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Abstract

The aim of the Seminar was to examine the roles of ambient and biological monitoring in protecting the health of workers exposed to toxic agents and to define a multidisciplinary approach to this monitoring. To achieve this aim expertise from the following disciplines, directly or indirectly involved with monitoring, was called upon: medicine, industrial hygiene, nursing, biology, engineering, chemistry, epidemiology, statistics, economics and jurisprudence, and representatives from trade unions, industry and government agencies.

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Authors: BERLIN A CEC LUXEMBOURG YODAIKEN R E O.S.H.A. WASHINGTON (USD) HENMAN B A ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY, LONDON (UK) , CEC LUXEMBOURG;O.S.H.A. WASHINGTON (USD);ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY, LONDON (UK)
Bibliographic Reference: PUBLISHERS GROUP, DORDRECHT, NL, (EUR 8083 E). BOOK: P. 634, HFL 265, 1983. ISBN 0-8983-613-6. PUBL. BY: KLUWER ACADEMIC
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