The Medical Review Officer's Manual: MROCC'S Guide to Drug Testing, MROCC'S Guide to Drug Testing, Fifth Edition
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The most up-to-date resource for workplace drug testing and the best possible preparation for the MRO Certification Exam.
Written by a Medical Review Officer with years of experience "in the trenches", this clearly organized and indexed manual has set the standard of performance for MROs. The Medical Review Officer's Manual is a guidebook for everyone responsible for providing workplace drug and alcohol testing services. It offers practical instruction in exactly how to provide services and is an indispensible resource for new Medical Review Officers (MROs), experienced MROs, physicians training to serve as MROs, occupational medicine physicians, occupational health nurses, forensic toxicologists, third-party administrators, and employer health and safety professionals.
Chemical Safety Handbook for the Semiconductor, Electronics, and Photovoltaic Industries, Fourth Edition
Covering 377 chemicals, including more than 30 new to this edition, this pocket-sized book offers a quick reference point for anyone working with chemicals in the electronics, semiconductor, and photovoltaics industries and reinforces safe behaviors long after the chemical safety class is over.
Compact, clear, and concise, THE CHEMICAL SAFETY HANDBOOK provides a simple solution to minimizing risks and protecting employees. Written for operators, supervisors, ERT members, technicians, engineers, and Haz-Mat team members in the semiconductor, electronics, and photovoltaics industries. Accessible instantly in e-book format for cleanrooms in which paper books are not allowed.
The DOT Medical Examination: A Guide to Commercial Drivers' Medical Certification, Fifth Edition
Practical and easy to use, this "go to" source for guidance on the medical qualification determination of a commercial driver continues to be a bestseller. Information has been assembled from a variety of sources, including the Federal Register, and distilled by the co-authors for practical use by the clinician conducting the exams.
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