Forensic Engineering Analysis Of Workplace Exposure To Airborne Contaminants
Keywords:Indoor air quality
AbstractThis Forensic Engineering Analysis Of Workplace Exposure To Airborne Contaminants Presents Three Case Studies. The Common Element Is That Each Responds To The Generalized Complaint That A Contaminant Is Presumed Present And Therefore Presumed To Cause Harm. The First Discusses Conditions That An Auto Mechanic Was Exposed To While Replacing Asbestos Containing Brake Linings. The Second Responds To Diagnosed Disease Resulting From Exposure To Bioaerosols. The Final Case Regards Landlord Concerns That Airborne Contaminants From A Printing Operation May Contaminate The Property. The Technical Basis For Responding To These Complaints Is Presented.
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