technology Transfer Organization and the National Instititue for Occupational Safety and Health.
NIOSH 1992 Jul; :1-23
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) in 1988 awarded funds, through a cooperative agreement, to the Ohio Technology Transfer Organization (OTTO). The objective of the funded project was twofold: 1. to assist the transfer of information about and promote the use of existing technologies that abate the risk of asbestos dust exposure to mechanics during automotive brake repair, and 2. to demonstrate the use of state-sponsored assistance programs to disseminate control technologies developed by NIOSH.
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