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The avoidable future burden of copd due to occupational respirable crystalline silica exposure in the EU

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Anjoeka Pronk, TNO, Emma Tan, HSE

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TNO

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Publication from Perosh joint research project: Health impact assessment for occupational respiratory diseases

Authors:

  1. Emma Tan1,
  2. David Fishwick1,
  3. Anjoeka Pronk2,
  4. Claudia Drossard3,
  5. Andreas Lüdeke3,
  6. Frank Bochmann4,
  7. Vivi Schlünssen5,
  8. Jitka Hansen5,
  9. Torben Sigsgaard5,
  10. Ragnhild Østrem6,
  11. Wijnand Eduard6,
  12. Merete Bugge6,
  13. Nick Warren1

1Health and Safety Laboratory, Buxton, UK
2TNO, Zeist, Netherlands
3Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA), Dortmund, Germany
6National Institute of Occupational Health (STAMI), Oslo, Norway
4Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (IFA), Sankt Augustin, Germany
5The National Research Centre for the Working Environment (NRCWE), Copenhagen, Norway

The avoidable future burden of copd due to occupational respirable crystalline silica exposure in the EU

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