Chemical Hazards in Industry is a literature updating service providing information on safety and health hazards surrounding chemicals encountered in chemical and related industries, including topics such as health and safety, chemical and biological hazards, plant safety, legislation, protective equipment and storage. Covering a wide range of primary literature sources, including key scientific and trade journals, Chemical Hazards in Industry includes details of relevant literature presented as searchable records.

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Measurements and health impacts of carbon black and BTEXs in photocopy centers.


P. Senthong and S. Wittayasilp

Do women and men have the same patterns of multiple occupational carcinogenic exposures? Results from a cohort of cancer patients.


M. Bertin, A. Thebaud-Mony and E. Counil

Asbestos standards: Impact of currently uncounted chrysotile asbestos fibers on lifetime lung cancer risk.


D. B. Richardson, A. P. Keil, S. R. Cole and J. Dement

Influence of quartz exposure on lung cancer types in cases of lymph node–only silicosis and lung silicosis in German uranium miners.


S. Mielke, D. Taeger, K. Weitmann, T. Bruning and W. Hoffmann

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