chemical exposure in rubber manufacturing in Gambia
chemical exposure in rubber manufacturing in Gambia
chemical exposure in rubber manufacturing in Gambia
chemical exposure in rubber manufacturing in Gambia
chemical exposure in rubber manufacturing in Gambia
the rubber manufacturing industry: a case report and review of cutaneous exposure and sequelae | journal of occupational medicine and toxicology

The rubber manufacturing industry: a case report and review of cutaneous exposure and sequelae | Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology

Exposure to chemical carcinogens in rubber manufacturing remains a serious occupational health concern. Workers are exposed to these carcinogens via skin or inhalation. Rubber manufacturing work is associated with a high prevalence of dermatologic diseases such as eczema, allergic contact dermatitis and atopic dermatitis.

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occupational exposures in the rubber-manufacturing industry - world health organization

OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURES IN THE RUBBER-MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY - World Health Organization

1. Exposure Data In the context of this Monograph, the rubber industry is restricted to the rubber-manufac-turing industry, including the production of tyres and general rubber goods and the process of re-treading. The production of synthetic poly-mers in chemical plants is not discussed. 1.1 Manufacturing process

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genotoxic risk in rubber manufacturing industry: a systematic review

Genotoxic risk in rubber manufacturing industry: A systematic review

Exposure assessment studies have shown that workers in the rubber manufacturing industry have been or are potentially exposed to different airborne carcinogenic and/or genotoxic chemicals, such as aromatic amines, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, N-nitrosamines.

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database of exposures in the rubber manufacturing industry: design and quality control | annals of work exposures and health - oxford academic

Database of Exposures in the Rubber Manufacturing Industry: Design and Quality Control | Annals of Work Exposures and Health - Oxford Academic

A Database of Exposures in the Rubber Manufacturing Industry: Design and Quality Control FRANK DE VOCHT , KURT STRAIF , N. SZESZENIA-DABROWSKA , LARS HAGMAR , TOM SORAHAN , IGOR BURSTYN , ROEL VERMEULEN , HANS KROMHOUT The Annals of Occupational Hygiene, Volume 49, Issue 8, November 2005, Pages 691¨C701, https://doi.org/10.1093/annhyg/mei035

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genotoxic risk in rubber manufacturing industry: a systematic review

Genotoxic risk in rubber manufacturing industry: A systematic review

The International Agency for Research on Cancer has recently classified the ¡°Occupational exposures in the rubber-manufacturing industry¡± as carcinogenic to humans (Group 1). A genotoxic mechanism for the increased cancer risk was suggested on the basis of the evidence from the scientific literature.

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meta-analysis of occupational exposures in the rubber manufacturing industry and risk of cancer | international journal of epidemiology | oxford

Meta-analysis of occupational exposures in the rubber manufacturing industry and risk of cancer | International Journal of Epidemiology | Oxford

Occupational exposures in the rubber manufacturing industry showed an increased risk of cancer and have been classified as a group 1 carcinogen, largely from studies on workers employed before 1950s. Cancer sites considered as causally associated are bladder, lung and stomach, and leukaemia.

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[pdf] a database of exposures in the rubber manufacturing industry: design and quality control.

[PDF] A database of exposures in the rubber manufacturing industry: design and quality control.

A concerted action to create a database management system for information on occupational hygiene measurements that could be used to develop exposure models in the European rubber manufacturing industry showed that coding of epidemiologically relevant information in such a multi-centre, multi-country study was coded consistently. View on PubMed

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cancer risk in the rubber industry: a review of the recent epidemiological evidence - pmc - national center for biotechnology information

Cancer risk in the rubber industry: a review of the recent epidemiological evidence - PMC - National Center for Biotechnology Information

Abstract. OBJECTIVES: To examine the recent epidemiological evidence on cancer risk among workers in the rubber industry. METHODS: Epidemiological studies published after the last detailed review by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in 1982 were reviewed. 12 cohort studies in nine countries that examined distinct

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occupational epidemiology in the rubber industry: implications of exposure variability.

Occupational epidemiology in the rubber industry: implications of exposure variability.

Application of optimal exposure grouping strategies will benefit new research on cancer among rubber workers and eventually this might resolve the situation in which a complete industry was included on the list of proven human carcinogens. Expand View on PubMed doi.org Save to Library Create Alert Cite 117 Citations Citation Type More Filters

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rubber products manufacturing industry (93-106) | niosh | cdc

Rubber Products Manufacturing Industry (93-106) | NIOSH | CDC

Background Potential for Worker Exposure Rubber products such as automobile tires, automotive and appliance moldings, rubber bands, rubber gloves, and prophylactics are an important part of modern life.

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