Historical cohort study of US man-made vitreous fiber production workers: VIII. Exposure-specific job analysis.

@article{Quinn2001HistoricalCS,
  title={Historical cohort study of US man-made vitreous fiber production workers: VIII. Exposure-specific job analysis.},
  author={Margaret M. Quinn and Thomas James Smith and A O Youk and Gary M Marsh and Roslyn A. Stone and Jeanine M Buchanich and Mary Jean Gula},
  journal={Journal of occupational and environmental medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={43 9},
  pages={824-34}
}
UNLABELLED All jobs held by a cohort of US man-made vitreous fiber production workers were analyzed for airborne fiber exposure. This exposure-specific job analysis was part of an exposure assessment for an epidemiologic study of mortality patterns, with particular focus on respiratory cancer, among 35,145 workers employed in 10 fiberglass and five rock or slag wool plants. The exposure assessment was conducted from the start-up date of each plant (1917 to 1946) to 1990. For the job analysis… CONTINUE READING

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