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Patty's Industrial Hygiene

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Cohrssen, Barbara

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7. Auflage April 2021
1776 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-43802-1
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Patty's Industrial Hygiene has had a reputation for the past 70 years of providing up to date information for the experienced as well as novice industrial hygienist.

The field of IH continues to evolve with personnel working for multinational firms, small consulting firms, or self-employed. Currently, industrial hygienists not only have to worry about occupational health and safety concerns of global workforce which is more diverse, they often provide environmental health information for large companies, as well as large and small government agencies.

In response to these changes, the 7th edition of Patty's Industrial Hygiene has added new industrial hygiene/safety topics and updated existing ones. This new edition addresses the needs brought about by globalization and the need for many professionals to expand their roles. This 7th edition used reviewers from different regions of the world to ensure accuracy, comprehension and completeness of the topics covered by the worldwide contributors, and to cover topics of interest globally. Some of these new topics include robotics, sensors, health and safety issues related to new energy technologies, construction, and cannabis.

Volume 1

CONTRIBUTORS vii

PREFACE ix

USEFUL EQUIVALENTS AND CONVERSION FACTORS xi

PART I INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE 1

Occupational and Industrial Hygiene as a Profession: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow 3
Barbara J. Dawson, Kyle B. Dotson, Faye Grimsley, Thomas Grumbles, Zack Mansdorf, David Roskelley, Jennifer Sahmel, Noel Tresider, and Candace Tsai

Ethics in Industrial Hygiene 19
Nina Townsend, Garrett Brown, and Mark Katchen

Prevention through Design 31
Georgi Popov, Bruce Lyon, and Tsvetan Popov

Risk Communication 51
David M. Zalk

Health Risk Assessment in theWorkplace 67
Chris Laszcz-Davis, Fred W. Boelter, Michael Jayjock, Frank Hearl, Perry Logan, Cristina Ford McLaughlin, Mary V. O'Reilly, R. Thomas Radcliffe Jr., Esquire, and Mark Stenzel

Decision Making in Managing Risk 103
Charles F. Redinger, Fred W. Boelter, Mary V. O'Reilly, John Howard and Glenn J. Barbi

Managing Workplace Demographics 127
John Howard

Mastering Digital Media for Workers, Employers, and Our Community of Practice 139
Max Lum

PART II CHEMICAL AGENTS 159

The History and Biological Basis of Occupational Exposure Limits for Chemical Agents 161
Dennis J. Paustenbach and William D. Cyrs

The Mode of Absorption, Distribution, and Elimination of Toxic Materials 213
Franklin E. Mirer

Symptomatic Responses to Low-Level Occupational and Environmental Exposures 241
Brian Linde and Carrie A. Redlich

Basic Aerosol Science 255
Parker C. Reist and Yifang Zhu

Pulmonary Effects of Inhaled Mineral Dusts 283
David Fishwick and Chris M. Barber

Engineered Nanomaterials 311
Thomas M. Peters and Peter C. Raynor

Gases and Vapors Affecting the Respiratory System 333
Philip Harber, William S. Beckett, and Marion J. Fedoruk

Dermal Effects of Chemical Exposures 361
Katherine J. Allnutt and Rosemary L. Nixon

Analytical Methods 383
Robert G. Lieckfield Jr.

INDEX 401

Volume 2

CONTRIBUTORS vii

PREFACE ix

USEFUL EQUIVALENTS AND CONVERSION FACTORS xi

PART III CHEMICAL EXPOSURE EVALUATION 1

Biological Monitoring of Exposure to Industrial Chemicals 3
Nancy B. Hopf and Silvia Fustinoni

Real-Time Assessment of Air Contaminants Using Video Exposure Monitoring (VEM) Methods and Techniques 65
James D. McGlothlin, Fan Xu, Sandra S. Cole, and Dave Huizen

Computed Tomography in Industrial Hygiene 95
Lori A. Todd

Mathematical Modeling of Indoor Air Contaminant Concentrations 121
Mark Nicas and Thomas W. Armstrong

Sensor 145
Misti L. Zamora, Christopher Zuidema, and Kirsten Koehler

PART IV CHEMICAL EXPOSURE CONTROL 161

Characterizing Air Contaminant Emission Sources 163
D. Jeff Burton, Robert L. Harris, and Earl W. Arp

Engineering Control of Airborne Contaminants: History, Philosophy, and the Development of Primary Approaches 177
D. Jeff Burton and William A. Burgess

