A training exercise in subjectively estimating inhalation exposures.

@article{Semple2001ATE,
  title={A training exercise in subjectively estimating inhalation exposures.},
  author={Sean E Semple and Louise A Proud and S N Tannahill and Mary Tindall and John W. Cherrie},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health},
  year={2001},
  volume={27 6},
  pages={395-401}
}
OBJECTIVES This study examined whether it is possible to train occupational hygienists to estimate inhalation exposures reliably from limited occupational information using a new method and assessed improvements in the quality of the estimate using the aggregate from multiple assessors. METHODS Five occupational hygienists estimated inhalation exposure for 40 tasks covering a range of chemical hazards using a recently developed subjective modeling technique supplemented by detailed guidance… CONTINUE READING

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