Australian workers’ dermal exposures to wet work and chemicals and the causes and characteristics of occupational skin disease: A summary of the findings and policy implications of three research reports

This report is a summary and comparison of the findings and implications for work health and safety policy of two research reports on dermal exposures to wet work and chemicals, and the aforementioned report on occupational contact dermatitis.

Related materials:

National Hazard Exposure Worker Surveillance: Exposure of hands and arms to wet work and the provision of wet work control measures in Australian workplaces

National Hazard Exposure Worker Surveillance: Chemical exposure and the provision of chemical exposure control measures in Australian workplaces

Occupational contact dermatitis: A review of 18 years of data from an occupational dermatology clinic in Australia

Publication Information

Topic: Hazard surveillance
Type: Research reports
Industry: General
Publication Date: 15/03/2012

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