3 edition of Computers in occupational health found in the catalog.
Computers in occupational health
|Statement||by Gordon Atherley, Paul Gallina, Irwin Rodin.|
|Series||Information / CCOHS/CCHST -- A83-8E|
|Contributions||Gallina, Paul L., Rodin, Irwin A., Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety., Medichem Congress (1983 : Calgary, Alta.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23, ii, 12 p. --|
|Number of Pages||23|
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In a set of guidelines on computer health and safety were formulated in the UK so that computer workers could spot possible risks linked to their computers.
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