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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Sample articles

Occupational exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: A cross-sectional study in bars and restaurants in Santiago, Chile.

C. Munoz, A. Droppelmann, M. Erazo, P. Aceituno, C. Orellana, J. Parro, S. Mesias, N. Marchetti, A. Navas-Acien and V. Iglesias

Mortality study of employees at a chemical manufacturing plant using administrative databases.

A. Bena, E. Farina, M. Demaria and E. Cadum

Process evaluation of two participatory approaches: Implementing total worker health® interventions in a correctional workforce.

A. G. Dugan, D. A. Farr, S. Namazi, R. A. Henning, K. N. Wallace, M. El Ghaziri, L. Punnett, J. L. Dussetschleger and M. G. Cherniack

A systematic review of reported exposure to engineered nanomaterials.

M. Debia, B. Bakhiyi, C. Ostiguy, J. H. Verbeek, D. H. Brouwer and V. Murashov

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