The March issue of the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene (JOEH) features these and other articles:

  • Modeling Flight Attendants’ Exposure to Secondhand Smoke in Commercial Aircraft: Historical Trends from 1955 to 1989
  • Working in Hot Conditions – A Study of Electrical Utility Workers in the Northern Territory of Australia
  • Detection of Airborne Carbon Nanotubes Based on the Reactivity of the Embedded Catalyst
  • Comparing Written Programs and Self-reported Respiratory Protection Practices in Acute Care Hospitals
  • A Comparison of the Closed-face Cassette at Different Orientations While Measuring Total Particles
  • The Relationship between Elemental Carbon and Diesel Particulate Matter in Underground Metal/Nonmetal Mines in the United States and Coal Mines in Australia
AIHA members can access the full texts of JOEH articles through the AIHA Member Center, as well as the full-text archives of AIHA journals from 1940 to 2003. Full-text archives of Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene from 1986 to 2003 are also available.

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