Patty's Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology Volume 3A, 2nd Edition: Theory and Rationale of Industrial Hygiene Practice: The Work Environment Edited by Lewis J. Cralley & Lester V. Cralley This addition to Patty's classic reference series discusses the maintenance of standards to assure a safe and healthful working environment. Twenty-one leading authorities cover a broad range of topics, including: rationale; health promotion in the workplace; occupational health nursing; detecting disease produced by occupational exposure; health surveillance programs in industry; and more. 1985 0 471-86137-5 822 pp. Patty's Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology Volume 3B, 2nd Edition: Theory and Rationale of Industrial Hygiene Practice: Biological Responses Edited by Lewis J. Cralley & Lester V. Cralley Volume 3B discusses the biological responses of the body to the various chemical and environmental hazards and stresses in the industrial workplace. Twenty-one leading authorities cover a broad range of topics, including: rationale; role of animal toxicology and pharmacokinetic data in the safety evaluation of chemicals; and more. 1985 0 471-82333-3 753 pp.
Industrial Hygiene Aspects of Plant Operations Volume 1: Process Flows Editors: Lester V. Cralley & Lewis J. Cralley This reference is the first of a three-volume work that constitutes the most comprehensive treatise available on the recognition, measurement, and control of potential hazards associated with plant operations. Volume 1 fills an especially important and urgent need with its flow-sheet style of presentation designed to help readers graphically compare their own company processes with those of other companies. 1986 0 471-62493-4 630 pp. Industrial Hygiene Aspects of Plant Operations Volume 2: Unit Operations and Product Fabrication Editors: Lester V. Cralley & Lewis J. Cralley In the first section, the contributors discuss unit operations as distinct entities along an industry-wide concept. In the second section, they cover the operations and procedures for assembling parts and materials into final products. Each step in the unit operation and product fabrication flow includes a discussion of specific health hazards with suggestions for their monitoring and control. 1986 0 471-62492-6 537 pp.
Industrial Hygiene Aspects of Plant Operations Volume 3: Engineering Considerations in Equipment Selection, Layout, and Building Design Editors: Lester V. Cralley & Lewis J. Cralley Stressing cost-effective design and sound engineering practices throughout, every chapter of this volume shows professionals how to establish practical, long-term hazard control programs that will continue to meet high standards of industrial hygiene and constantly changing government regulations. 1986 0 471-62491-8 785 pp.
Ethics (G. Kortsha).
General Management Principles (M. Lichtenstein).
Management Style/System (J. Stelluto).
Line Organization (J. Sugg).
Organization of Industrial Hygiene (J. Henshaw).
Corporate Management of Industrial Hygiene Programs at Foreign Locations (N. Stout).
Right-to-know: Communicating Information about Chemical Hazards (J. Silk).
Managing Process Safety to Prevent Catastrophes (A. Burk).
Regulatory Compliance (E. Baier & J. Pendergrass).
Liability (R. Allan).
Industrial Hygiene Laboratory (A. Farrar & H. Hurley).
Data Management (D. Schoch et al.).
Program Evaluation and Audit (J. Lynch & J. Sanderson).
Professional Development (G. Devitt).
Administrative Education and Training (J. Stewart).
Consultants and Their Use (D. McFee & G. Crawford).
Professional Working Relationship with Non-occupational-health Professionals (M. Robbins).
Recruiting (H. Cohen).
Salaries and Grades (G. Anderson).
Budgeting (J. Holtshouser).