Laboratory Hazards Bulletin is a literature updating service providing information on safety measures, potential hazards and new legislation affecting laboratory workers in all fields, including R&D, analytical and hospital laboratories. Covering a wide range of primary literature sources, including key scientific and trade journals, Laboratory Hazards Bulletin includes details of relevant literature presented as searchable records.

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Aromatic hydrocarbons and risk of skin cancer by anatomical site in 25 000 male offshore petroleum workers.

J. S. Stenehjem, T. E. Robsahm, M. Bratveit, S. O. Samuelsen, J. Kirkeleit and T. K. Grimsrud

A Bayesian approach for summarizing and modeling time-series exposure data with left censoring.

E. A. Houseman and M. A. Virji

Workplace measurements of ultrafine particles—A literature review.

A.-K. Viitanen, S. Uuksulainen, A. J. Koivisto, K. Hameri and T. Kauppinen

Capture and coding of industry and occupation measures: Findings from eight National Program of Cancer Registries states.

M. B. Freeman, L. A. Pollack, J. R. Rees, C. J. Johnson, R. K. Rycroft, D. L. Rousseau and M. C. Hsieh

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