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Styrene - Environmental Health Criteria 26
Styrene (ethenylbenzene) is a commercially important chemical used in the production of polymers, copolymers, and reinforced plastics. Exposure mainly occurs in industries and operations using styrene, and industrial sources ...
Acrylonitrile - Environmental Health Criteria 28
Acrylonitrile is a colourless, volatile, chemically reactive liquid; it does not occur as a natural product. The monomer is used world-wide, on a large scale, in the manufacture of polymers, fibres, and rubbers and as a ...
Guidelines on Studies in Environmental Epidemiology - Environmental Health Criteria 27
The present monograph should serve as a useful guide to the conduct of epidemiological studies on the effects of non—biological agents on the health of human communities. An epidemiological investigation would involve not ...
Selected Radionuclides - Environmental Health Criteria 25
In this report the more general considerations of environmental behaviour of several radionuclides are discussed, including sources, transport to man and dosimetry. The radionuclides discussed are those most frequently ...
Employers’ Organisations and the Working Environment
The second item on the agenda of the ILO/UNEP Regional Meeting of Employers' Organisations on Environment and Development in Africa is devoted to the working environment. The present document is intended to serve as ...