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Main Title Vanadium Metallurgy in the Light of Industrial Hygiene and Issues of Prevention of Occupational Diseases and Poisoning (Metallurgiya Vanadiya v svete Gigieny Truda i Voprosy Profilaktiki Professionalnykh Zabolevanii i Intoksikatsii)
Author Roshchin., I. V. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Translation Services Section.
Year Published 1964
Report Number EPA-TR-73-373;
Stock Number PB-262 061-T
Additional Subjects Toxic diseases ; Vanadium ; Industrial hygiene ; Poisons ; Occupational diseases ; Metals ; USSR ; Translations ; Industrial medicine ; Aerosols ; Dust ; Recommendations ; Occupational safety and health ; Air pollution effects(Humans) ; Maximum permissible exposure level
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NTIS  PB-262 061-T Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
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Abstract
Results are presented, based on investigation of industrial hygiene conditions carried out by the author at vanadium production plants undergoing modernization of outdated technological processes and assimilating newer ones. The quantitative aerosol content of the atmosphere of the working areas, as well as physical properties and chemical composition of the dispersed aerosol phase, were studied. The incidence of occupational diseases and poisoning, the presence of which may be attributed to the effects of composite aerosols and of vanadium compounds, was determined by means of systematic examination of the health of the workers. Maximum permissible concentrations of iron oxide dust containing admixtures of associated metal oxides, as well as of vanadium slag and vanadium trioxide dust, are presented. Through analysis of working conditions and the state of health of the workers, certain measures for prevention of occupational disease and poisoning are recommended by the author.