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Interests and the shaping of an occupational health and safety controversy: the BAe 146 case

  title={Interests and the shaping of an occupational health and safety controversy: the BAe 146 case},
  author={N. Vakas},
vii Acknowledgements viii Chapter 1: Introduction 1 Chapter 2: Methodology: Developing an Interests Framework 7 Chapter 3: Industry’s Role in Constructing Health and Safety 38 Chapter 4: Jet Oil Hazards 66 Chapter 5: Aircraft Regulation: Rhetoric and Practice 97 Chapter 6: The Australian Senate Inquiry and the International Context 135 Chapter 7: Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and Aerotoxic Syndrome 175 Chapter 8: Conclusion 242 

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