Forensic Engineering Analysis Of A Clean Room Failure
AbstractCredible Sources State Clearly That After Mitigating A Chemical Release No Detectable Levels Of An Acid Can Be Found. Before And After This Point Of Testing The Site As Clear And Safe, Several Workers Were Injured With Serious Breathing And Circulatory Problems. These Workers Were Sent To The Hospital. Since Several Chemical Tests Showed There Was No Levels Of The Chemical In Question, It Is Claimed That These Injuries Happened Off Site Outside Of Working Hours And There Was No Chemical Exposure.
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Haglid, Klas C. 2002. “Forensic Engineering Analysis Of A Clean Room Failure”. Journal of the National Academy of Forensic Engineers 19 (2). https://doi.org/10.51501/jotnafe.v19i2.602.
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