UAW industrial hygienist's work lands him in hall of fame

Fletcher, Meg
October 1999
Automotive News;10/25/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5845, p32B
Trade Publication
Reports on the induction of Franklin Mirer, an industrial hygienist for the United Auto Workers (UAW) to the National Safety Council's Safety and Health Hall of Fame. Recognition of Mirer's efforts to improve on-the-job health and safety; Mirer's research into the risks of workplace exposure to metalworking fluids in the automobile industry.


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