An Australian study to evaluate worker exposure to chrysotile in the automotive service industry.

@article{Yeung1999AnAS,
  title={An Australian study to evaluate worker exposure to chrysotile in the automotive service industry.},
  author={Paul Yeung and Kevin Patience and L. Apthorpe and David Willcocks},
  journal={Applied occupational and environmental hygiene},
  year={1999},
  volume={14 7},
  pages={
          448-57
        }
}
A study was conducted in Sydney, Australia, in 1996 to investigate the current exposure levels, control technologies, and work practices in five service garages (four car and one bus), three brake bonding workshops, and one gasket processing workshop. This study formed part of the assessment of chrysotile as a priority existing chemical under the Australian National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme. A total of 68 (11 personal and 57 area) air samples were collected, in… CONTINUE READING

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