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This book indexes a voluminous amount of material that no individual physician would prepare on his own. The authors have put their energies and computer to work in listing thousands of safety, health, and fire codes, standards, guides, and publications.
Under many chemicals and most conceivable hazards, they list sources of information at the US Department of Labor, the National Fire Protection Association, the American National Standards Institute, the American Petroleum Institute, National Safety Council, etc.
By quickly turning to this index, the reader will have an unbelievable store of information at his hands—in a short period.
For those dermatologists who work with government, labor unions, and industry, this book will be invaluable.
The format makes for easy retrieval of the pertinent information. The author and his colleagues are to be congratulated for sharing these computer readouts with us.
Maibach H. Occupational Safety, Health and Fire Index, vol 1. Arch Dermatol. 1976;112(11):1624. doi:10.1001/archderm.1976.01630350086034
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