Occupational Health in Aviation. Maintenance and Support Personnel


Occupational Health in Aviation. Maintenance and Support Personnel By Joseph Ribak, M.D., Russell B. Rayman, M.D., and Paul Froom, M.D. (Eds.)
1995 | 235 Pages | ISBN: 0125835604 | PDF | 6 MB
Content: Contributors, Page xviiForeword, Page xix, Stanley R. MohlerPreface, Pages xxi-xxiiChapter 1 – Introduction, Pages 1-4, Joseph RibakChapter 2 – Principles of Occupational Medicine, Pages 5-17, Joseph Ribak, Paul FroomChapter 3 – Overview of Occupational Hygiene, Pages 19-44, Asher PardoChapter 4 – Clinical Toxicology, Pages 45-50, Paul FroomChapter 5 – Stress in Ground Support Personnel, Pages 51-72, Talma KushnirChapter 6 – Walk-Through Survey, Pages 73-115, Asher PardoChapter 7 – The Electromagnetic Spectrum and Chemical Hazards, Pages 117-165, Russell B. RaymanChapter 8 – Biological Hazards, Pages 167-171, Joseph RibakChapter 9 – Ergonomic Risk Factors for Ground Personnel, Pages 173-177, Joseph RibakChapter 10 – Special Aviation Environments, Pages 179-188, Joseph Ribak, Benjamin Malenky, Ralph ShainChapter 11 – Common Occupational Health Problems in Airline Workers, Pages 189-200, Paul Froom, Betty ClineChapter 12 – Ground Accidents, Pages 201-205, Joseph Ribak, Betty ClineChapter 13 – Components and Management of an Occupational Health Program, Pages 207-225, Ralph ShainIndex, Pages 227-238

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