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Document ID (ISN)61071
CIS number 93-1972
ISBN(s) 3-89429-257-1
Year 1992
Convention or series no. Tb 58
Author(s)
Bundesanstalt für Arbeitsschutz
Title Harmful substances - Clean air in the workplace - Proceedings of the European Community Conference on 2 July 1992 in Dresden
Original title Gefahrstoffe - Saubere Luft am Arbeitsplatz - Vorträge der EG-Tagung am 2. Juli 1992 in Dresden [in German]
Bibliographic information Wirtschaftsverlag NW, Postfach 10 11 10, Am Alten Hafen 113-115, 27511 Bremerhaven, Germany, 1992. 152p. Illus. Bibl.ref. Price: DEM 28.00.
Abstract Contents: requirements placed by the European Community on air quality monitoring at workplaces; the major air pollutants at workplaces in the new Länder (states) of Germany; what the chemical industry in the new states is doing against air pollution at the workplace; personal protection against exposure to asbestos fibres during building renovation; emissions by diesel engines used in potash mines and in public transportation in the new states; exposure to wood dusts in both the new and old states and reduction of wood dust emissions; extractive ventilation for the elimination of harmful substances from workplaces as practiced in the new states.
Descriptors (primary) protective clothing; woodworking industry; diesel engines; chemical industry; Germany (Federal Republic of); tetrachloroethane; vinyl chloride; carbon disulfide; zinc chromate; asbestos; harmful substances; soot; exhaust gases; exhaust ventilation; construction industry; public transport; potash mining; wood dust
Descriptors (secondary) carcinogens; mineral silicates; conference; organic dust; dust
Document type E - Books, reports, proceedings
Country / State or ProvinceGermany
Subject(s) Toxic and dangerous substances
Broad subject area(s) Chemical safety
Browse category(ies) Protective clothing
Ventilation
Inorganic substances
Lumber and the woodworking industry
Mining and quarrying
Asbestos
Woodworking industry
Construction industry and civil engineering
Halogenated hydrocarbons
Inorganic sulfur compounds
Chemical industry