Their questions are usually phrased in three ways (click below to view):
- Which books do I really need?
- Which books should I have?
- Which are the best books on a particular topic?
Sometimes, I hear all three questions from the same people, as their need for information grows and changes over time.
The three lists of books here are my answers to each of those questions. These lists are based on my own experience and on the collective wisdom of my colleagues, our authors and editorial board members, and, most importantly, our customers.
I hope the lists that comprise the OEM PROFESSIONAL LIBRARY will help you build your own library of occupational and environmental health and safety... book by book.
Curtis R. Vouwie
President and Publisher,
OEM Health Information, Inc.
Proctor & Hughes' Chemical Hazards of the Workplace, Fifth Edition
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Provides toxicology data on chemicals that may be encountered in various work settings. Written for health professionals, introductory chapters cover toxicological concepts, clinical manifestations of exposure, the diagnosis of occupational disease, and industrial hygiene aspects of chemical exposures. The book moves on to cover more than 625 alphabetically arranged entries on individual compounds. This new edition includes updates and revisions of more than 600 entries and adds monographs on new compounds.
Publication Date 2004 Format Hardcover, 785 pages Product Code 28053