Industrial Ventilation 199
D. Jeff Burton and Robert D. Soule

Respiratory Protective Equipment 225
Craig E. Colton

Chemical Protective Clothing 251
Krister Forsberg and James P. Zeigler

Control Banding: Background, Evolution, and Application 269
David M. Zalk, Elaine West, and Deborah I. Nelson

Occupational Safety and Health Law 307
John Howard and Steven Smith

INDEX 357

Volume 3

CONTRIBUTORS vii

PREFACE ix

USEFUL EQUIVALENTS AND CONVERSION FACTORS xi

PART V PHYSICAL AGENTS 1

Ionizing Radiation 3
Herman Cember and Thomas E. Johnson

Nonionizing Radiation: Lasers 23
David H. Sliney

Nonionizing Radiation: Broadband Optical 37
Margaret L. Phillips and Allene H. Butler

Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields 63
Kenneth R. Foster and Richard A. Tell

Nonionizing Radiation: Extremely Low Frequency 95
Mona Shum and Jesse Cooper

Noise and Hearing Conservation 107
David C. Byrne and Kevin L. Michael

Physiological Effects of Altered Barometric Pressure 141
Claude A. Piantadosi

Hand-Arm Vibration 163
Christopher M. Nelson

Cold Stress 189
Tiina M. Ikäheimo, Kalev Kuklane, Jouni J.K. Jaakkola, and Ingvar Holmér

Heat Stress 219
Michael D. Larrañaga

Occupational Ergonomics: Past, Present, and Future 261
Susan Kotowski, Kermit Davis, and Amit Bhattacharya

Robotics in the Workplace 287
Frank J. Hearl, Vladimir Murashov, John Howard, Hongwei Hsiao, John Sammarco, Brian Lowe, and George Luxbacher

PART VI BIOLOGICAL AGENTS 303

Occupational Microbiological Biohazards - Exposure, Detection, and Disease 305
Tiina Reponen

Control of Biohazards 343
Nancy C. Burton

Airborne and Emerging Infectious Diseases 369
Augusto Dulanto Chiang and Tara N. Palmore

INDEX 391

Volume 4

CONTRIBUTORS vii

PREFACE ix

USEFUL EQUIVALENTS AND CONVERSION FACTORS xi

PART VII PROGRAM MANAGEMENT 1

Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems 3
Charles F. Redinger, Alan J. Leibowitz, and Victor M. Toy

Sustainability and the Role of the Safety and Health Professional 37
S. Zack Mansdorf

Product Stewardship: A Viable Practice for the Industrial Hygienist 47
Thomas G. Grumbles

PART VIII SPECIALTY AREAS 63

Emergency and Disaster: Preparedness, Response, and Recovery 65
Chris Laszcz-Davis, Mary Massey, Alan Leibowitz, Daniel Hardt, Herman Woessner, Jim Jabara, Fabrice Lebourgeois, Vicki Villarreal, Ron R. McHaney, Peggy Otum, David Barnes, and Steven P. Pereira

Hazardous Wastes 125
Lisa Simkins Barnes and Meredith G. Durant

Industrial Hygiene Issues in Construction 139
Bruce Lippy, Gavin H. West, Matthew Gillen, Eileen Betit, Linda M. Goldenhar, Babak Memarian, Richard Rinehart, Grace Barlet, M.K. Fletcher, Sara Brooks, and Jean Christophe Le

Agriculture Hygiene 167
Kelley J. Donham and Matthew Nonnenmann

Health Care Industry: Contemporary Considerations 195
Robert J. Emery, Michael A. Charlton, Bruce J. Brown, and Scott J. Patlovich

Air Pollution 207
Paul G. Reinhart, Lori White, Jee Young Kim, Lindsay Wichers Stanek, Mary Ross, Barbara Buckley, and James A. Murray

Health and Safety Factors in Designing an Industrial Hygiene Laboratory 255
Robert G. Lieckfield

Fire Safety in the Workplace 279
Richard L. P. Custer and Pamela A. Powell

Advancing the Well-Being of Workers: An Introduction to Total Worker Health, Approaches 297
L. Casey Chosewood and Sara L. Tamers

Health and Safety Issues of New Energy Technologies 311
Brian Heramb

Cannabis 333
Robert N. Phalen

Indoor Air Quality in Nonindustrial Occupational Environments 357
John P. Springston, Elliott Horner, and Joseph Lstiburek

INDEX 415