CONTENTS — volume 14, suppl 1, 1988

Original article

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Proceedings of the fourth Finnish-US joint symposium on occupational safety and health with Swedish participation. Turku, 31 May-2 June 1988.
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Leading work-related diseases and injuries.
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Occupational health services in Finland--a national overview.
Physical demands in worklife.
Recent epidemiologic studies of occupational cancer in Finland.
Identification of cancer risks from chemical exposures--an epidemiologic program at the Swedish National Institute of Occupational Health.
The aging worker in a changing work environment.
Age-related differences in job characteristics and in their relation to job satisfaction.
Exposure to job stress--a new psychometric instrument.
Development of a model for use in estimating exposure to ethylene oxide in a retrospective cohort mortality study.
Development of an air sampling method based on the reactive properties of a contaminant.
Evaluation of exposures during the welding or flame-cutting of painted steel.
Reentry intervals after pesticide application in greenhouses.
Computers and video filming as aids in reducing exposure to air pollution.
Effect of engineering controls and work practices in reducing ethylene-oxide exposure during the sterilization of hospital supplies.
Comparison between two power-frequency electric-field dosimeters.
Exposure to low-frequency electromagnetic fields--a health hazard?
Exposure to man-made mineral fibers at ten production plants in Sweden.
Automated methods in cytogenetic surveillance.
Aromatic deoxyribonucleic acid adducts in white blood cells of foundry and coke oven workers.
Macromolecular adduct formation by 4,4'-methylene-bis(2-chloroaniline) in adult male rat.
Isomer-specific biological monitoring of polychlorinated biphenyls.
Direct sampling of organic solvents in expired breath with a new solid sorbent sampling device.
Identification and counting of fungal spores by scanning electron microscopy.
Natural and adaptive immune reactions to inhaled microorganisms in the lungs of farmers.
Quantitation of airborne endotoxin levels in various occupational environments.
Laboratory animal allergies. Use of the radioallergosorbent test inhibition assay to monitor airborne allergen levels.
Challenge test for sulfur dioxide--symptom and lung function measurements.
Identification of contact allergens in colophony.
Atlas of standardized low-back tests and measures of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
Maximum acceptable work loads for repetitive lifting tasks. An experimental evaluation of psychophysical criteria.
Physiological criteria for retirement age.
Fatal occupational injuries in the United States in 1980-1984. Results of the first national census of traumatic occupational fatalities.
Severe chemical accidents in Finland in 1978-1985.
Measurement methodology for the effects of accident prevention programs.
Computer-aided evaluation of the safety aspects of materials handling.
Safety of automated guided vehicles. A case study in a storage area.
Costs of accidents in the furniture industry--a Nordic study.
The computer as an aid in the analysis of ergonomic and safety features of maintenance. Description of two graphic applications.
Electromyographic studies of job rotation.
Sentinel event notification system for occupational risks.
Implementation of ergonomics at the workplace.
Prevention of occupational back disorders--an intervention study.
Farmers' occupational health program in Finland, 1979-1988. From research to practice.
Successful accident prevention. An intervention study in the Nordic countries.