DID CONTRACTOR EXPOSE TROOPS TO TOXIN?
- Europe toughens accidents directive. M.R. // Chemical Week;5/3/1995, Vol. 156 Issue 17, p16
Reports on the proposal made by the European Commission on the control of major accident hazards involving dangerous substances. Need to revise safety policies; Notification of relevant authorities before making significant changes in the number of dangerous substances on site.
- Comprehensive neurotoxicity assessment. Kulig, Beverly M. // Environmental Health Perspectives Supplements;Apr96 Supplement 2, Vol. 104, p317
Presents an overview of neurotoxicity assessment strategies. Recommendation from panels and committees for a tiered approach to neurotoxicity assessment; Tests for quantifying clinical signs of motor impairment; Assessment of effects on sensory function.
- New trichloroethylene labelling is on its way. // Product Finishing;May2002, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p14
Presents question and answer advisory concerning trichloroethylene classification imposed in the European Union countries. Accomplishment of trichloroethylene legislation on workplace safety; Requirement on occupational exposure levels; Substitution of trichloroethylene with chlorinated solvents.
- Cooper Responds. Cooper, Dominic // Professional Safety;Feb2004, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p60
Presents a response to a letter concerning risk assessment of hazardous substances.
- Army and Marine GS/DS Class I Storage and Distribution Center. Comas, Carlos E. // Army Logistician;Nov2007, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p40
The article focuses on the 24th Quartermaster Company and Marine Corps Combat Logistics Battalion I team-up at Al Asad, Iraq. The team-up was formed to create a joint distribution center at the region, composed of a forward distribution center multiclass section, a central receiving and shipping...
- Household Poisons. Kane, Ed // Cats Magazine;Oct99, Vol. 55 Issue 10, p40
Provides information on household poisons and ways on keeping cats safe. Common behavior of household cats; Types of household chemicals or substances that may injure or harm cats; What to do when cats accidentally ate toxic substances; List of hazardous household stuff.
- Animal behavioral methods in neurotoxicity assessment: SGOMSEC joint report. Kulig, Beverly; Alleva, Enrico // Environmental Health Perspectives Supplements;Apr96 Supplement 2, Vol. 104, p193
Examines the use of animal behavioral methods in neurotoxicity assessment. Rationale and background for including behavioral end points in neurotoxicity studies; Proposed strategies for identifying neurotoxic agents; Methods used in assessing the effects of chemicals on behavior; Advantages and...
- An approach to the development of quantitative models to assess the effects of exposure to... Ben-Jonathan; Cooper, Nira // Environmental Health Perspectives Supplements;Aug99 Supplement 4, Vol. 107, p605
Recommends several improvements on data and methods for risk assessment of environmental endocrine disruptors in adults. Identification of toxicity in estrogen, androgen and thyroid hormone systems; Significance of testicular function; Reduction of endocrine disruptors through homeostatic...
- Customer exposure to MTBE, TAME, C[sub 6] alkyl methyl ethers, and benzene during gasoline refueling. Vainiotalo, Sinikka; Peltonen, Yrjo; Ruonakangas, Anne; Pfaffli, Pirkko // Environmental Health Perspectives;Feb1999, Vol. 107 Issue 2, p133
Examines customer exposure to methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE), tert-amyl methyl ether (TAME), C[sub 6] alkyl methyl ethers and benzene during gasoline refueling in Helsinki, Finland. Comparison between MTBE and TAME concentration; Identification of MTBE and TAME as gasoline additives; Benzene...