Balancing cost and precision in exposure assessment studies.

Abstract

Because of the cost involved both for personnel and laboratory analyses, it is incumbent that industrial hygiene (IH) sampling plans be both precise and cost effective. The purpose of this paper is to describe a method of balancing two opposing objectives, increasing precision and decreasing the cost by manipulating the number and nature of IH sample… (More)

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