Using checklists and algorithms to improve qualitative exposure judgment accuracy.

@article{Arnold2016UsingCA,
  title={Using checklists and algorithms to improve qualitative exposure judgment accuracy.},
  author={Susan F Arnold and Mark R. Stenzel and Daniel Drolet and Gurumurthy Ramachandran},
  journal={Journal of occupational and environmental hygiene},
  year={2016},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={159-68}
}
Most exposure assessments are conducted without the aid of robust personal exposure data and are based instead on qualitative inputs such as education and experience, training, documentation on the process chemicals, tasks and equipment, and other information. Qualitative assessments determine whether there is any follow-up, and influence the type that… CONTINUE READING