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Worker lead poisoning during renovation of a historic hotel reveals limitations of the OSHA lead in construction standard.

Zhu J, Franko E, Pavelchak N, DePersis R.

J Occup Environ Hyg. 2012;9(9):D167-71. doi: 10.1080/15459624.2012.700273. No abstract available.

PMID:
22827805
2.

Evaluation of elevated blood lead in a commercial painter.

Jarrett C.

Appl Occup Environ Hyg. 2003 Nov;18(11):808-11. No abstract available.

PMID:
14555430
3.

Lead exposure in a tank demolition crew: implications for the new OSHA construction lead standard.

Waller K, Osorio AM, Jones J.

Am J Ind Med. 1994 Nov;26(5):693-702.

PMID:
7832216
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Lead poisoning.

Rekus JF.

Occup Health Saf. 1992 Aug;61(8):14-9, 26.

PMID:
1513529
6.

A blueprint for lead hazards.

Rekus JF.

Occup Health Saf. 1994 Jan;63(1):24-9, 37.

PMID:
9156424
7.

Health hazards by lead exposure: evaluation using ASV and XRF.

Herman DS, Geraldine M, Scott CC, Venkatesh T.

Toxicol Ind Health. 2006 Jul;22(6):249-54.

PMID:
16924956
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Lead exposure in the construction industry: results from the California Occupational Lead Registry, 1987 through 1989.

Waller K, Osorio AM, Maizlish N, Royce S.

Am J Public Health. 1992 Dec;82(12):1669-71.

9.

Air and blood occupational exposure limits for lead and representing results.

Lange JH.

Singapore Med J. 2004 Aug;45(8):404; author reply 405. No abstract available.

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Trends in occupational lead exposure since the 1978 OSHA lead standard.

Okun A, Cooper G, Bailer AJ, Bena J, Stayner L.

Am J Ind Med. 2004 Jun;45(6):558-72.

PMID:
15164400
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Worker exposure to 1,3,5-triglycidyl isocyanurate (TGIC) in powder paint coating operations.

Allmaras S.

Appl Occup Environ Hyg. 2003 Mar;18(3):151-3. No abstract available.

PMID:
12573957
12.

Survey of current lead use, handling, hygiene, and contaminant controls among New Jersey industries.

Blando JD, Lefkowitz DK, Valiante D, Gerwel B, Bresnitz E.

J Occup Environ Hyg. 2007 Aug;4(8):539-46.

PMID:
17558800
13.

Prevalence of elevated blood leads and exposure to lead in construction trades in Iowa and Illinois.

Reynolds SJ, Seem R, Fourtes LJ, Sprince NL, Johnson J, Walkner L, Clarke W, Whitten P.

Am J Ind Med. 1999 Aug;36(2):307-16.

PMID:
10398939
14.

Controlling silica exposures.

Breeding DC.

Occup Health Saf. 1998 Oct;67(10):178-81. No abstract available.

PMID:
9772761
15.

Lead exposure in outdoor firearm instructors.

Tripathi RK, Sherertz PC, Llewellyn GC, Armstrong CW.

Am J Public Health. 1991 Jun;81(6):753-5.

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A task-based approach to assessing lead exposure among iron workers engaged in bridge rehabilitation.

Goldberg M, Levin SM, Doucette JT, Griffin G.

Am J Ind Med. 1997 Mar;31(3):310-8.

PMID:
9055954
17.

Definition of occupational lead toxicity in Greece.

Mazokopakis EE, Constantinidis TC.

Environ Health Perspect. 2007 Oct;115(10):A486. No abstract available.

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Exposure determination and respirator selection under the OSHA Hexavalent Chromium Standards.

Puncochar P.

Occup Health Saf. 2006 Oct;75(10):134-9. No abstract available.

PMID:
17059065
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Occupational health and child lead poisoning: mutual interests and special problems.

King BG, Schaplowsky AF, McCabe EB.

Am J Public Health. 1972 Aug;62(8):1056-9. No abstract available.

20.

OSHA to develop second lead-exposure standard.

Bleckman J.

Health Facil Manage. 1992 Mar;5(3):40-1. No abstract available.

PMID:
10117510
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