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Industrial Hygiene Management



Industrial Hygiene Management

Jack T. Garrett, Lewis J. Cralley, Lester V. Cralley

ISBN: 978-0-471-85128-8 April 1988 416 Pages


Patty's Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology Volume 3A, 2nd Edition:Theory and Rationale of Industrial Hygiene Practice: The WorkEnvironment Edited by Lewis J. Cralley & Lester V. Cralley Thisaddition to Patty's classic reference series discusses themaintenance of standards to assure a safe and healthful workingenvironment. Twenty-one leading authorities cover a broad range oftopics, including: rationale; health promotion in the workplace;occupational health nursing; detecting disease produced byoccupational exposure; health surveillance programs in industry;and more. 1985 0 471-86137-5 822 pp. Patty's Industrial Hygiene andToxicology Volume 3B, 2nd Edition: Theory and Rationale ofIndustrial Hygiene Practice: Biological Responses Edited by LewisJ. Cralley & Lester V. Cralley Volume 3B discusses thebiological responses of the body to the various chemical andenvironmental hazards and stresses in the industrial workplace.Twenty-one leading authorities cover a broad range of topics,including: rationale; role of animal toxicology and pharmacokineticdata in the safety evaluation of chemicals; and more. 1985 0471-82333-3 753 pp. Industrial Hygiene Aspects of Plant OperationsVolume 1: Process Flows Editors: Lester V. Cralley & Lewis J.Cralley This reference is the first of a three-volume work thatconstitutes the most comprehensive treatise available on therecognition, measurement, and control of potential hazardsassociated with plant operations. Volume 1 fills an especiallyimportant and urgent need with its flow-sheet style of presentationdesigned to help readers graphically compare their own companyprocesses with those of other companies. 1986 0 471-62493-4 630 pp.Industrial Hygiene Aspects of Plant Operations Volume 2: UnitOperations and Product Fabrication Editors: Lester V. Cralley &Lewis J. Cralley In the first section, the contributors discussunit operations as distinct entities along an industry-wideconcept. In the second section, they cover the operations andprocedures for assembling parts and materials into final products.Each step in the unit operation and product fabrication flowincludes a discussion of specific health hazards with suggestionsfor their monitoring and control. 1986 0 471-62492-6 537 pp.Industrial Hygiene Aspects of Plant Operations Volume 3:Engineering Considerations in Equipment Selection, Layout, andBuilding Design Editors: Lester V. Cralley & Lewis J. CralleyStressing cost-effective design and sound engineering practicesthroughout, every chapter of this volume shows professionals how toestablish practical, long-term hazard control programs that willcontinue to meet high standards of industrial hygiene andconstantly changing government regulations. 1986 0 471-62491-8 785pp.
Ethics (G. Kortsha).

General Management Principles (M. Lichtenstein).

Management Style/System (J. Stelluto).

Line Organization (J. Sugg).

Organization of Industrial Hygiene (J. Henshaw).

Corporate Management of Industrial Hygiene Programs at ForeignLocations (N. Stout).

Right-to-know: Communicating Information about Chemical Hazards (J.Silk).

Managing Process Safety to Prevent Catastrophes (A. Burk).

Regulatory Compliance (E. Baier & J. Pendergrass).

Liability (R. Allan).

Industrial Hygiene Laboratory (A. Farrar & H. Hurley).

Data Management (D. Schoch et al.).

Program Evaluation and Audit (J. Lynch & J. Sanderson).

Professional Development (G. Devitt).

Administrative Education and Training (J. Stewart).

Consultants and Their Use (D. McFee & G. Crawford).

Professional Working Relationship with Non-occupational-healthProfessionals (M. Robbins).

Recruiting (H. Cohen).

Salaries and Grades (G. Anderson).

Budgeting (J. Holtshouser).