Carbon monoxide exposure from aircraft fueling vehicles.


Investigators from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health observed deficiencies in maintenance of fueling trucks at an international airport. The exhaust system is vented under the front bumper, a standard design on fueling trucks which is intended to minimize the proximity of the exhaust system to the jet fuel in the vehicles. Carbon… (More)


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@article{McCammon1981CarbonME, title={Carbon monoxide exposure from aircraft fueling vehicles.}, author={Craig McCammon and William Halperin and Richard A. Lemen}, journal={Archives of environmental health}, year={1981}, volume={36 3}, pages={136-8} }