PART I INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE.
1 Industrial Hygiene: Retrospect and Prospect—Hippocrates to Nanotechnology (John A. Pendergrass, PE, CIH (Retired), CSP).
2 Rationale for Industrial Hygiene Practice (Robert L. Harris, Ph.D., CIH (Retired); Lewis J. Cralley, Ph.D., CIH (Deceased); Lester V. Cralley, Ph.D., CIH (Deceased); and Vernon E. Rose, DrPH., CIH, CSP, PE).
PART II CHEMICAL AGENTS.
3 The Mode of Absorption, Distribution, and Elimination of Toxic Materials (Franklin E. Mirer, Ph.D., CIH).
4 Occupational Epidemiology: Some Guideposts (John F. Gamble, Ph.D., MA, MSPH).
5 Atypical Human Response to Low-Level Environmental Contaminants: The Problem of Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (Mark R. Cullen, MD).
6 Basic Aerosol Science (Parker C. Reist, ScD, PE).
7 Pulmonary Effects of Inhaled Mineral Dusts (David Fishwick, MD).
8 Assessment of Exposure to Respirable Dusts (Ronald S. Ratey, Ph.D., CIH (Retired)).
9 Man-Made Mineral Fibers (Jaswant Singh, Ph.D., CIH and Andreas Wagner, CIH).
10 Engineered Nanomaterials (Thomas M. Peters, Ph.D. and Vicki H. Grassian, Ph.D.).
11 Sampling and Analysis of Gases and Vapors (Martin Harper, Ph.D., CIH, CChem, MRSC).
12 Analytical Methods (Robert G. Lieckfield, Jr., CIH).
13 Biological Monitoring of Exposure to Industrial Chemicals (Michèle Berode, Ph.D.; Pierre-Olivier Droz, Ph.D. (Deceased); and Michel P. Guillemin, Ph.D.).
14 Odors: Measurement and Control (Amos Turk, Ph.D.; Angela Merlo, MD, Ph.D.; and Samuel Cha, MS).