Author: S. Cyril Blacktin
Publisher: Chapman & Hall, Ltd of London
Publication Date: 1934
- "The dust hazards in flour milling, bakeries, bronzing or bronze manufacture, building trades, asbestos industries, and basic slag industries are probably better known. Thus, the asbestosis of the asbestos industries is now attracting much study, its effects being roughly analogous to silicosis, though it exhibits definite characteristics such as the 'peculiar bodies,' and the most dangerous operations are spinning and weaving. Fibrosis and tuberculosis often result..."
- "A Home Office Report (501) on dust suppression methods in asbestos textile factories which indicates the advances made in exhaust ventilation, and includes agreements between employers and inspectors as to dust danger points"
Hard-to-find early book that documents the health dangers of asbestos.
Condition: Good. Covers have some wear. Ex-library book with card pocket, stickers, stamps, and usual marks. Otherwise, pages are in very good condition. No dustjacket.
Weight: 1lb 6oz
Dimensions: 5.75" x 8.75"