Exposure Estimation and Interpretation of Occupational Risk: Enhanced Information for the Occupational Risk Manager

@inproceedings{Waters2015ExposureEA,
  title={Exposure Estimation and Interpretation of Occupational Risk: Enhanced Information for the Occupational Risk Manager},
  author={Martha Waters and Lauralynn Taylor McKernan and Andrew Maier and Michael A Jayjock and Val Schaeffer and Lisa M. Brosseau},
  booktitle={Journal of occupational and environmental hygiene},
  year={2015}
}
The fundamental goal of this article is to describe, define, and analyze the components of the risk characterization process for occupational exposures. Current methods are described for the probabilistic characterization of exposure, including newer techniques that have increasing applications for assessing data from occupational exposure scenarios. In addition, since the probability of health effects reflects variability in the exposure estimate as well as the dose-response curve-the… CONTINUE READING

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