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Some risk due to the contamination of workplace environments is an inevitable part of human lives. These risks can often be reduced by improving the control of environmental pollution in the workplace. An extremely important challenge for any industry is to develop a mechanism to identify acceptable levels of safety, or "acceptable risk" in the workplace for specific situations, and to assure adequate quality control over measured or calculated exposure concentrations and their possible contributions to adverse health effects.
Hazardous substances risk assessment; Hazardous substances safety measures; Industrial hygiene; Industrial safety; Work environment environmental aspects; Work environment safety measures
Environmental Health and Protection | Environmental Public Health | Environmental Sciences | Occupational Health and Industrial Hygiene | Work, Economy and Organizations
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